Valencia leaves the Mediterranean waters to head over to the Atlantic coastal region of Galicia to face Celta Vigo and offers decent odds to win on the road.The Bats are coming off a big 1-1 draw with Barcelona which is only the third game this seaosn in which Messi and Co. gave up any points.
Though that point will give the team some momentum heading into this weekend's match, on the road Valencia hasn't been the greatest of squads with a record of 3-5-2 (W-L-T) -- which is the worst away record out of the top seven La Liga clubs -- and it has scored less than a goal while away from the Mestalla.
Valencia is without question an inconsistent team, but as of late the club has only lost once in its last six league matches, which was a thrashing at the hands of Real Madrid. Its opposition in Celta Vigo obviously doesn't possess nearly the same quality as Madrid and is slightly above average with a record of 4-2-2 in its eight home contests this year.
Celta has only one win in its last nine games, and a number of those have been low-scoring draws.
Naturally, as a result of that, one bet that looks to be on the mark is going to be the under 2.5 at 1.73. Celta games have produced 21 goals, but matches involving the team have remarkably only gone over the 2.5 mark once in the last 11 league contests.
In the outrights, the home side can be taken at 2.72 while they are being offered at 1.95 in the Asian handicap, both at Uwin.com. Valencia is paying out 1.81 in the AH and a much better 2.56 in the outrights.
With Valencia needing at least a point to keep pace for a spot in the Champions League - the club is two points from fourth place Malaga - it offers decent value here to take all three points.
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