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La Liga returns from its usual winter break with a match between Atletico Madrid and Rayo Vallecano that might result in a spot in the Champions League. Atletico Madrid, the reigning champions have lost four consecutive La Liga games, their worst losing streak under Diego Simeone, There’s also a unwelcomed bit of history at stake. Simeone would tie Ricardo Zamora as the Atletico coach with the most consecutive defeats in La Liga history. If [Spanish 00:01:11] lose their fifth game, this match will definitely keep us on the edge of our seats.

Gordon Flash Watson:

Welcome to BetUS. I’m Flash and it’s La Liga and it’s match day 19. Now we’re America’s favorite sportsbook, so why not give us a subscription? Subscribe, press the button, ring the bell. Ring the bell means that we’ll notify you and you’ll never miss any content again. With the holiday season right in the middle of it, we are at the moment. So there’ll be different shows on different days on different times, but not with different people. We will be here waiting for you, so make sure you ring that bell so that we can all meet at the right place, at the right time. Now I’m going to rush through this show because there’s so much information to give you and I do not want you to miss it. And also, we have a +215, +215 parlay at the end of the show as well.

Gordon Flash Watson:

My guests are obviously Pavlos who goes through all of the stats, all of the numbers and is starting to come up with winners. The other side of the fence is our legal low downs Roman. Now Roman is absolutely sizzling. As I’ve always said, he’s the one that does the winning bets. His teammate Paco comes in and spends all the money like a Christmas. That’s why he’s been banished. So he’s on the naughty step. Before I get to speak to the lads, I was going to say the children. Before I speak to the lads, I want have a little quick look at the records because one of our… one of the team of three was absolutely flying in the last two weeks with bankers coming in… oh, look at that Flash man, +6.72, La Liga Lowdown, really that’s just Roman, at 5.3. Pavlos was at -7 or… -8 and he’s now at -3, which means that the La Liga Show is now double digits in profit. And remember, we’ve got another parlay, we’ve only done one parlay this year and it paid 163.

Gordon Flash Watson:

This parlay is going to pay 215. There is a [inaudible 00:03:13] today as well, but welcome gentlemen. I’m going to come straight to your Roman, because you’ve got your feet on the ground and your ear on the ground. What is going on? And how lucky are we going to be to have a full slate this week?

Roman:

Well I mean in Spain, as you may have been reading in the news, et cetera, the cases are just coming up constantly day after day here in La Liga. Especially of course, after those Christmas holidays we’ve had. Because here, players have a break and so they can rest a bit and go with their families and do whatever they want. And of course there’s more risk of getting COVID-19. And that’s happened to basically all the teams I’d say in La Liga, except for Alaves, who haven’t confirmed any cases, only from their technical staff. So no players at the moment have been confirmed, although this could change tomorrow, the day after, because they’re not playing until January 2022. And the other team is Villarreal, but Villarreal simply don’t want to inform about the cases. They’ve kept it private, but-

Gordon Flash Watson:

Good lads, Good lads. That’s what we like to hear.

Roman:

So it’s mostly-

Gordon Flash Watson:

Love Villarreal, telling no one nothing. And if they [inaudible 00:04:15] deny it.

Roman:

It’s a matter of tactics apparently. They don’t want other rival teams to know their situation, so they’ve kept it quiet. But there seem to be some cases because from what local journalists have seen, some players haven’t been attending the training sessions, which are private, of course they’re closed. But they haven’t seen the players arrived to the training pitch and there’s quite a few of those. We can talk about after, when we talk about the Villarreal game. So I mean, there’s lots and lots of cases. Things can change any minute, so be careful where… when you’re betting, where you’re betting. Maybe wait until last minute when the actual formations have been revealed for each team, Or maybe during the game, you could also go for that because at the moment, the risk of seeing players not being available last minute is very, very high.

Gordon Flash Watson:

Yeah. And listen, if you, bet on most of the European leagues, you would have got stung this week in the Premier League with some players not playing, other teams resting, but you’ve got to take a leap of faith as well. But obviously, line up checks is obviously going to affect your value as well. Pavlos, on a good run at the moment mate and we want it to continue this week, but is there any team that you really want to fade?

Pavlos:

Everyone. Every single one of them, because simply the news-

Gordon Flash Watson:

Well you can’t take them all, you’re going to go for a couple of draws then?

Pavlos:

No. Well I would like to fade everyone, but there’s still value to be taken advantage of. So we have very few picks and soccer odds this week, but I think we made… a lot of… we put a lot of thought into that. We saw the cases. We are hoping that there aren’t many cases, but this game week, as Roman said, it’s really weird to pick something unless you see the certain lineups, but we did make a couple of… we do have a couple of plays each… they’re both well thought. We look at the numbers, we looked at who’s playing, who is not and I think we’ll have good value here. But just be careful this game week. [crosstalk 00:06:17]

Gordon Flash Watson:

Yes. So as Pavlos says, we’re only going to cover four games but we’ve actually got two selections each and we’ve got the +215 parlay, which we’ve gone through. And I think the common denominator at the end of it is we are back in the big squads. So even if they’ve got seven or eight, they can handle them, but the smaller ones cannot.

Gordon Flash Watson:

So let’s kick straight off because I’m not messing about. We’re going to go straight into the first game and it’s Getafe versus Real Madrid. Getafe at +470. I thought it would be about +900, to be honest. Real Madrid are tasting -140, draw at +260. Under and over at 2 and a half. Roman, Real Madrid, massive squad, talent… I mean, even the tea lady has got international caps. So listen, if they’ve got five or six injuries or five or six cases, then surely they can handle it against Getafe, who are struggling.

Roman:

They should, they should, because Real Madrid are way superior side and historically, they have great, great numbers against Getafe. It’s a team usually win comfortably, grab three points after three points. And it’s true that they do have a couple of COVID cases, the most important one being Vinicius Jr, which is obviously one of the best players this season for Real Madrid with Benzema, we could say the top two. And there was also Courtois and [inaudible 00:07:35] Valverde who gave positives, I think it was yesterday, but now they’ve given two negatives in a row. So it seems like they will be allowed to play in the end and so that’s another extra boost Real Madrid has. They’re not really affected by the COVID cases, they already had a couple also a few weeks back, but that’s been over and done with.

Roman:

So I think Real Madrid are definitely the favorites here. They should get a win, get back on track. They did have that draw against Cadiz and they managed to bounce back beating a Athletic Club in a very tight game and now, against Getafe. I don’t expect it to be easy honestly because Getafe don’t have many… injuries or COVID cases either. They do have a few, but they have been playing pretty well recently to be fair. They’ve managed a good streak of results compared to how they started. They’re kind of fighting it out to avoid those bottom positions. So I don’t think it will be an easy cruiser for Real Madrid, but I do think at the end of the day, Madrid will get a relatively comfortable… and we could say because as you said, they have the better players, international players, top level players and a deep squad. So they should have a problem in this case.

Gordon Flash Watson:

Yeah. I mean, you look at Real Madrid at the moment, they’re probably… if you’re talking about the top four sides in Europe, they are definitely among them Pavlos. And at -140, that looks like a don’t complicate it price.

Pavlos:

Yeah it does, but I think the price on Getafe is so low per se because Getafe, they’ve actually been doing a pretty solid job lately. They made a terrible start in the season. They have seven consecutive losses and there were winless in their first 11 matches. But since then, they have three wins, one loss and three draws. They only lost to Villarreal. They’ve only considered one goal in their last five. Of course, Alaves, [inaudible 00:09:17] and Mallorca, which are not… and Cadiz, which are not very strong sides in the La Liga, but it goes to so that this Getafe side has done something to safeguard their defense.

Pavlos:

And something similar happens to Real Madrid because I think they’ve considered just one goal in their last six or seven matches. So this match looks like an under to me. Of course, Getafe don’t usually do well against Real Madrid. Real Madrid are in the best possible shape they’ve been all season. There is one thing that kind of worries me. And that’s the fact that whenever we have this winter breaks, the teams that were doing poorly prior to the winter breaks are somehow doing better after the break, and teams that were on a roll like Real Madrid, sometimes they lose some of that steam. But yeah, as far as this much goes, all the metrics say that Getafe have a very bad offense. They have the worst offense with 12 goals, six worst xG, six worst xG at home, fourth worst home offense with just nine goals.

Pavlos:

Their xGA numbers, which tell stories about their difference are not any good either. They do have the ninth best xGA, but… and they do have the fourth best defense with 20 considered goals. And they have been surprisingly good at home with the sixth best home defense with nine considered goals. And we just don’t see a lot of goals in Getafe’s matches. Just six of their 18 matches had over two and a half goals, the second fewest in the league. And they have the second lowest goal average with just 1.8 goals per match. So there is not a lot of goals in their matches.

Pavlos:

And when you look at Real Madrid stats, I mean, they have been excellent the whole season. They have the best xG, best offense, best xG on the road, best away offense, second best defense, the best away record. Their away matches usually produce a lot of goals. Eight of their 10 away matches… have had over two and a half goals. So they do score a lot, but then they meet with Getafe, five of the last six matches between the two sides in the last three seasons had under two and a half goals and all six have both scored no. So we are looking at maybe just a small margin Real Madrid win here. Possibly Getafe to not score, I think that’s the way to go here. Very [crosstalk 00:11:43]

Gordon Flash Watson:

I wrote down the same. I wrote down the same. I’ve wrote Getafe not to score, +125. Real Madrid win to nil, correct score-

Pavlos:

Nice.

Gordon Flash Watson:

Two-nil. So let’s have a little look at the official picks, but we’re going with the away side because of the squad, because of the quality and Getafe’s failure to score many goals. Even though they’re at home and they’ve got the big guns coming into town, which sometimes with a crowd… I mean, just a quick update on the crowd Roman, we’ve got crowds as normal?

Roman:

No, they’ve reduced the crowds. I don’t know if it was like 75% or something like that, but they’ve definitely reduced the amount. So now less people will be there to support the local teams.

Gordon Flash Watson:

Okay. Yeah. So, I mean again, Real Madrid or one of them size that you can go to any game around the world and you’ll see a Real Madrid shirt, even when Real Madrid are not playing. But Getafe, they’re relying on their home support. So if that’s going to be diminished as well, then it just favors the away side that little bit more. Madrid, an over 1.5 at -115, for Roman, who’s on an unbelievable run. Remember, we’re over 10 units of profit at the moment. Let’s keen on to the second game because I agree with the boys here.

Gordon Flash Watson:

It’s Real Betis versus Celta Vigo. Betis at -130, Celta +360. The draw at +275 and the total is under/over two and a half with it being -120 on the over. Pavlos, it looks like both teams are scoring over or don’t complicate it and just go over.

Pavlos:

Yeah. It does look like that. When you compare… when you just look at Betis numbers, this isn’t… they have been spectacular. They’re sitting third in the La Liga. They have the third best xG, second best offense, fourth best xG at home, second best home offense with 19 goals. The defense is just not very good. They have the ninth worst xGA, the fifth best defense with 21 considered, but a lot of teams consider a lot of goals. So just take this with a grain of salt.

Pavlos:

They have the 10th worst xG at home with 1.31 per game and the sixth worst home defense with 10 considered goals. They do score a lot but they generally don’t keep a lot of clean seats. And when you look at Celta, Celta’s numbers have been fluctuating. It usually has to do with the status of Iago Aspas, who I think is in contention for this match. There’s nothing wrong with him, at least that we know of. And what’s really interesting is the fact that last season, Betis won both matches. They won by 2-1 in this venue and by 2-3 on the road.

Gordon Flash Watson:

Pavlos, would you say that Betis are in better shape this year than they were last?

Pavlos:

Yeah, definitely. I mean, they’ve been really impressive this season. They use… the thing is that they play in the Europa League as well and they have done a really good job in the Europa League as well. I think they have a very deep roster, so they mix and match very, very well. So even if they do have some COVID cases, they have… I think they have one of the deepest rosters in this league, surprisingly deep. So they play very well even with their B squad. I mean, the B meaning it’s a mix of starters and reserves.

Pavlos:

So yeah, I like both teams to score over two and a half goals in this match, 12 of the last 14 matches between the two sides had both teams score. Nine of those 14 matches also had over two and a half goals. Each of the last five matches between the two sides in this venue had the combination of both teams to score and over two and a half goals. Betis scored two plus goals in all five matches. So yeah, the way they’ve been playing, they attack very well. They don’t defend all that good.

Pavlos:

Celta, they can be. And we say this in every show that they can be one of the most controversial teams in terms of form. You expect them to win and then they draw. You expect them to lose and they win. So I think this is a match where traditionally we see a lot of goals. I don’t know the exact reason behind that, but there’s always a reason. So yeah, I think there’s going to be goals in this match. Yeah.

Gordon Flash Watson:

Yeah, but the other thing we say every week and we’re normally always right Roman is Celta not to score in the first half. So we could go with Betis. This would just be winning at halftime because Betis are far better than Celta and Celta are massive second half side. But on the road, Celta have struggled and they’ve only really sort of attacked with any sort of minutes once they’re punched on the nose and they’re behind in games.

Roman:

Yeah. That’s the feeling they’re transmitting this season. I mean, they’re not looking that good in attack as they were other years back. And honestly, Betis just look more solid and reliable overall, you know? They’re a great side. They’re doing well in Europe. They’re doing well here in La Liga, in the top Champions League positions. And to be fair, both teams have had a lot of COVID cases also it has to be mentioned because as I said, especially, I think had a around nine and they won’t have any defenders available. I think there’s only one first team defender available for this game for Celta Vigo at the moment today. This could change, of course, if some give [crosstalk 00:16:43]

Gordon Flash Watson:

[crosstalk 00:16:43] Roman, you can keep talking. Roman, you can keep talking. Put them numbers up again please for the match, because we’re talking about Celta Vigo have nine. You just keep talking. I’m just going to look because Betis -130, is that a not just don’t complicate it?

Roman:

So exactly, I’m saying Celta Vigo apparently only have one defender available from the first team now, so of course they’ve been training with youngsters from the lower divisions sites they have. And in this case, we’ll have to wait and see until last minute if some recover from COVID, if other recover from injuries, what’s going to happen there because Celta have really had big, big problems and Betis on the other hand, also had some COVID cases, but most of them seem to be like from almost 10 days ago, so they should be available for the weekend.

Roman:

So it just seems like it makes sense to go for Betis in this game. The money line is pretty decent. If you want to look some other thing to pump up the value a little bit for Betis because honestly, I find it difficult for Celta to get a good result away, especially taking into account, as I said, all the problems they have in terms of injuries and COVID cases. It’s true that Iago Aspas should be available. He seemed to be one of the affected players and he’s always a key man for them in attack and Betis, of course can concede. They’re not the best defense. They do make their mistakes at the back, but overall, solid team with Pellegrini as a manager, they’ve really improved a lot this season. I think this is an important three points they need to get at home.

Gordon Flash Watson:

I’ve got this done as Betis win 3-1. Let’s have a look at the official picks and please to see if I’m on the right page. Oh, both teams scoring over two and a half at +110. That will do nicely for a free one and Betis an under four and a half. Wow, that slips in at 3-1 as well and that’s a +110. Betis at -130 though, I mean, that’s something that we should definitely be looking at. Let’s move on because we’ve gone with Betis there. Next game, hey Villarreal, I’ll tell you nothing. I know nothing. I saw nothing versus Levante. Villarreal -220, no not for me. Levante +550, who have been scoring goals. Have scored six goals in two games and you know what? They didn’t win either or draw either. Draw is up 380. The under and over is up three. Roman, Villarreal back… listen, I love it when the books try and play catch up with this team. The -140, Villarreal win this game and I’m more than happy to take this at -140.

Roman:

I mean, in normal circumstances, no doubt at all I would be jumping on Villarreal because we’ve all seen what Levante are capable of, which is just scoring goals but then conceding more than they’ve scored. And it’s true that Levante have slightly improved since they changed manager a few weeks back. But they’re still really, really having a tough time to get their first win this season. They’ve already beaten the record you mentioned that they keep making that gap bigger by losing or drawing games week after week.

Roman:

And on the other hand, Villarreal have finally found their rhythm, you know? They’re playing really good football, you can see they were on track and now finally they’re getting the goals they needed and they have Gerard Moreno back, who’s been extremely crucial for them in past seasons we saw it for that Europa League title they obtained. And I mean, the only down for me is here is the secrecy behind the Villarreal’s COVID cases, you know? Because they don’t want to reveal how many players, and I just don’t know which are the players that might be unavailable. Apparently journalists from Villarreal, as I was saying before [crosstalk 00:20:07]

Gordon Flash Watson:

Did your man not tell what cars weren’t turning up?

Roman:

There’s a few names they’re concerning. Of course, it’s not official but for example, Parejo, he hasn’t been seen in training, which is a key man for the midfield. Also Capoue hasn’t been seen, Danjuma hasn’t been seen, that could be because of injury he’s been having for the last few weeks, or he could also be COVID and there’s other less important players like Mandi, like Aurier, Alberto Moreno, et cetera. So I mean, I don’t know the extent of the situation at Villarreal and all that secrecy I mentioned, just gives me a bit the creepers. I don’t expect Levante to win, but they might pull off a draw if Villarreal really wound [crosstalk 00:20:43]

Gordon Flash Watson:

No.

Roman:

Sense of having a weak squad, so that’s why… sorry Flash, that’s why in my case, I stay away because I don’t have the info and I think you need all the info to take certain risks.

Gordon Flash Watson:

Yeah, I do have the info Pavlos and you can just cement it because Villarreal will win this game at -1 at -140. They are far, far superior. So Levante side that want to play basketball football, you cannot do that with Villarreal because they control the game and they don’t give you enough of the ball. You break on them, don’t worry, five seconds later, they’ll stick it in the back of your neck.

Pavlos:

Well to be honest, I’m only interested [inaudible 00:21:21] Moreno is up. If he’s up, I’m just playing everything. I’m just throwing everything at Villarreal, this guy, we talk about him in every show. He is just instrumental for this Villarreal side. Since he came back from injury, Villarreal have one… they have won each of their last five. They scored two plus goals in all five matches. They scored three plus goals in four of those matches, they scored a total of 20 goals in that match, that’s an average of four goals per match. But they did keep just one clean seat, they can shoot multiple goals against [inaudible 00:21:48] and Alaves, but their numbers have been increasing, they have been improving. Villarreal, they now have the fifth best xG, fifth the best offense, third best xG at home, second best home offense. They have the sixth best xGA with 1.28 per game, the fourth best defense with 20 considered goals. The fourth best xGA at home but the fifth worst home defense with 11 considered goals, which goes to show that they’re not very careful, especially when they play at home.

Pavlos:

Levante, you guys made some great points. They might score three, they might score… they scored three against Sevilla, three against Espanyol, three against Valencia, but all three were loses. So they score a lot but they just can’t get away, and they are the only winless team in the La Liga so far, which is a big red flag for me, because their wins bound to come at some point, but I don’t think this is it. I mean, Villarreal, they have given us no reason to doubt them, especially at home this season, they’ve only lost to Barcelona, Man United and oddly enough, Osasuna. So yeah, relatively healthy VR side should be able to blast Levante out of the park.

Pavlos:

And when you look at the history between the two sides, Villarreal won by 2-1. In the [inaudible 00:23:05] and by 5-1 on the road, now six of the last seven matches between the two sides have both teams to score and five of those also had over two and a half goals. And most importantly, Villarreal are unbeaten at home against Levante since 2014. They have six wins and one draw. Both teams scored in each of the last five and over two and a half goals in four of those. Each of Villarreal’s last four home wins against Levante came by the exact 2-1 score. So I like Villarreal to win and over two and a half goals, and I’m throwing some beer money on the 2-1 correct score.

Gordon Flash Watson:

Yeah. 2-1 doesn’t really do it for me because obviously I’ve gone with the -1 at -140 because Villarreal, all the number one trending side for me as far as betting goes in La Liga and it’s the reason that I’m up over six units. I’m nine units in the last three weeks because I’ve carried on. I didn’t want to get off that train, even though it wasn’t going anywhere for the first 15 weeks of the season. Now, all of a sudden Villarreal have turned my season around. Just quickly put the numbers back up again because I think Villarreal may score three here, so I was looking at over two and a half. It’s at +155.

Gordon Flash Watson:

I’m so close. I’m not going to do it, but I think Villarreal will score three goals and +155, I would not put anyone off it. Let’s have a little look at the official picks, because we’ve got Villarreal at over two and a half at +100. There’s your free one, the home prediction of 3-nil. Villarreal -1 at -140 and Roman’s just sitting out because he doesn’t want to put a pin in my balloon, but Villarreal -1 at -140, I think is a free hit, which you only get to hear about when it’s a -1.

Gordon Flash Watson:

Okay, let’s move onto the last game because this is a tough little game on paper until you dig. It’s Cadiz versus Sevilla. Cadiz is up +410. That’s a tough place to go and get a result. Sevilla -120. Trap or a gift? It’s already one of them after Christmas. It’s almost like the Christmas… the present you found under the tree that you didn’t realize was there. There’s always one, “Oh my god, where did I see that present?” At -120 Sevilla looks like that present. Draw at +225, it’s a bit too close to the +200, which I would say you go for the draw. And the under and over is at two with the under being at -105. Pavlos, very, very tight game. I don’t see both teams scoring. So we’ve got Cadiz not to score at +105, Sevilla not to score… wow, I just don’t see that happening. Is this like 1-nil to the visitors?

Pavlos:

Well it looks like a nil for Cadiz but I’m not so sure about Sevilla. There’s a lot of reasons why I don’t trust Sevilla. Sevilla’s offense actually… I trust their defense. They have the best defense. They’re crossing the xGA numbers. While they’re now matched against the Cadiz side that have the second worst xG, second worst offense, second worst xG at home, worst home offense. I mean, I would be really surprised if this Cadiz side scored against the best defense in the league.

Pavlos:

What worries me is the fact that Sevilla have been alternating between a win, a draw and a loss since September. I think that’s… about 20 matches. In their last 20 matches, they haven’t had the same result in back to back matches. They go from win to draw, from draw to loss, from loss to win and that’s in all competitions. But if you look closely at just their La Liga matches, they’ve been doing a much better job. They have only lost to Real Madrid since mid-October. They have seven wins with just that one loss and three draws. They are quite solid on the road in the sense that they don’t usually concede goals and when they do, it’s against the big teams like Real Madrid or Wolfsburg in the Champions League.

Pavlos:

Well Cadiz, I mean they just nowhere near to be trusted right now. They just… their numbers are terrible on both ends of the pit and also, another thing about the under is just two of nine home matches for Cadiz had the over two and a half goals, the other seven had under two and a half goals. And just one of nine away matches for Sevilla had over two and a half goals. 13 or their 14 away matches this season in all competitions had under two and a half goals. And eight of those had under one and a half goals. So I definitely see Sevilla keeping a clean seat here. I don’t see a lot of goals. I’m just a bit afraid if they’ll be able to score, but yeah, it all points to a nil for Cadiz here.

Gordon Flash Watson:

Yeah. I like that. I like Cadiz not to score, I think, and what did I say? It was like +105 Roman? Yeah, +105 or the home side not to score. Surely this is a game where Cadiz… I mean, they had shown a little bit more intent going forward this year. There been a lot more positive. They’ve had mid field runners, but against Sevilla, they’ve got to be a little cautious not to go behind because the game could be over.

Roman:

Yeah, they definitely have to be cautious and probably play a similar strategy to what we saw against Real Madrid, defending really solidly at the back and hoping for some sort of counter attack to break Sevilla’s lines and get a goal. I mean, you guys talked before about Sevilla’s incredible defense but careful because Kounde suspended after throwing that ball at Jordi Alba’s face in that game against Barcelona, which was quite comical to be honest, quite a stupid way to be sent off. And then Diego Carlos has COVID, so that’s the two main center backs basically out for this game.

Roman:

And then the other player who plays when they’re usually not available is Rakitic and he also has COVID, so that’s three of the center backs not available, so he’s going to have to do some sort of… Lopetegui’s going to have to do some sort of… mix some sort of experiment there with probably Fernando, who’s usually in the mid field and Gudelj, who’s also usually in the midfield. And the only good news in that sense is that the fullback [inaudible 00:29:00] back and Jesus Navas just might be back for this one, so they should be available, though it’s not 100%. So that’s maybe the weakness that Cadiz center some way kind of push for and find maybe that goal, so that’s maybe why I wouldn’t be 100% convinced but it is unlikely overall that Cadiz score, but you never know with them, you know?

Roman:

Because sometimes they have these moments where against Villarreal, we saw how they scored that many goals. In the counter attack, they seemed so lethal and if they can play at that level, I mean, they are dangerous but then suddenly you see Cadiz not scoring for the next few games and since they are a bit unpredictable. And so Sevilla should get a win I think, because they are the better team. They’re missing En-Nesyri, but I mean, Rafa Mir has been doing quite well. Ocampos is looking good lately, so going forward, I do think Sevilla will get their goals. That midfield is a bit weakened although Rakitic might be available, Oliver Torres we don’t know, so I mean, they do have some setbacks in that midfield and at the back. So that’s where I’m a bit worried but going forward, I think they still have enough firepower to get a good positive result.

Gordon Flash Watson:

Excellent Roman, excellent. Okay. Let’s have a little look at the official picks because I know that I’m out there on my own, but Cadiz not to score was the way that I go because I know that Sevilla can take [inaudible 00:30:12] I don’t want no sweating. Cadiz not to score at +105, I think that’s the safest way to go. So okay, let me just give you this and I don’t want a light inquiry about it. I’ve got two parlays on the table. I’m happy for you and the chat to have a little bit of an input. Do we go with Sevilla and Madrid at +215 like advertised at the opening of the show? Or do we go Betis and Madrid at +200? So we got parlay one or parlay two Roman?

Roman:

It’s hard to say. I mean, they’re both pretty tempting, maybe even mix of three, you know? That could also be a possibility.

Gordon Flash Watson:

Wow. Pavlos, you think a three team parlay? [crosstalk 00:30:55]

Roman:

I just can’t make my mind up.

Gordon Flash Watson:

Wow. Okay, I mean…

Pavlos:

This is a weird match day. I’ll say I’ll [crosstalk 00:31:03]

Roman:

Yeah, that’s true.

Pavlos:

For the three team parlay.

Gordon Flash Watson:

Three team parlay?

Pavlos:

Yeah. Help us. Help us and [crosstalk 00:31:11]

Gordon Flash Watson:

What about the two team? Do you like one or two?

Pavlos:

What was the second one? The first one was Real Madrid [crosstalk 00:31:18]

Gordon Flash Watson:

Yeah, Sevilla and Madrid. Or Betis and Madrid?

Pavlos:

Oh, Betis and Madrid?

Gordon Flash Watson:

You like Betis and Madrid?

Pavlos:

Yeah, yeah. I like [crosstalk 00:31:25]

Gordon Flash Watson:

Okay. Okay, I was just trying to work out the 53, 53… hang on, just [inaudible 00:31:31] 53, 53, that’s 159. 159 is 334. It’d be +2… sorry, 334. Wow, this could be like masses if we went with that way, 235, 359. It’s going to be like a +359 three timer. No, we’re going to go with number two. We’re going to go with Betis and Madrid and it comes out at +200 in the chat, I’ve gone the same way in Messina. And I know that Ashley in the chat as well doesn’t like Sevilla. She says they’re schizophrenic and the city is like, “No way. No way.” So the two team parlay will be Real Betis at home to Celta Vigo, especially with Celta Vigo having so many problems. And we’re going to go with Madrid to win at Getafe.

Gordon Flash Watson:

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Gordon Flash Watson:

Show a bit of appreciation to Pavlos and Roman, and obviously Paco even though Paco’s away spending Roman’s winnings. I wish you all a Happy New Year from everyone at TV BetUS. Let’s make 2022 a really, really big one and if you see a little bit of yellow, you know what that means. The banker have been flying in right across all of European football recently. So why not have a little look at Villarreal just to win the game. It’s a free hit at -140, as they entertain Levante. Happy New Year everyone, we’ll see you next year. [crosstalk 00:33:27]

Roman:

Happy New Year.

Gordon Flash Watson:

It’s not as bad as it sounds. It’s only two or three days away.

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