Marcelino Garcia Toral’s charges have been magnificent this campaign,after sealing a top four finish. This is on the backdrop of ending the last two campaigns in the bottom-hlaf of the log.
After bringing to an end their six-game winless streak last Saturday, with a 1-0 win over Girona, they’ll come up against the visitors with full confidence and a home advantage. Owing to this, NairaBet tips them as clear favourites at (1.40).
Knowing well that the Blues and Whites have had some impressive performances in their last three away fixtures, they are still offered odds of (7.50) and could pull off a shock despite being the division’s third-worst record holders away from home.
Three of both sides’ last five meetings has ended in a stalemate. Seeing the same result surface here at the end of 90 minutes is priced at a whopping (5.50).
Six of the last 10 head to head showdowns between these sides has seen Los Che score first. Therefore, backing similar result seems rewarding at odds of (1.35) with the same betting firm.
Both outfits have found the back of the net in four of their last five clashes in the top-flight. The bookies price a likely outcome here at (1.60).
An outcome of fewer than 1.5 goals scored in the first 45 minutes of this outing can be backed here. While the hosts have seen this surface in four of their last five home games, Clarence Seedorf’s men have seen the same result in theirs away from home. Thus, it’s a likely result here at odds of (1.85).
Valencia have won four of their last six home matches at halftime and fulltime. So, punters should go all out for this to eke out a fortune in favour of the six-time Spanish champions at odds of (2.00) with NairaBet.