Osasuna predictions with latest odds and stats
- Number of Bets: 37
- Winning Bets: 16
- Average Odds: 2.46
- Overall Stake : 265
- Profit: 243.63
- Yield: -8.06 %
The main objective for Osasuna in this season is survival in the top flight. Team from Pamplona managed to record 17 consecutive home victories, in their second season in Segunda division and promote themselves to La Liga from top table position.
Managed by Jagoba Arrasate, who already has a La Liga experience, since he spent 2013/14 season as main coach of Real Sociedad, Osasuna have all necessary qualities to make their home ground one of the La Liga fortresses and avoid relegation worries.
Consequently, team from El Sadar stadium is not in the bookmakers' first round of relegation candidates and betting odds to Osasuna to be relegated are about 3.75.
Another reason why odds are so optimistic is good form at the beginning of the season. Without defeat at the first four rounds and significant draw against Barcelona in the third round made their mid-table position hopes more realistic.
Osasuna Key Players
If we take a look on the last season performances it is obvious that Jagoba Arreste count on the Roberto Torres and Juan Villar in attack since they scored 12 goals each. Anyway, the main team inspirator is the most expensive signing from the last term, Ruben Garcia who managed to record 12 assists.
At the same time, eyes of domestic supporters will be on the Kike Barja, player from Osasuna youth selections who could get a chance to prove his talent and represent his club in La Liga.
As Navarre is part of Basque country, Osasuna have main local rival in Athletic Bilbao. This rivalry is inspired by a controversial player signings from one to another club. At the same time rivalry is obvious in recruiting young talents from the same region.
Similar as in Bilbao, Real Madrid is not welcomed at Pamplona and this is one of the hottest grounds for giant from capital.
Another regional rival is Zaragoza, as biggest club from the neighbouring region of Aragon.
Founded in Pamplona at 1920, Osasuna have spent 35 seasons in the Spain football top-flight league and never won title. In the 2005 The Reds managed to achieve fourth position, table tied with Sevilla, but better in the head to head matches, but failed to qualify for the Champions League.
In the same year Pamplonians were beaten by Betis in the Copa del Rey final and it was their greatest achievement in this competition.
Home matches they played at Stadium El Sadar with capacity of 19.800 seats.