Getafe as well as Elche are two of the weakest teams in the Spanish top flight, and these two had avoided getting relegated the last season by the tiniest of margins. Moreover, goals have also come in huge numbers in h2h clashes over the years. Likely, expect another high-scoring affair this Monday at the Coliseum Alfonso Perez.
GETAFE VS SEVILLA. Sevilla have won the last four meetings between these sides including a bloodless 3-0 success in February, and we’re backing that trend to continue at the Coliseum this Monday. Los Palanganas began their campaign with an impressive 3-0 home victory against Rayo Vallecano and look a huge price to follow up here at odds-against based on the recent head to head and their ten wins from 19 away trips last term (D4, L5).
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Getafe will be aiming to bounce back from a heavy 5-1 loss to Athletic Club when they host Deportivo Alaves at their Coliseum Alfonso Perez on Matchday 21. Los Azulones defeated Huesca in their last home game in La Liga, which is surely giving fans a reason for optimism ahead of the visit of Alaves. Getafe boss Joseph Bordalas should have a full squad to choose from in Sunday’s clash. The Basques, on the other hand, failed to impress in a 4-1 loss to Real Madrid. Alaves have been having a tough fixture list
Getafe vs Valencia Getafe’s results, lack of goals and Valencia’s troubles on the road point towards a lack of quality in this contest.