Getafe predictions with latest odds and stats
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The 2018/19 season represented a record high for the South Madrid-based side. They climbed to the 5th table position just 2 years after their promotion to La Liga. That said, the past decade or saw we saw quite a bit of inconsistency from them, with vastly different results each year. Still, under coach Pepe Bordalas, a clear upwards trend is easy to spot. They’ve gone from a team that’s always in near the bottom of the table to 3 consecutive Top 10 Finish seasons.
Even top online bookmakers aren’t too lenient when it comes to unreliable results though. An actual title is next to impossible according to La Liga outright odds – which isn’t a surprise when it comes to Spain's top flight. However, a Top 4 finish is priced at around 4.00. This seems a bit short considering that 5th is their best placement ever, but analysts are relatively optimistic going into 2019/20.
Getafe Key Players
Bordalás’s squad has a reputation for working together like a well-oiled machine. Their greatest asset is unity and teamwork without relying on star power. That said, a few names have popped up over the past two years as being pivotal to the execution of Bordalás’ tactics.
One of these is their Togolese centre-back Djané, who joined up right before their results jumped up in 2017. Next is Nemanja Maksimović, whose versatility as both a defender and connecting midfielder greatly contributed to Getafe’s approach to applying pressure.
Though the 2020 transfer window was fairly action-packed, Bordalás seems to be trying to secure a promising squad for the long haul. For now, their midfield will be further bolstered on the left flank by Barcelona’s Marc Cucurella. Villarreal’s forward Enes Ünal also signed on as for a steep fee of €9.00 million.
Due to geographical location, Getafe’s main rival is Leganes. Both teams were stuck in the lower divisions and have played many memorable clashes. As a Madrid based club matches with Real Madrid always raise excitement and bring some of the best performances of Getafe in the top flight.
In the same time rivalry with Barcelona and Valencia is developed due to Copa Del Rey clashes, when Getafe, as underdog, humiliated both of sides, Barcelona at 2006/07 in 4-0 semi-final victory and Valencia 2-4 at Mestalla round before. Valencia denied Getafe of their first-ever trophy with a 3–1 victory in 2008.
Getafe was founded in 1946, but had financial problems in the early 80’s, so had to be re-founded by merging with newform local club.
After that they spent 12 seasons at Spain La Liga. El Geta play domestic matches Alfonso Perez stadium with 17000 capacity, located in the southern Madrid.
The most significant achievements are Copa del Rey finals on two occasions.