Mallorca vs Celta Vigo Free Betting Tips
Endgame for the Mallorcans
There are only six game days left in La Liga before the 2019/20 season ends. Then it is irrefutably clear who has to start second-class and promoted RCD Mallorca would like to be one of those teams that will remain in the highest Spanish division. However, there are currently eight points missing about the saving bank.
Today, the team at the Estadi de Son Moix with the Célticos will be the guest who occupies the very first non-relegation zone. With a home three, the Mallorcans would reduce the distance to the saving bank to five meters.
In terms of table, it is the duel of the current 18th against 17th, but the annual table sheds a completely different light on the game. For Mallorca against Celta Vigo, the prediction should include the fact that the Mallorcans from 14 league games in 2020 scored the fewest points in La Liga, while the Galician even held fifth place in the 2020 annual table.
Against this background, it makes the most sense to place the tip on the point gain of the Célticos at Mallorca against Celta Vigo. We choose the double chance X2 and combine it with the market “Both teams to score/ YES”.
Mallorca – Statistics & current form
For the traditional club RCD Mallorca, which was once in the final of the European Cup Winners’ Cup in 1999, it is a special thing to be part of La Liga in the 2019/20 season.
Just two years ago, the men, who are also known as “Los Bermellones” because of their vermilion jerseys, finally played in the third-highest division in the country. Two successive ascents under the success coach Vicente Moreno led the Mallorquins back to the top floor of Spanish football.
No victory since the restart
Already after the first half of the season was completed, only the 18th place for the Bermellones was booked, which would change the league in the fourth year in a row. If after the first 19 match days they were still tied with the Célticos, who also occupied the first non-relegation spot at the time, there is now a gap of eight points between the two teams.
If Mallorca won against Celta Vigo Tip 2, the Galician would rush to eleven points. If there were only five games left, the direct relegation of the Mallorcans would be almost sealed. This showdown in the Estadi de Son Moix is all the more groundbreaking, but it comes at an unfavorable time.
Mallorca has currently been waiting for five games and thus since the resumption of play operations for another three. In addition, no other team in all of La Liga scored as few points in calendar year 2020 and lost as many games as Mallorca. With nine losses from 14 games, only eleven points are recorded in the current year.
Three key players fail on the defensive
A big problem is certainly the personnel situation on the defensive. Fabri, the regular goalkeeper of the Bermellones, still has an injury, while with Leonardo Koutris and Abdul Rahman Baba the two left-backs are also not available.
A small ray of hope may still be Ante Budimir’s goal in the recent 1-3 defeat in Bilbao. The striker, who is the most successful Sagittarius shooter with ten goals this season, met the Basque again for the first time since February, ending an interim formal crisis. Now it would be all the more important that his goals lead to something countable again.
Probable lineup of Mallorca:
Reina – Sedlar – Raillo – Valjent – Pozo – Junior – Baba – Seville – Rodríguez – Budimir – Kubo
Last games from Mallorca:
06/27 2020 Athletic Bilbao 3 – 1 Mallorca
06/24 2020 Real Madrid 2 – 0 Mallorca
06/19 2020 Mallorca 1 – 1 Leganes
06/16 2020 Villarreal FC 1 – 0 Mallorca
06/13 2020 Mallorca 0 – 4 Barcelona
Celta Vigo – Statistics & current form
Since summer 2012, the flagship club from Galicia, which has reached the Copa del Rey final four times, has been a part of La Liga. The Célticos increased from year to year and regularly landed in a single-digit place between 2014 and 2016.
In the 2017/18 season, they even played in the Europa League, in which the trip went to the semi-finals, where it was barely 1: 2 after the second leg against the eventual overall winner Manchester United. Everything indicated a carefree time for the Galician club, which currently still has to fight for belonging to La Liga.
Undefeated for four games
Already last summer, Celta Vigo only came in 17th and was just four points ahead of the first relegation zone. The 17th place in the table is again at the moment, although a recent strength phase led to the fact that it currently looks good. The cushion on the coming opponent from the holiday island is eight points. A draw would help the Célticos a lot.
If the Galicians had four league games without their own goal scoring around the re-start, the knot completely broke on Matchday 30 at home against Alavés. The Óscar García men shot their opponents 6-0 out of the stadium and brought this momentum into the recent games against Real Sociedad and Barcelona. There are currently four games in a row without defeat with eight out of twelve possible points.
Only nine goals in 14 league games in 2020
Against this background, the odds of bookmakers against Mallorca against Celta Vigo are now moving in the direction of the Galician, who are in a respectable fifth place in the 2020 annual table. This is due to the fact that only two of the 14 league games in the current year were lost.
Conversely, with eight draws there are only four wins, especially thanks to the defense stabilized by Óscar García that it was also possible to score against big opponents like Barcelona. The Célticos had to concede only nine goals throughout 2020. In the annual table, this corresponds to the best defensive in the league shared with Real Madrid.
Even though the Galician do not have the best personnel situation with four injured players, all these values clearly indicate that the desired relegation is under a good star.
Probable lineup of Celta Vigo:
Blanco – Araujo – Saenz – Aidoo – Jacobo – Suárez – Yokuslu – Mendez – Vazquez – Smolov – Aspas
Last games from Celta Vigo:
06/27 2020 Celta Vigo 2 – 2 Barcelona
06/24 2020 San Sebastian 0 – 1 Celta Vigo
06/21 2020 Celta Vigo 6 – 0 Deportivo Alaves
06/17 2020 Real Valladolid 0 – 0 Celta Vigo
06/13 2020 Celta Vigo 0 – 1 Villarreal FC
Mallorca vs Celta Vigo Direct comparison
Head to head: 12-9-14
So far there have been 35 encounters between RCD Mallorca and Celta Vigo and with 14 games won, the Célticos lead in the resulting “head to head” record before the twelve victories of the Bermellones. Nine draws complete the direct comparison.
In the first leg, the two teams drew 2-2 in Galicia on December 15, 2019. This means that the Mallorcans have been unbeaten against the Célticos for five consecutive competitive matches (two wins, three draws).
Mallorca vs Celta Vigo Free Betting Tips
For Mallorca against Celta Vigo, the forecast must take into account that the momentum of these days has clearly shifted towards the Célticos. The Galicians have been unbeaten for four league games in a row. In general, they lost only two of the 14 games in La Liga in 2020 and, with nine goals conceded in this time frame, they were the best defensive in Spain.
This contrasts with Mallorcans who have lost nine of their 14 league games in the same period, wear the red lantern in the 2020 annual table and have not yet won since the restart.
Key facts – Mallorca vs Celta Vigo tips
Mallorca haven’t lost in their last five games against Celta Vigo
Celta Vigo has been unbeaten in four league games
Mallorca lost nine of the 14 league games in 2020 and has been waiting for the first three since the restart
Nevertheless, in Mallorca against Celta Vigo the tip must take into account that it is an absolute endgame for the Bermellones. If they lose to the Célticos at home, the relegation could hardly be prevented. Accordingly, Mallorcans can be expected who will throw in everything they have.
Against this background, on the one hand, we think it is quite likely that the bet “Both teams to score: Yes” will work, while on the other hand, the draw could also occur, with which the Galicians could basically also live.
Betting Tips: X2 & Both teams to score/ YES
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