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Topic: Granada vs Valencia - Copa del Rey 8th Finals 14/01/16 19:00  (Read 173 times)

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      Analysis: Granada vs Valencia (14 January 2016)
      « Reply #1 on: January 12 2016, 18:36 »

      Granada and Valencia face at Estadio Nuevo Los Cármenes, Granada, in a 2nd leg match for the 8th finals of Rey Cup. In the 1st leg match Valencia has beaten Granada by 4-0.
       
      The head to head history favours Valencia, since in the last 10 matches they register 9 wins and 1 loss. It’s important to notice that Valencia has won the 2 head to heads played this season.

      Analysis of Granada

      Granada comes to this match after a 4-0 loss against Barcelona, so they now register 2 consecutive losses. The home team is currently in the 17th position, with 17 points won.
       
      In the previous round of Copa del Rey Granada eliminated Leganés, after a 2-1 away loss and a 1-0 home win. In the last 10 matches they register averages of 0,9 goals scored and 2,2 conceded per match.
       
      Moreover, the home team opened up the score in 3 of these matches and always held on to the lead. Coach José Ramón Sandoval will not be able to count on Piti, Dimitri Foulquier, Musavu and Thievy Bifouma, who are all recovering from injuries.

      Analysis of Valencia

      Valencia comes to this match after a 2-0 away loss against Real Sociedad, so they now register 2 consecutive wins. Coach Gary Neville’s team is currently in the 11th position of La Liga, with 23 points won.
       
      To reach this stage of the competition they have eliminated Barakaldo in the 16th finals, after a 1-3 away win and a 2-0 home win. In the last 10 matches they register averages of 1,5 goals scored and 1,2 conceded per match.
       
      Valencia opened up the score in only 2 of these matches, but always held on to the lead. Recovering from injuries are Diego Alves, Feghouli, Gaya, André Gomes, Enzo Pérez and Bakkali.

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      The most likely scenario is that there will be a few goals in this match. Due to the need to win of Granada and the offensive quality of the away team, we believe it will be an open match with goal opportunities for both teams. Moreover, the last matches of both Granada and Valencia have ended with a few goals.


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