Mallorca vs Girona prediction, odds & betting tips 03/03/2024

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Mallorca and Girona players in action – Photo by Icon Sport

Mallorca will welcome Girona to Estadi Mallorca Stadium on Sunday, March 3rd. This match holds significance as Mallorca aims to escape relegation while Girona seeks to maintain their title aspirations. With Artem Dovbyk in form, Girona hopes to secure an early lead so check for La Liga's First goal-scorer prediction.

Mallorca vs Girona Prediction – Can Girona get closer to league leaders Real Madrid?

Mallorca vs Girona predictions
Our pick

🔥Hot tip

Both Teams to Score

⚽ Correct score prediction

Mallorca 1-3 Girona

⚽ Goals

Over 2.5 Goals

Key Stats

  • Girona's away form have been largely solid, with just two defeats in recent outings against Real Madrid and Athletic Bilbao.
  • Mallorca have demonstrated strength at home this season, suffering only three league losses and securing seven draws.
  • While Girona emerged victorious in the last league encounter against Mallorca, the latter gained a win over Girona in the Copa Del Rey tournament.

Pre-game odds and win probability: Girona to start as favourites

Mallorca Odds: 9/4 (3.25) – 20.8%

Draw Odds: 21/10 (3.1) – 32.3%.

Girona Odds: 5/4 (2.25) – 44.4%

*odds from Ladbrokes, subject to change

The odds for the Mallorca vs Girona match favour the visiting team, given their strong form this season and contention for the league title.

Girona had a solid away record before their two recent losses, showcasing prolific scoring. In contrast, Mallorca has faced challenges in securing wins, tallying 12 draws this season.

For those considering football betting options, the Both Teams to Score (BTTS) market presents intriguing possibilities, with odds of 17/20 (54.1%). Additionally, Girona to win the second half has a possibility of 31/20 (39.2%).

Last Five H2Hs: Both teams won two games

Spain Copa del Rey 24/01/24

Mallorca

Mallorca

3
Girona

Girona

2

Spain Primera Liga 23/09/23

Girona

Girona

5
Mallorca

Mallorca

3

Spain Primera Liga 04/05/23

Girona

Girona

2
Mallorca

Mallorca

1

Spain Primera Liga 03/09/22

Mallorca

Mallorca

1
Girona

Girona

1

Spain Segunda 30/01/21

Mallorca

Mallorca

1
Girona

Girona

0

In their last five matchups, Mallorca have won two games whereas Girona have won two games as well with one of the games ending up in a draw. The most recent game in the Copa Del Rey tournament finished 3-2 in favour of Mallorca.

Team News and Form Guide

Mallorca: Looking to avoid relegation.

Mallorca will once again be without Pablo Maffeo due to a knee injury, while Siebe Van der Heyden and Antonio Raillo return from suspensions, providing a boost for the team.

Predicted Lineup: Rajkovic, Gonzalez, Valjent, Raillo, Copete, Lato, A Sanchez, S Costa, D Rodriguez, Muriqi, Larin

Spain Primera Liga 26/05/24

W

Getafe

Getafe

1

Mallorca

Mallorca

2

Spain Primera Liga 19/05/24

D

Almeria

Almeria

2

Mallorca

Mallorca

2

Spain Primera Liga 14/05/24

D

Osasuna

Osasuna

1

Mallorca

Mallorca

1

Spain Primera Liga 11/05/24

W

Las Palmas

Las Palmas

0

Mallorca

Mallorca

1

Spain Primera Liga 04/05/24

L

Atletico Madrid

Atletico Madrid

1

Mallorca

Mallorca

0

Girona: Looking to win their first league title

Girona will miss Daley Blind, Joel Roca, and Toni Villa due to injury, but they have no fresh injury concerns ahead of the match against Mallorca.

Predicted Lineup: Gazzaniga, Couto, E Garcia, D Lopez, Gutierrez, Herrera, A Garcia, Tsyhankov, Portu, Savio, Dovbyk

Europe Friendlies 17/07/24

D

UE Olot

UE Olot

1

Girona

Girona

1

Spain Primera Liga 24/05/24

W

Granada

Granada

0

Girona

Girona

7

Spain Primera Liga 19/05/24

W

Valencia

Valencia

1

Girona

Girona

3

Spain Primera Liga 14/05/24

L

Villarreal

Villarreal

1

Girona

Girona

0

Spain Primera Liga 10/05/24

D

CD Alaves

CD Alaves

2

Girona

Girona

2

Player to Watch: Aleix Garcia

Aleix Garcia, a key midfielder for Girona, has been instrumental in their recent performances, contributing both defensively and offensively.

Aleix Garcia (Girona FC) during a La Liga match – Photo by Icon Sport

With his technical skills and vision, he has notched up three goals and four assists this season, showcasing his versatility in attack. His consistent displays in midfield will be crucial as Girona aims to maintain their title contention against Mallorca.


Jay is a soccer analyst from Canada with an in-depth knowledge of key betting markets and an appreciation of soccer history.