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La Liga Bets: Take Under in Mallorca vs Osasuna

After a stunning year that saw them finish seventh in the table and reach the Copa del Rey Final, Osasuna will be looking to close out 2023 with a victory in Mallorca. There’s more than enough reason to include this one in your Spanish La Liga predictions, and we’re backing this match to be a fairly low-scoring fixture.


La Liga Bets: Take Under in Mallorca vs Osasuna
Real Mallorca's Kosovar forward #07 Vedat Muriqi (R) fights for the ball with Barcelona's Spanish defender #05 Inigo Martinez/JAIME REINA / AFP

Mallorca vs Osasuna Game Information

After edging Rayo Vallecano 1-0 at the weekend via a 95th-minute goal from Raul Garcia, Osasuna (5-4-8) sit 12th in the table, four points above 16th-placed Mallorca (2-9-6) and six above the relegation zone. They’ll be looking to pick up their sixth win of the campaign as they travel to the Balearic Islands and face off against Mallorca at the Iberostar Stadium. The game airs on Thursday at 3:30 PM ET, and it will be broadcast on ESPN+.


Mallorca vs Osasuna Odds and Spreads


  • Osasuna have not won on the road since October 1, when they beat 10-man Alaves 2-0.
  • Osasuna’s recent win against Rayo was their first clean sheet and their first victory since October 20, when they beat Granada 2-0.
  • Mallorca have failed to score in eight league matches this season, including three of their last five.
  • Mallorca have scored 14 goals this season, level with Alaves and Cadiz as the worst attack in La Liga.
  • Osasuna is averaging 3.5 shots on target this season – only Mallorca (3.4), Las Palmas (3.4), Valencia (3.3) and Cadiz (3.1) are averaging fewer.
  • Mallorca have not lost at home since falling to a 5-3 defeat to Girona on September 23.
  • With 20 goals conceded, Mallorca have the best defense in the bottom half of the table.
  • Osasuna are averaging 14.2 fouls per game – only Mallorca (15.9), Rayo (16.1), Cadiz (16.1), Real Sociedad (16.8) and Getafe (16.8) are registering more in La Liga.


Over/Under Pick: Under 2 goals (+105)

If you’re planning to bet on La Liga soccer this week, look no further than a low-scoring battle between Mallorca vs Osasuna. Mallorca’s recent 0-0 draw at last-place Almeria on Sunday was their fourth goalless draw of the season, as well as their ninth straight fixture to feature under 2.5 goals. With 14 goals scored and 20 conceded, they have witnessed a total of 34 goals – only Las Palmas (29) has seen fewer. As for Osasuna, each of their last three matches have featured under 2.5 goals.


Game Prop Pick: Mallorca Draw No Bet

There’s not too much that separates these two sides, but one thing’s for sure: Mallorca are struggling to convert draws into wins. They have drawn nine matches so far, level with Real Betis for the most in La Liga. However, their home form may very well keep them up, with their last home defeat coming on Sept. 23. Osasuna, meanwhile, have not won away from home since Oct. 1. Mallorca may very well have what it takes to win a second straight home match, but just to be safe, we’re going for Mallorca Draw No Bet in our La Liga betting lines.


Player Prop Pick: Larin to Get Shot on Goal (-251)

With top scorer Vedat Muriqi likely to miss a seventh straight match, all eyes will be on Mallorca’s Cyle Larin to step up and provide the goals. Having joined Real Valladolid in January 2023, he scored eight goals but was unable to save them from relegation. The Canadian made the move to Mallorca, and after scoring his first La Liga goal for them in a 1-0 win against Sevilla, he once again proved a nuisance for Almeria with six shots – 1 on target – before coming off in the 75th minute. I’m expecting him to register a shot on target for the fourth straight match.


Mallorca vs Osasuna Prediction

Mallorca 1, Osasuna 0



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