Osasuna were unable to hold on to a lead at Real Sociedad as they went on to lose 3-2 and so remain rooted to the foot of the table, having won just once all season. Real Madrid, meanwhile, were left frustrated by the weather as severe storms meant that their game at Celta Vigo had to be postponed and they now have two games to make up on the rest of the division.
Osasuna have lost seven of 11 winless home games this term and have lost all four of their home games against top-five sides to date, failing to score in three and conceding 12 across these. They did however managed to hold out until half time against Sevilla and Barcelona, so they’ll be hopeful of at least delaying the seemingly inevitable.
Real have picked up only one point from their last two on the road, but those were at Barcelona and Sevilla. They’re yet to travel to anyone in the bottom-seven, but they’ll be without Gareth Bale for this one and Real haven’t scored more than three times in any of the 10 away games Bale has missed since the start of last season. They’ve scored 36% fewer goals in his absence and with Toni Kroos also suspended, Real could struggle to rack up a really big number here. We’re going to back the 0-3 correct score.
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