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Valencia vs Villarreal Betting Tips
- Updated: 18th April 2019
Valencia vs Villarreal – Europa League :Slavia Prague, the current leaders of the Czech league
On a match counting towards the 2nd leg of the Europa League’s quarter-finals.
Valencia is in 6th place of La Liga with 49 points conquered, thanks to a record of 11 victories, 16 draws and 5 losses.
Their goal ratio counts with 36 goals scored and 27 goals conceded, presenting an average of 2 goals per match.
Their record at the Mestalla has been very strong, with the team only getting 1 loss on the 17 rounds played in front of their own fans.
The ché side eliminated Krasnodar and Celtic on the previous rounds of the Europa League.
Villarreal currently sits in 15th place of La Liga with 33 points conquered, thanks to a record of 7 victories, 12 draws and 13 losses.
In terms of goals, they count with 40 goals scored and 45 goals conceded, which results on an average of 2.7 goals per match.
Their record away from home has been the least productive, with the team getting 4 wins on the 16 rounds played away from the El Madrigal. On this Europa League, the “Yellow Submarine” has already eliminated Sporting and Zenit.
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Valencia vs Villarreal – Betting Tip and Prediction: :
The 1st leg encounter at the El Madrigal finished with a 3-1 victory for Valencia, which means they don’t have a foot and a half on the next round.
Playing at the Mestalla has been a nightmare for those who visit it and I believe it won’t be any different here, with Valencia having conditions to win again.
Rodrigo Morena is dealing with some physical issues, Kevin Gameiro is on a goalscoring drought, Santi Mina scored a brace on the last match, but he was coming off a long drought and therefore, the spotlight on Valencia’s attack goes to Gonçalo Guedes.
The Portuguese international is going through a great period and they come into this match on a hot goalscoring streak of with 4 goals scored on the last 4 matches they’ve played.
We should see the biggest danger on the side of the hosts coming out of his feet, and I see a lot of value in exploring these tasty odds.
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