The Royal Club are convinced that the current squad has the potential to return in La Liga and find success in the Copa del Rey and Champions League. How many leagues should we put on New Year’s list for Real Madrid titles in 2018 predictions? Well, let us walk you through.
In the special bets section at Vbet Sportsbook, you will be able to place your bet until January 6 on Real Madrid titles for 2018. You can choose La Liga, Copa del Rey, and Champions League to be among the trophies that Los Blancos will collect this season. Yet after El Clasico humiliation in the last game of the 2017 calendar, many doubt that Zidane’s men are able to bounce back and recoup the winning feeling. If you wish to pick Real Madrid titles in 2018 predictions, which leagues shall you choose?
Real Madrid titles in 2018 predictions: UCL the hardest challenge
Zidane won 8 titles in two years (source: Realmadrid.com)
Zidane believes that his team are capable of achieving great things in 2018. His men can steer clear of injuries, as they will do currently with no-sidelined by injury. Only their striker Karim Benzema celebrated the New Year’s Eve with slight injury, but online sportsbooks in Spain are already waiting for any new comer to fill the gap that Benzema failed to fill all along the first half of the season.
By examining the upcoming matches, next playoff in Champions League seems to be the toughest. On Valentine’s Day Zidane’s men will be on a date with PSG’s new trio. If they win the clash Real Madrid will clear the way for the finals. What other leagues to put on the list for Real Madrid titles in 2018 predictions?
Copa del Rey on target
Although Real Madrid will probably not give up the fight in La Liga until death, their huge distance from the table-topping Barcelona by 14 points will make them less obsessed this season. However Zidane will keep the run for the second seat in order to be ready to take the chance if Barca unexpectedly slip up.
Unlike his two consecutive trophies in La Liga and Champions League, Zidane failed to win Copa del Rey both as a player and as a coach. In his first season in charge of Real Madrid he did not get the chance to compete, due to Cheryshev case which saw the club expelled, and in the second season his men were knocked out by Celta Vigo in the quarter finals. So we can expect Copa del Rey to be the priority for Los Blancos.
At Vbet Sportsbook the standing odds for Real Madrid to win both Copa del Rey and Champions League are 17.00 on top of the list. Second option is La Liga and Copa del Rey with odds at 34.00. The third is La Liga and Champions League with odds at 101.00, while the last includes all three titles. We recommend you to go with the first choice which seems to be the club’s priority.