It’s not been a strong start to the new campaign for Los Che after failing to claim victory in any of their opening two games.
Los Granotas did manage to win at Real Betis on the opening day before losing at home to Celta Vigo last time out.
Through in terms of structure, strength and achievements, Valencia is a much bigger club than Levante, however the men in red and blue stripes have won four of their last five league derbies with Valencia, drawing the other.
What’s more is that Paco Lopez’s men have not lost any of their last six La Liga games against sides from the Valencian Community while Marcelino Garcia Toral’s side have won just one in their last five derbies on the road.
All this points to the possibility of Levante bagging a very big win on their turf which is priced at (3.55).
Both sides playing out a stalemate is available at odds of (3.50) with the same firm.