*The odds in this article were correct at the time of writing, but are subject to change.
All eyes will be on the Estadio Alfredo di Stefano as Real Madrid and Valerenga women square off against each other on Wednesday. Which of these teams will reign supreme at the end of this two-legged tie?
Real Madrid vs Valerenga Women betting tips
This match takes place on Wednesday 11th October. Kick-off time is set for 19:00 BST.
Valerenga not to lose
- Valerenga are currently on an eight-match unbeaten run.
- Valerenga lost just once in their last 36 matches across all competitions.
- Valerenga lost once in their last 17 games away from home.
Both teams to get on the scoresheet
- While Real Madrid scored in 14 consecutive games, Valerenga found the net in all of their last eight matches.
- Four of Real Madrid's last six games featured goals at both ends.
- Both teams found the back of the net in all of Valerenga's last six matches.
Real Madrid vs Valerenga Women odds comparison, stats and h2h numbers
Now that we've sorted out our Real Madrid vs Valerenga Women predictions, you can find some of the best stats for this match here, along with the right tools to help you choose the best odds.
Real Madrid odds: 3/50 (1.06) – 94.3%
Draw odds: 10/1 (11.00) – 9.1%
Valerenga odds: 22/1 (23.00) – 4.3%
As it stands, Real Madrid are the expected winners at 3/50 (1.06). Teams with these odds generally have a 94.3 percent probability of winning. It's also worth exploring the over/under goals market. The over 2.5 option is priced at 3/10 (1.30) with an implied probability of 76.9 percent, while the under 2.5 option is valued at a mouthwatering 31/10 (4.10) with a probability of 24.4 percent.
*These odds come from different bookmakers, and therefore the probabilities won't always add up to 100%.
You can also find our best football tips for today in this article.
Real Madrid vs Valerenga Women lineups
Real Madrid have been unstoppable these past few weeks; they have won five matches in a row, scoring 13 goals in the process. Alberto Toril's side will need to be at their best if they intend to defeat an in-form Valerenga side.
Predicted lineups: Rodriguez, Hernandez, Andres, Galvez, Svava, Toletti, Zornoza, Carmona, Raso, Møller, Bruun.
On the other hand, Valerenga have proven to be a difficult team to beat; they have no losses in their last eight matches, with just one loss in their last 36 games. The visitors will hope to keep their unbeaten run intact as they make the trip to the Estadio Alfredo di Stefano. It'll be interesting to see how they'll match-up against Real Madrid.
Predicted lineups: Tompkins, Kovacs, Thorsnes, Sigurdardottir, Sævik, Vickius, Arnesen, Pettersen, Tvedten, Rogic Lofwenius.
*Lineups will be automatically updated shortly after they're announced.
Player to watch: Signe Bruun
Signe Bruun scored the only goal in Real Madrid's 1-0 win over Villarreal last weekend; she has now scored in three consecutive matches. The Danish player has put up some solid performances for Real Madrid since she joined from Lyon this summer; she bagged five goals in her last five appearances for the club. It'll be interesting to see if Bruun can extend her scoring streak to four matches.