Our football match prediction:
Saturday’s football match at Coliseum Alfonso Perez pits together Getafe and Deportivo Alaves. El Glorioso impressed in the 2016/2017 La Liga season, but they have not been as successful in the Spanish top flight this term. Alaves sit in the relegation zone ahead of Matchday 12, but a win over Getafe would see them move away from bottom three in the La Liga standings. Los Azulones, on the other hand, played out a 2-2 draw with Real Betis before the international break and they now aim to return to winning ways. The capital club defeated Real Sociedad (2-1) in their last home game in the national championship and seeing that Deportivo Alaves failed to score in four of their last five away fixtures, home win should be considered. You should bear in mind that Getafe, who hammered Villarreal 4-0 at their Coliseum Alfonso Perez in September, are eyeing their third home win of the season.
Highlighted Player (Bruno González):
Bruno Gonzalez Cabrera is a product of Tenerife football academy. The 184-cm-tall defender played 77 games for los Blanquiazules before joining Real Betis in 2014. Bruno signed a three-year deal with the Andalusian outfit and he quickly established himself as a first-team regular at the La Liga club. The centre-back scored three goals in 81 appearances for los Beticos in the league and at the end of the 2016/2017 La Liga campaign he moved to fellow Spanish club Getafe. Bruno Gonzalez was born in Las Galletas, Spain on May 24, 1990 and he has yet to make his debut for the Spain national football team. You should bear in mind that he scored his first professional goal on December 1, 2013 in a 2-2 draw with Girona during his spell with Real Betis. His preferred foot is right and his contract with Getafe should expire on June 30, 2020.
Highlighted Team (Alaves):
Alaves are a Spanish football club located in Vitoria-Gasteiz, Alava. The club were founded in 1921 and they play their home games at Estadio Mendizorrotza. The capacity of the stadium is 19,840 and it has to be noted that it is the third oldest stadium in Spanish football. After spending several years in the Spanish Segunda Division, los Babazorros returned to the top flight in 2016. The colour of Alaves’ home kit is blue and white and the club’s local rivals are fellow Basque sides Real Sociedad, Athletic Club, Osasuna and Eibar. Alaves made it to the UEFA CUP final in 2001, but they were beaten by Liverpool 5-4 in a thrilling football clash. Anyhow, that is still regarded as the club’s biggest success. Los Babazorros booked their place in the Copa del Rey quarter-finals on four occasions and they have yet to win the Primera Division trophy.