Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid Betting Preview

Spanish Copa del Rey Final action on Friday Night comes from The Santiago Bernabeu Stadium featuring Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid.

View our Betting Preview, Tips, Predictions and Match Odds for the game that can be seen exclusively Live on Sky Sports 2 High Definition, with a scheduled 20:30pm (BST) Kick Off Time.

Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid Betting Preview, Copa del Rey Final, Friday May 17th 2013

A very frustrating season for all ‘Los Blancos’ fans and this competition is now their only chance of obtaining a trophy having failed to defend their La Liga Title and being dumped out of the Champions League Semi Final by Borussia Dortmund, but with the final being played in their own back yard and Atletico Madrid having not managed to beat their hosts since 29th October 1999 everything is in favour of Jose Mourinho securing his last trophy as Real Madrid manager before heading off back to England to manage either Chelsea or Manchester City.

Atletico Madrid have had a decent enough campaign and have definitely secured their place amongst Europes Elite in the Champions League next season which is a decent feat in this tough division, but they would desperately want to win this game as with the club having had to endure 14 years since their last win over Real Madrid, their fans would go absoloutely crazy come friday night if their side managed to pull off the impossible.

Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid Team News

Real Madrid Team News : Raphael Varane is unavailable for Real Madrid having picked up a knee injury during the 1-1 draw with Espanyol last weekend, but Sergio Ramos, Marcelo, Arbeloa and Ozil have all returned to the squad having missed recent games with respective injuries and most look likely to feature in the starting lineup.

Atletico Madrid Team News : Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone has no fresh injuries or supsensions and looks likely to field his strongest lineup with midfielder Mario Suarez coming in to replace Tiago having now fully recovered from a back problem.

Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid Head to Head Statistics

Friday night’s game from The Santiago Bernabeu Stadium will become the 39th meeting between the two clubs over the years and all the results of those matches can be seen in our head to head statistics table shown below.

  • Real Madrid Victories : 27 (13 at The Santiago Bernabeu Stadium)
  • Real Madrid Goals Scored : 79 (39 at The Santiago Bernabeu Stadium)
  • Draws : 9 (5 at The Santiago Bernabeu Stadium)
  • Atletico Madrid Victories : 2 (1 at The Santiago Bernabeu Stadium)
  • Atletico Madrid Goals Scored : 34 (19 at The Santiago Bernabeu Stadium)

Who Has The Advantage ?

Real Madrid completely dominate the overall head to head stats shown above having won an incredible 25 times more than Atletico Madrid over the years and much can be said in games played between the two sides at The Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in which Real Madrid have secured 13 victories from the previous 19 matches with Atletico Madrid having won just 1.

Average Goals Per Game at The Santiago Bernabeu Stadium ?

58 goals have been scored in the previous 19 games played at The Santiago Bernabeu Stadium which provides us with an average goals per game statistic of 3.05 suggesting we should hopefully see a couple of goals go in on wednesday night.

Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid Recent Form

Real Madrid : W W W W D
Atletico Madrid : L W D W L

Real Madrid have a clear advantage in the recent stats form, having won 4 of their last 5 matches played in all competition. Atletico Madrid have struggled and have managed to secure just 2 victories from their previous five games played of which they have lost 2.

Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid Match Betting Odds Market

Real Madrid will be desperate to win at least something this season and with home advantage where they play their best football and having not been beaten by Atletico Madrid for some 14 years no shock to see the online bookmakers having Jose Mourinho’s side priced up as the clear odds on favourites to win this game at a best price of 1.50 with Betfred.

The Draw is a current best price of 4.50 with Ladbrokes which could see some interest as with Real Madrid having a number of injuries to their back line it does seem likely that Atletico Madrid will get on the score-sheet during this game.

Atletico Madrid don’t win often against Real Madrid so no real surprise to see the online bookmakers pricing them up at huge odds of 6.50 with Sky Bet to pull of what would be a massive shock win to lift the trophy.

Latest Match Betting Odds

(TIBP) Top Industry Betting Price currently available at the time of writing this preview.

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Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid Betting Predictions

Real Madrid look to have one major job come friday night in order to secure their 19 Copa del Rey Title and that is stopping Radamel Falcao as he represents the only real threat that Atletico Madrid have to worry Jose Mourinho’s side and if they can manage to do that then this should be another cake walk for Los Blancos.

However, an interesting statistic has presented itself with Radamel Falcao which is he has never been on the losing side in a major final and has also never failed to score in one either and that will at least provide the Los Rojiblancos with some hope of achieving the impossible and winning this game.

The goal stats suggest a few goals to be scored during this one and with the array of world class individuals on show this does seem a likely event so the goals market is something worth looking at for a betting opportunity. Real Madrid are an extremely short price and offer little value and with Radamel Falcoa having an excellent goal scoring record in major finals he looks great value to continue his trend of scoring in major finals at pretty decent odds.

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