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Getafe vs Villarreal betting tips: La Liga preview, predictions and odds

Villarreal have won their last five matches against Getafe, winning 3-1 the last two occasions they visited Coliseum Alfonso Pérez. Villarreal's record this season directly after a Champions League game this season is mixed: four wins, two draws and three defeats.

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Villarreal to win is 6/4.

Villarreal to win and both teams to score NO is 3/1.

Arnaut Danjuma is 9/2 to break the deadlock and 13/8 to add to his 14 goals so far this season anytime.

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Match preview

Another famous night for Villarreal in the Champions League; how far will this adventure take them?

On Tuesday night, el Submarino Amarillo travelled to Germany to face Bayern Munich, 1-0 up from the first leg in Spain.

Despite this slender advantage, Villarreal were still massive underdogs to advance, especially when Robert Lewandowski broke the deadlock just after half time.

But, Unai Emery's men remained resolute and limited the soon to be ten-in-a-row Bundesliga champions to very few clear-cut opportunities.

Then, in the final minute of normal time, came the big moment.

Giovani Lo Celso played in Gerard Moreno down the left, he crossed to substitute Samu Chukwueze who hit the ball into the ground and over Manuel Neuer.

1-1 it finished, 2-1 on aggregate, so Villarreal, who'd already knocked out Atalanta and Juventus, can add Bayern Munich to their list of scalps.

Thus, the Europa League winners are into their first Champions League semi-final for 16 years, where they'll face Liverpool later this month.

Back in La Liga, el Submarino Amarillo have work to do if they're to get into Europe next season, assuming they don't win the Champions League of course.

Last weekend, Emery made 11 changes to his starting XI but they battled to a 1-1 draw with Athletic Club, thanks to Alfonso Pedraza's equaliser.

However, they remain seventh in the table, eight points below the guaranteed European places and 11 points off the top four spots.

Will Villarreal start to show their European form in La Liga?

Getafe meanwhile are just looking for an extra couple of points to ensure their survival.

Quique Sánchez Flores' side lost 2-0 at the Bernabéu to Real Madrid last Saturday night, but that is just their fourth defeat since losing at Villarreal on 7 November.

This leaves Azulones 14th, four points clear of danger, needing another win or two to secure safety.

Who will win at Estadio Coliseum Alfonso Pérez?

Getafe team news

Enes Ünal remains the home side's danger man having scored 14 goals this season, all since 27 October.

The Turkish international and Borja Mayoral could continue to lead the line, chosen over Sandro and Jaime Mata.

Mauro Arambarri will return to midfield after being suspended last weekend, alongside Nemanja Maksimović and Carles Aleñá.

Villarreal team news

Unai Emery, as mentioned, made 11 changes for last weekend's draw with Athletic Club, but the big guns will surely feature here.

Pervis Estupiñán will continue to deputise at left-back with Alberto Moreno out injured.

Samu Chukwueze crucial goal off the bench on Tuesday could earn him a start.

Although, top-scorer Arnaut Danjuma and Gerard Moreno are the usual strike partnership, meaning Chukwueze is going for a place out-wide.

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