Betting tips: Why Real Madrid’s Ronaldo is set to net against Granada

Betting tips: El Tipstro is backing Cristiano Ronaldo to score at least twice for Real Madrid against Granada on Sunday

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Cristiano Ronaldo has scored two goals this season Photo: Soccer.ru, via Wikimedia

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After a difficult start to the defence of their La Liga crown, El Tipstro is backing Cristiano Ronaldo to fire Real Madrid towards their first win against Granada on Sunday.

The Tipster’s European cousin is tipping both sides to score and over 3.5 goals at the Bernabéu, while also backing Barcelona to be winning at half-time and full-time against Valencia in the late kick-off.

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Ronaldo to score two goals or more v Granada – 20/21

Ronaldo will be itching to prove a point after missing out on Uefa’s Best Player in Europe award in Monaco this week. By the 27-year-old’s high standards, he has made a slow start to the season and is yet to net in the new campaign. El Tipstro’s opening bet is Ronaldo to score two goals or more against Granada at 20/21.
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Over 3.5 goals in Real Madrid v Granada – 4/5

José Mourinho’s side are yet to win a game this season in La Liga, and they will be desperate to get three points against Granada. Madrid were 5-1 winners in this fixture last season, while also beating Granada 5-1 away. El Tipstro is backing over 3.5 goals between Madrid and Granada at 4/5.
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Both teams to score in Real Madrid v Granada – 11/8

The La Liga champions have struggled defensively in the current campaign, and Iker Casillas is yet to keep a clean sheet in four games. Granada and Madrid scored in their two meetings last season, and El Tipstro reckons both teams to score at the Bernabéu on Sunday is a great bet at 11/8.
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Barcelona to be winning at half-time/full-time v Valencia – 4/7

Barcelona have heaped early pressure on Madrid by winning their opening two La Liga fixtures, beating Real Socidead 5-1 and securing a 2-1 victory at Osasuna. The Catalans have been winning at half-time and full-time in 14 of their last 15 games. El Tipstro is backing Barça to be ahead at the interval, and then go on to claim three points against Valencia at 4/7.
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The long shot: Messi to score three or more v Valencia – 15/4

While Ronaldo has struggled to impress to date, Lionel Messi has been as consistent as ever. The Argentina international has already scored four goals in two appearances for Barcelona. The 25-year-old scored a hat-trick in a 5-1 victory over Valencia at the Camp Nou last season. So El Tipstro’s ambitious long shot for this edition is Messi to score three goals or more against Valencia at 15/4.
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