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It’s clear that the tittle contender, Real made it five wins on the run when they made the trip to bottom of the table Espanyol on Sunday
And its in courtesy of a solitary first-half strike from the Real Madrid star player and also Brazilian midfielder Casemiro.
Getafe picked up their first win since returning to action in June at home to Real Sociedad on Monday night, thanks to a brace from Mata.
Both of these teams have only actually lost just one of their last six league games but with five wins during that period
it’s Real Madrid that claims the title of clear form favourites heading into Thursday’s clash.
Fans thinking a home win this Thursday is backed up by plenty of stats including the recent head to head record between the two clubs
their form heading into the game and their records at home and on the road so far this season.
Real Madrid have enjoyed playing against their neighbours Getafe in recent years, claiming six wins from the duo’s last seven encounters in la Liga.
The hosts have won 12 of their 16 home games so far this season and are yet to suffer a defeat in their own backyard
The visitors, Getafe have picked up one win, one loss and four draws from their last six matches
while the Sergio Ramos and Hazard side, Real Madrid have won five times and lost once during that same period.
The hosts have kept clean sheets in each of their last three games against Getafe as well as in three of their five matches played in June.
The Real Madrid side score an average of less than 3 goals per home game and concede an average of 0.63 goals
which ties in perfectly with which sides fan thinks will win on Thursday. The hosts have kept clean sheets in nine of their 16 home games
When these two sides Real Madrid and Getafe last went head to head for their reverse league fixture in January
Meanwhile, Real Madrid cruised to a 3-0 victory at the Coliseum Alfonso Perez thanks to an own goal from Soria and second-half efforts from Varane and Modric.