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Betting Preview: Valencia vs Celtic: Low scoring affair expected at the Mestalla

14:38 EAT 20/02/2019
Marcelino Garcia Toral
The Bats will be feeling confident and invulnerable as they look to see off the Bhoys on Thursday night

Valencia welcomes Celtic to Spain for their UEFA Europa League round of 32 second leg match at the Estadio de Mestalla.

Marcelino’s men scored twice and kept a clean sheet at Celtic Park in the first leg of this encounter. The hosts are undefeated in their previous 12 competitive games at home (W8 D4). They are also undefeated in their last eight home games in this competition with wins in the last five. With home advantage, they are clear favourites to qualify for the last 16 while they are valued at (1.57) odds to win this match with Bet365.

The Hoops have won three of their previous four away games going into this match. They managed to secure an away victory in the group stage against Rosenborg and are valued at (5.50) odds to win away from home.

A stalemate is priced at (4.40) with the same bet company.

Punters would profit if they stake on this match to produce less than three goals as previous outings between both sides have produced only five goals.

Goals from the first leg are the only goals involved in the last three matches of Los Che whereby they have kept clean sheets in those games. Six of the previous seven games of the Celts have also ended with three goals or less.

This market is priced at (1.36) odds with Bet365.

Odds correct at the time of writing. Please gamble responsibly.