Tito Vilanova's side suffered a scare against Osasuna as they had to come from a goal down but a Lionel Messi double ensured they maintained their 100 per cent record in the league.
It's unsurprising to see them at a short price, priced as they are at 2/9 (1.22) to claim another victory on home soil. A draw is priced at 5/1 (6.0).
Prior to their Supercopa loss to Real Madrid in midweek, Barcelona had recorded three straight wins in competitive matches, but in that time they also failed to keep a clean sheet, an issue that will be of concern to Vilanova considering how easily the Madrid attack exposed them on Wednesday night.
Valencia haven't recorded a clean sheet in either of their league games so far this season and they conceded two late goals against newly promoted Deportivo La Coruna as they surrendured a two-goal lead in their 3-3 draw. All things considered, the 5/6 (1.83) on both teams to score does appeal and should be the main selection for this match.
The goalscorer markets are particularly tough to call, as always with Barcelona, Lionel Messi is just 15/8 (2.88) to score first with Alexis Sanchez available at an industry best 5/1 (6.0).
Roberto Soldado will lead the line for Valencia and he's an 11/1 (12.0) shot to score first. Soldado hit a first half double in the Deportivo match and should be full of confidence, for those who believe he could find the net twice again, he's available at a massive 20/1 (21.0) to do so.
For a another potential bet, consider backing Barcelona to record another win in a high scoring match. The home win with over 3.5 goals in the game is a 6/5 (2.20) shot and could worthy of a smaller stake. But for a bigger priced value bet, back Soldado to continue his goalscoring run, the 27-year-old striker is 13/5 (3.60) to score anytime.
|Both Teams to Score at 5/6 (1.83) with Bet365
||Roberto Soldado to score anytime at 13/5 (3.60) with Bet365|
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Jim Knight is Betting Editor at Goal.com and has been tipping football games since he was old enough to place a bet. He is a Leicester City fan, writer and member of the We Are Going Up Podcast
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