- Despite their excellent start to life in La Liga, Cadiz are winless in their five home outings thus far (D2, L3).
- Barcelona have won their last three games in all competitions by a three-goal margin or better.
- Barca have kept just one clean sheet in their last four away league matches.
Barca to Build Momentum at Cadiz
Barcelona have found some form over the last fortnight or so and the champions are expected to dispatch Cadiz at Estadio Ramon de Carranza this Saturday.
While Barca have qualified for the Last 16 of the Champions League with ease, their La Liga title defence has started extremely poorly and they suffered their third defeat in just eight league games away to Atletico Madrid two weeks ago (1-0).
Boss Ronald Koeman remains under maximum pressure at Camp Nou, however, the Dutchman has steered his side to a trio of convincing victories since that loss at Wanda Metropolitano.
Barca travel to Andalusia this weekend on the back of facile Champions League wins against Dynamo Kiev (0-4) and Ferencvaros (0-3), and most crucially a 4-0 thrashing of Osasuna last weekend which edged the Catalan giants up to seventh in the standings.
Their indifferent start means Barca are still a huge ten points behind leaders Real Sociedad, but they should at least climb further this Saturday by displacing sixth-placed Cadiz.
Alvaro Cervera’s side have made an excellent start to life in the top flight overall, however, the Yellow Submarine have picked up just one point from their last three starts while they’re yet to win in five starts at Estadio Ramon de Carranza this term (D2, L3).
So Barca should be more than capable of building some more momentum here and based on their recent goalscoring form, we’re backing the champions to win with over 2.5 goals netted in the game. In the correct score market, 1-3 stands out as the visitors have only kept once away clean sheet in four.
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