BetKing Preview: Valencia v Real Betis: Back a first half stalemate

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With the Andalusians aiming for a place in Europe next season, they will looking to make life difficult for Los Che this weekend

Fourth-placed Valencia play host to ninth-placed Real Betis for their Spanish Primera Division encounter at the Mestalla on Sunday night.

Marcelino Garcia Toral’s men will be targeting victory once again having won the reverse fixture 6-3 at Benito Villamarín.

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Though they were held in their last outing by Athletic Club no thanks to Oscar De Marcos’ effort, however, prior to the tie, they won their last three games and will be looking to return to winning ways at the odds of (1.50) with BetKing.

Punters who are bold can back a stalemate at a chunky (4.75) bearing in mind that only eight of their previous 41 games ended in a draw.

For the Green-and-Whites, they will be expected to go toe-to-toe with their hosts as they continue to chase a Europa League spot.

Their last visit saw them thump the Oranges and will have to really be at their best if they hope to repeat the feat having been tagged as underdogs for the tie at (6.20) following their unimpressive showing in the reverse fixture.

Valencia v Real Betis

The first-half result in three of their previous five meetings ended in a deadlock and (2.62) is on offer for another stalemate in that period.

Both sides were on target in their last meeting and seeing that same result repeat itself is available at the price of (1.55) .

Toral’s charges have registered eight goals in their last four encounters and BetKing is offering (1.13) for two or more goals to surface here.