Real Madrid Osasuna Live Stream as Boylesports report flurry of bets for La Liga title

Jose Mourinho’s Real Madrid side will look to keep up their lead at the top of La Liga this weekend when Osasuna are the visitors to the Bernabeu as Boylesports report free bets for Mourinho’s to lift the La Liga title this year.

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Madrid have started the new campaign impressively and currently sit one point clear of fierce rivals Barcelona in La Liga while Christiano Ronaldo reached the unbelievable milestone of 100 goals in just 105 games for the Whites on Wednesday as they put two past Lyon in the Champions League to qualify for the knockout stages already.

All looks rosy for Mourinho at the moment, with even Lionel Messi admitting that they are a better side that Barcelona at the moment, while their run of only two defeats in their last 33 games will be music to the ears of the Portuguese boss.

All indicators point to another heavy defeat for Osasuna who despite sitting comfortably in 8th place having picked up 14 points in their ten games so far, suffered a humiliating 8-0 loss at the hands of their illustrious rivals earlier in the season.

Not only has their form been outstanding of late, they have been winning whilst scoring a hatful of goals. They are on a run of six straight wins in the league and have scored 22 goals in the process while conceding only six.

While Ronaldo may be the goal scorer in chief, he has some competition from Argentinian striker Gonzalo Higuain, who has scored ten goals in the league already this season – the same amount as the Portuguese international.

Mehmet Ozil is likely to start on Sunday in a five man midfield behind Higuain, although the talented German youngster hasn’t played a full 90 minutes so far this season.

Osasuna will be hoping to at least put up a good fight on Sunday having stung together a decent run of form lately. Only one defeat in their last five games will at east have given José Luis Mendilibar’s side some confidence going into what is expected to be a very long night for the visitors.

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