Las Palmas (@2.4) vs Almeria (@2.9)
14-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Las Palmas will win

Las Palmas – Almeria Match Prediction | 14-09-2019 12:30

This is a club which has seen highs in recent years, given their two spells in the top flight, but they seem to be hitting their level in this division after a few tough years. Having moved into ninth, they can be content with the season so far. Theyve picked up 62% of their points at home, while they are heading into this clash with an away record which is bound to leave them low on confidence. Almeria were in relegation trouble straight after dropping out of La Liga, having finished 18th, 15th and 18th in their last three seasons. Almeria are another outfit who have been much more comfortable at home.

This game is one of the tougher ones to call this weekend in the Spanish second tier but there looks to be a bit of value in backing the hosts to come out on top. That sequence included impressive wins over current leaders Malaga in the Copa del Rey as well as league successes against Zaragoza and Numancia, two sides that reached the play-offs last term. They suffered a slightly surprising defeat at Cordoba last time out but had won four on the bounce in all competitions prior to that.

Or will the away side see their rotten record on the road continue in this encounter on Sunday? They are heading into their final home game of the season, while Almeria are looking to move closer to the playoffs. Las Palmas are heading for a midtable finish in the Segunda, but can they boost themselves into the top half with a victory? The visitors are already eight points shy of the top six so theyve been ruled out of the running, but can they climb the table anyway?

Prediction Las Palmas-Almeria: x (Odd )

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They come into Sundays game on the up, having picked up a few decent results at home of late. Theyve had to rely on their home results to keep them safe this term, with 67% of their points coming from games at home. Las Palmas have kept themselves clear of danger this season, but the hosts havent made a serious push for a return to the top-flight. The hosts have also scored 66% of their goals at this ground too, so they are massively reliant on home advantage this term.

Paco Jemez departed at the end of last term and they managed to pull off a bit of a coup by landing Manolo Jimnez, fresh from a surprise Greek title win with AEK. Theyve a 50% win ratio so far under the 54 year old in the Segunda Division and they sit in 3rd place heading into this round of fixtures. So far, it has been a pretty encouraging start for fans of the Canarian club.

Las Palmas vs Almeria Predictions, Betting Tips and Match Previews

This term, Almeria have won just five times on their travels, losing on nine occasions. Almeria have lost to nil in 35% of their away games, conceding 24 times on the road. They are heading here with a poor away record overall, while of late the visitors have had serious troubles. However, their away record leaves a lot to be desired. Theyve scored less than a goal per game on the road, failing to score in 45% of their trips.

We are siding with the hosts here, who are well priced despite having form on their side going into this game. Almeria have won just one of their last five, while theyve been beaten in four of their last six away trips. That includes three defeats in four matches at on their travels, while Las Palmas have won their last three home games.

Las Palmas have never been known as convincing travellers, with long flights to every away match the norm for them. 11 of their 15 points this term have come at home and they have only won 1 of their last 18 competitive away fixtures overall. Those results suggest they quite enjoy the underdog tag and with home advantage they could just get the job done here.

Looking at these two teams, we feel that UD Almera are capable enough to break down this UD Las Palmas outfit, however that probably wont quite prevent them from conceding a couple at the other end. We are expecting it to be pretty even. Our selection here is for a close game with a 2-1 advantage for UD Las Palmas after 90 minutes. All UD Las Palmas v UD Almera match predictions, user poll and stats are shown below including the latest game odds.

Las Palmas vs Almeria Prediction & Match Preview

They do have a nice chance to finish the season on a high at least when it comes to displays in front of their fans. With nothing at stake, we dont have reasons to witness a highly competitive affair. The hosts could potentially be eyeing a top-half finish with results in last two ties of the season against Almeria and Numancia.

They began the season in a tremendous fashion, but won just one point in last two games to drop down to third place in the ladder. The Canaries failed to find the net in last two matches against Sporting Gijon and Alcorcon. Can they turn it around here at Estadio de los Juegos Mediterraneos? The visitors are, on the other hand, hoping to make it a one-year loan spell in Segunda.