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Real Mallorca vs Real Madrid Prediction, Betting Odds, Picks

Written by: Greg Lea
Updated October 14, 2022
13 min read
  • Real Madrid will still be on a high after a brilliant Champions League comeback
  • Real Mallorca are in poor form but remain outside the bottom three for now
  • Real Madrid unlikely to be too troubled by Monday’s trip to the Balearic Islands

Real Mallorca vs Real Madrid Odds

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Match Result Odds
Real Madrid and Over 2.5 +140
Real Madrid and Under 2.5 +285
Real Mallorca and Over 2.5 +750
Real Mallorca and Under 2.5 +850

Real Mallorca vs Real Madrid Pick

Back Real Madrid to win and over 2.5 goals in the Caesars sportsbook.

We do not recommend a moneyline bet here, since the odds are not especially appealing. If you would like to learn more, check out our guide to betting the moneyline.

Real Mallorca Vs Real Madrid

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Revived Real Madrid Look To Build on European Comeback

After one hour of their Champions League last-16 second leg against Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday, things were not looking good for Real Madrid. The 13-time European champions already trailed 1-0 from the first leg thanks to a last-gasp goal from Kylian Mbappe, a player they hope to sign this summer. Mbappe scored again in the second leg, leaving Madrid with a mountain to climb: Carlo Ancelotti’s side had to find the net three times in half an hour to avoid an early elimination from the competition that this club has long prided itself on.

Thanks to Karim Benzema, they did just that. The veteran striker, who has now overtaken Alfredo Di Stefano to move into third place in Real Madrid’s all-time goalscorer list, delivered the goods when his team needed it most.

The post-match analysis focused on PSG’s extraordinary capitulation, a development which poses serious questions about the entire project at the Parc des Princes. For Madrid, though, this was another wonderful European night for a club which has had so many of those throughout its history.

The hope for Ancelotti is that his players will be able to carry that feel-good factor into Monday’s match. Many Madrid fans would happily sacrifice the La Liga title if it guaranteed them another Champions League, but it would be a major disappointment if they failed to finish on top of the pile in Spain from here. Madrid had an eight-point lead going into the weekend and it is hard to see anyone clambering above them between now and the end of the campaign.

There are still doubts over whether los Blancos are good enough to go all the way in the Champions League. After all, they were second best for much of the tie against PSG. In La Liga, though, Madrid reigned supreme.

Losing Run Shows Real Mallorca Not Clear of Danger Yet

After collecting seven points from the first nine available this season, some Real Mallorca supporters might have raised their ambitions. Having been promoted from the Segunda Division last term, Mallorca’s overriding objective coming into the campaign was to avoid relegation. But that bright start may have led some to believe a mid-table finish was possible. Alas, that no longer looks to be the case.

Mallorca have lost four games on the bounce in La Liga. They have also suffered eight defeats in their last 10 outings. At the time of writing they sit just two points outside the relegation zone, and by the time Monday’s game kicks off they may well have slipped below the dreaded dotted line (Cadiz and Granada, the teams directly below them, play on Friday and Saturday respectively).

Mallorca have had issues at both ends of the field. Only Cadiz and Alaves have scored fewer than their 26 goals. Only Levante have conceded more than their 45. Luis Garcia successfully guided Mallorca to promotion last season, but if this poor run continues he might begin to fear for his job.

Madrid Unlikely To Be Too Troubled by Mediocre Mallorca

Real Madrid have not been perfect in La Liga this season, but in truth they have not really needed to be.

Dropped points in surprising circumstances against the likes of Elche, Getafe, Cadiz, Espanyol, Levante and Osasuna might have been more costly in another season. But Madrid have an excellent record in the biggest games, and the slumps endured by Barcelona and Atletico Madrid have allowed los Blancos to open up a commanding lead at the summit of the standings.

With the Clasico to come next weekend, Ancelotti could opt to rest one or two big names for this game – although much will depend on whether Sevilla beat Rayo Vallecano on Sunday. Yet even if Madrid’s second string is given the nod on Monday, the visitors will almost certainly prove too strong for their hosts.

Mallorca have conceded two goals or more in four of their last five outings, while they have not kept a clean sheet since December 10. Madrid, meanwhile, have rediscovered their attacking firepower. As well as three goals against PSG, the Blancos recently put four past Real Sociedad.

Mallorca are low on confidence right now and they will struggle to halt the Madrid machine. Back an away win and over 2.5 goals.

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How to Watch Real Mallorca vs Real Madrid

Real Mallorca vs Real Madrid
Teams Real Mallorca vs Real Madrid
Location Visit Mallorca Stadium, Mallorca, Spain
Time Monday, 14 March 2022, 17.00 PM EST
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Greg Lea is a freelance soccer journalist from London. He is the former editor of The Set Pieces, and has contributed to the Guardian, FourFourTwo, and ESPN. A Crystal Palace fan, he is a long-time subscriber to the belief that it's the taking part that counts. Email: [email protected]

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