Valencia

form

All
VAL 2 - 0 CEL
W
RMA 2 - 0 VAL
L
ATH 1 - 1 VAL
D
VAL 1 - 0 ELC
W
SEV 3 - 0 VAL
L
ATM 3 - 1 VAL
L
VAL 1 - 1 OSA
D
ALC 0 - 2 VAL
W
VAL 1 - 1 CAD
D
VAL 0 - 1 SEV
L
Atlético Madrid

form

All
ATM 0 - 1 CHE
L
ATM 0 - 2 LEV
L
LEV 1 - 1 ATM
D
GRA 1 - 2 ATM
W
ATM 2 - 2 CEL
D
CAD 2 - 4 ATM
W
ATM 3 - 1 VAL
W
EIB 1 - 2 ATM
W
ATM 2 - 0 SEV
W
COR 1 - 0 ATM
L
Head to Head
20 Matches (7 Draws)
2 Total wins 11
2 Home wins 7
0 Away wins 4
Last 5 Matches
0 Wins
2 Draw
3 Wins
ATM 3 - 1 VAL
VAL 0 - 1 ATM
VAL 2 - 2 ATM
ATM 1 - 1 VAL
ATM 3 - 2 VAL
6 Goals Scored 10
Games Over 2.5 Goals 3 / 5
Both Teams Scored 4 / 5
Team Comparison
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  • Distribution
  • Discipline
Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Valencia have failed to win any of their last 11 LaLiga games against Atlético de Madrid (D5 L6), since a 3-1 win in October 2014 - their longest current winless run against an opponent in the top-flight.
  2. At home, Valencia are winless in their last five LaLiga games against Atlético de Madrid (D3 L2), and could equal their longest run without a win at home against them in the competition: six between January 1973 and January 1978 (D2 L4).
  3. Valencia have only lost one of their last seven LaLiga games at Mestalla (W4 D2), the only one in this run that they failed to score in, 0-2 vs Real Betis in October.
  4. Atlético de Madrid are unbeaten in their last 11 away LaLiga games (W5 D6), their longest run without a defeat in the competition since 2017 (GP20 W12 D8).
  5. Atlético de Madrid are the only LaLiga side this season that have failed to collect a single point courtesy of a goal scored in the second half.
  6. Atlético de Madrid are the only LaLiga side that haven’t trailed for a single minute this season whilst Valencia have been behind for a total of 361 minutes - more than any other side in the division.
  7. Atlético de Madrid’s Ángel Correa has scored in three of his last four LaLiga games against Valencia – only against Granada (4) has he scored more goals in the competition than he has vs the Valencian side (3).
  8. Carlos Soler has scored four of Valencia’s last five goals at home in LaLiga, with all of them coming from the penalty spot. The only Valencia player to score more penalty goals at Mestalla in a single LaLiga season in the 21st Century was David Villa (seven in the 2008/09).
  9. Valencia boss Javi Gracia is unbeaten in his three home LaLiga managerial games against Atlético de Madrid (W2 D1), one for Osasuna and two for Málaga.
  10. Atlético de Madrid boss Diego Simeone has only lost two of their 21 managerial games against Valencia in all competitions (W11 D8), with both defeats coming in LaLiga and at the Mestalla (0-2 in November 2012 and 1-3 in October 2014).
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