The champions of Spain have seen goal scores scored in their last three matches in all competitions and we support this trend continuing.
Real Madrid host Huesca on Saturday at the Alfredo Di Stéfano Stadium of the Spanish League, while Zinedine Zidane's men seek to return to the path of victory.
Los Blancos drew 2-2 with Borussia Monchengladbach on Tuesday in the UEFA Champions League, while their last league game at home saw a loss to newly-promoted Cádiz.
Between these two games, Real Madrid beat Barcelona 3-1 in El Clásico and Zidane hopes his team will repeat its offer at the Camp Nou this weekend.
Real Madrid vs Huesca equal the last odds
The visitors conceded a goal in the last minute in a 3-2 loss on their last visit to Real Madrid in March 2019 and offered Michel's men at bet 365 to emulate their newly promoted Cadiz teammates.
For their part, the Spanish champions could be backed by a draw.
Real Madrid Huesca match news
Right-back Danny Carvajal, Nacho Fernández, and Álvaro Odriozola will play for Real Madrid with Martin Odegaard, but Eden Hazard can enter the league for the first time this season after facing Borussia Monchengladbach.
The visitors will miss defender Pedro Lopez, while midfielder Mikel Rico will likely miss the Coronavirus and suspects Shinji Okazaki has a muscle problem.
Real Madrid vs Huesca preview
Real Madrid's last two home games had disastrous performances in the first half from which he was unable to recover at the end.
However, in Germany on Tuesday and earlier at Camp Nou, the team has improved a lot from the start and Zidane hopes to see immediate strength from his part.
Much has been said about Real Madrid's lack of goal threat, but they have managed to score at least two goals in five of their last seven games, while Huesca has scored in three of their four away games, which came in Villarreal and Valencia. And Real Sociedad.
Supporting the move in Saturday's game seems like a strong angle, but it's also tough to face Real Madrid when playing at home.
Tips and predictions for the Real Madrid Huesca game
If Real Madrid wins more than 2.5 goals in the match, it seems like a powerful way to attract the locals.
Eight of the champions' last 12 games have seen at least three goals, and Saturday's game is likely to follow suit.