Betting Tips and odds for Barcelona vs Granada
- Barcelona has an odd of 1.31(bet ₹100 and win ₹131 if Barcelona wins) Bet_ Now.
- Draw chances for this barcelona vs Granada match is 5.72 (bet ₹100 and win ₹572 if draws) Bet_Now.
- Granada has an odd of 8.91 (bet ₹100 and win ₹891 if Granada wins) Bet_Now.
More Odds & Betting Tips
- Place Bet on Both Teams to score a goal at 1.98 (₹100 bets will return ₹198). Bet_Now.
- Bet on neither of the teams to score a goal at 2.08 (₹100 bets will return ₹208). Bet_Now.
- Bet on Total Goals in the Match over 2.5 at 1.67(₹100 bets will return ₹167). Bet_Now.
- You can place a bet on Total Goals in the Match under 2.5 at 2.01(₹100 bets will return ₹201). Bet_Now.
- Bet on Barcelona to Score the First Goal at 1.14(₹100 bets will return ₹114).
- Bet on Granada to Score the First Goal at 1.81(₹100 bets will return ₹181). Bet_Now.
Match: Barcelona vs Granada
Date: 21 September 2021
Time: 12:30 AM IST
Venue: Camp Nou
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Barcelona continue to be plagued with a host of injury issues across the pitch. Jordi Alba is the latest player to be sidelined, along with midfield sensation Pedri, while the likes of Sergio Aguero, Ansu Fati, Ousmane Dembele and Martin Braithwaite are all unavailable. Sergino Dest has trained this week, though, and could be available for selection against Granada. Having employed a three-man defence in the loss to Bayern, Ronald Koeman is expected to switch to the 4-3-3 formation on Monday night with Marc-Andre ter Stegen lining up in goal.
Gerard Pique is a certainty to feature in defence due to his experience, and should be partnered by Ronald Araujo who has looked good. While Dest is back in training, Oscar Mingueza is likely to get the nod at right-back with Koeman hoping to effectively manage the workload of the squad. On the left, Alba’s injury means teenage starlet Alejandro Balde is in line for his first La Liga start after having made his debut for the first team coming on as a substitute against Bayern.
Barcelona Expected Playing 11
ter Stegen; Mingueza, Pique, Araujo, Balde; de Jong, Busquets, Gavi; Depay, de Jong, Coutinho
Unlike Barcelona, Granada do not have many injury concerns ahead of their trip to Catalonia. In fact, manager Robert Moreno will just be without the services of Neyder Lozano for the clash on Monday night at Camp Nou. Like their opposition, the visitors will also set up in a 4-3-3 formation, with Luis Maximiano protecting the goal.
Domingos Duarte and German Sanchez ought to be the two centre-halves tasked with dealing with the threat posed by Luuk de Jong and Memphis Depay while Santiago Arias and Carlos Neva should feature out wide as the full-backs on the right and left sides, respectively. Maxime Gonalons ought to sit the deepest of the three central midfielders and look to keep a lid on Barcelona’s midfield runners. He should be supported by veteran midfielder Angel Montero while the third spot in the centre of the park could be taken up by ex-Barca ace, Monchu, who made the switch to Granada this past summer.
Granada Expected Playing 11
Maximiano; Arias, Duarte, Sanchez, Neva; Montero, Gonalons, Monchu; Soro, Suarez, Machis
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Rockodds prediction ofBarcelona vs Granada
Barcelona are under intense pressure after their debacle against Bayern Munich when they were thoroughly outplayed by their opponents. However, on Monday, they will be coming up against a Granada team that is struggling to get going under a new manager and have lost two games in a row. A straightforward win for the Catalans should be on the cards, thus, alleviating some pressure off of Ronald Koeman.
There is a lot of pressure on Barcelona after their heavy defeat against Bayern Munich. They need to respond and have a great opportunity to do so against Granada who have been in poor form themselves. They lost 4-0 to newly promoted Rayo Vallecano on La Liga matchday 3.Barcelona is expected to win this match with ease.