La Liga Betting Tips

Mallorca vs Granada betting tips: La Liga preview, predictions and odds

Granada are unbeaten in five meetings with Mallorca, winning each of the last three. 

Under 2.5 goals is 8/11.

Vedat Muriqi is 5/1 to break the deadlock and 7/4 to score anytime. 

Match preview

A huge relegation six-pointer between two teams very much fighting for their La Liga lives.

RCD Mallorca are one point above their visitors and this is enough to keep them above that dreaded dotted line, for now at least.

Los Bermellones put up a good fight but were beaten 2-1 by Barcelona last Sunday night; Antonio Raíllo unable to spark a late comeback.

So, Javier Aguirre has lost all three away matches since taking over at Mallorca but, crucially, has won both at home.

Those recent victories over Atlético Madrid and Alavés in Palma leave los Piratas 16th but, as mentioned, just one point clear of danger.

Granada meanwhile have now had two games under Aitor Karanka and these have both yielded draws.

Last weekend, Darwin Machís' stoppage time equaliser snatched a point against Celta de Vigo at Nuevo Estadio de Los Cármenes.

A week earlier, Karanka's first-ever La Liga game as a manager had saw el Graná draw 0-0 with Atlético at the Wanda Metropolitano.

However, having only won one of 16 league games in 2022, Nazaríes remain in the relegation zone, but still with time to save themselves.

Will either claim three invaluable points at Son Moix?

Mallorca team news

Vedat Muriqi, who's scored four goals since arriving on loan from Lazio, missed last weekend's trip to Barcelona suspended.

Thus, the Kosovar striker will return to lead the line here, supported by Dani Rodríguez and Ángel.

Takefusa Kubo has struggled for minutes since Javier Aguirre's appointment as Head Coach.

Granada team news

Granada are short of defenders with Neyder Lozano, Raúl Torrente and Carlos Neva all injured.

So, 21 year old Sergio Barcia, who captains the B team, could continue alongside senior skipper Germán Sánchez.

Luis Suárez could continue up front, chosen over Carlos Bacca and Jorge Molina.

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