Barcelona will look to continue their near-perfect start to the La Liga season against overachieving but still very limited Grenada side, with the game available live streaming for Spanish football fans (KO 15:00GMT).
The Spanish giants have won 12 of their 13 games in the league, scoring 38 goals in their usual free-flowing style and they can be backed at a very skinny 1/7 with Bet365 – a bet that screams “back me” for the buying money brigade but less so for us everyday man, who can only dream of being able to make money from backing odds-on shots to decent stakes.
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Barcelona have also won eight consecutive league meetings with Granada; their best ever run of victories against the Andalusian side.
If they win this game, it will be Barcelona’s 22nd consecutive home league win – their best run since the 39 recorded between 1958 and 1960. A monstrous side, with so many options in every position.
Meanwhile, Grenada are punching well above their weight this season in eight place in La Liga but will surely be in for a steamrolling with Barca in town.
Their home form doesn’t bode well for any punters brave enough to take the 25/1 with BetVictor as they have only won two of their seven home games, losing five and scoring just six in that period.
Away from home they are a bit better, winning three of their six games, but it’s hardly enough to leave the likes of Carlos Puyol awake at night, is it?
These two sides have only been involved in three drawn matches this season, which can be backed here at 17/2 and strangely our market spies have let us know that it is a bet that has seen a bit of support in the build-up to the game. There’s some strange gamblers out there.
Shrewder punters may want to keep an eye on the odds for the talented Neymar to get on the scoresheet first having played a part in all of the last five goals scored at the Nou Camp.
The young Brazilian, who is taken to make a big splash at the World Cup this summer, is in the form of his life and can be backed as short as 3/1 to score first.
Correct score punters shouldn’t be expecting too many goals from this Barcelona side though as Tata Martino’s side have only mustered three goals in their last two home games combined.
Best bet in that regard looks to be a 2-0 win, which can be poked at 6/1.