As we gear up for La Liga Round 31, all eyes are on the exciting matchups between Real Betis, Celta Vigo, Atlético Madrid, and Girona. Our predictions for these games will surely keep you on your seat.

For the Real Betis vs. Celta Vigo clash, we anticipate a thrilling battle with both teams eager to secure a victory. Meanwhile, the Atlético Madrid vs. Girona match promises to be a showdown of epic proportions.

To find out our detailed predictions and analysis for these matches, continue reading and stay ahead of the game!

Real Betis Vs Celta Vigo

On Friday night, Real Betis will host Celta Vigo, a team in danger of relegation in La Liga, to snap a four-game losing streak.

The host team, now in eighth position, suffered a 3-2 loss to Girona in their previous match, while Celta, currently in seventeenth place, will be coming off a scoreless draw with Rayo Vallecano.

Real Betis possible starting lineup

Silva; Ruibal, Pezzella, Riad, Abner; Fornals, Isco, Rodriguez, Fekir, Perez; Willian Jose

Celta Vigo possible starting lineup

Guaita; Mingueza, Starfelt, Dominguez; Alvarez, Beltran, Sotelo, Sanchez; Aspas, Larsen, Bamba

Our Predictions

Full time draw

Celta will come into this match in stronger form, and Real Betis’ recent record against them is shockingly bad—they’ve lost four of their previous five games at this level. Even though Real Betis are heavy favorites playing at home, Celta have only lost once in their past three away games; we expect the Sky Blues to fight hard and get a valuable draw on Friday.

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Atletico Madrid Vs Girona

When Girona FC, managed by Artem Dovbyk, takes on Atletico Madrid, led by Alvaro Morata, at 8:00 AM ET on Saturday, two of La Liga’s leading scorers will square off. Both Morata and Dovbyk have scored 14 goals so far this season.

Atletico Madrid’s most recent match was a 2-1 road victory over Villarreal CF on April 1. Saul Niguez and Axel Witsel scored the sole goals in the match for their club against Villarreal.

Girona FC beat Real Betis 3-2 at home in their last meeting on March 31. Girona FC’s Dovbyk led the squad in scoring with two goals.

Atletico Madrid’s possible starting lineup:

Oblak; Mandava, Witsel, Gimenez, Lino Barrios, Koke, Llorente, Depay, Riquelme, Griezmann

Girona’s possible starting lineup:

Gazzaniga; Blind, Lopez, Garcia, Gutierrez, Garcia, Martin, Couto, Tsygankov, Portu, Dovbyk

Our Predictions

Both teams scored over 2.5 goals

Girona has a good shot of putting Atletico Madrid to the test in their backyard if they stick to their rotations. The visitors have scored 24 goals on the road this year, more than any other team, except two clubs, which we’ll leave to you to figure out.

With just 16 goals surrendered in front of their home supporters, Atletico Madrid should confidently approach the Metropolitano.

But in their previous six home games, including a 3-0 loss to Barcelona, they have let in at least one goal. Atletico’s little slip in form couldn’t have been a worse moment.

Girona’s recent thrilling 3-2 victory against Betis was exciting and informative about the team’s offensive prowess and current defensive shortcomings.

This game has all the makings of a spectacular match, particularly if one side scores early on after the other scored seven goals in the corresponding game.