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Almeria and Valencia face off at the Juegos Mediterraneos stadium on this match of the 38th round of La Liga.

The head to head history favours Nuno Espirito Santo’s team: On their last 11 league games, Valencia has won 7 having only lost 2.

On the first half of the championship Valencia won at home 3-2. 

Analysis of Almería

Almeria needs a win to stay on the top Spanish league, this might prove to be a difficult task however due to Valencia’s need to score to keep the Champions league dream alive. They are currently the 19th placed team with 32 points coming from 8 wins, and 8 draws.

An interesting fact for this match is the fact that Almeria has not once won against top 13 opposition. Even so, the home team has managed to draw against some theoretically stronger teams like Villareal, Espanyol, Celta and Real Sociedad.

The team tends to suffer and score little when at home. So far they have averages of 1 goals scored per match and 1.39 conceded with only 44% of their matches ending over 2,5.

Probable starters: Rubén; Macedo, Marín, Santos, Dubarbier; Verza, Partey, Wellington, Espinosa, Jonathan; Bifouma.
Coach: Sergi Barjuán 


Confirmed Lineup: Rubén, M. Dos Santos, Míchel, Casado, S. Dubarbier, Corona, Javier Espinosa, T. Partey, Verza, T. Bifouma, J. Zongo.
Coach: Sergi Barjuan.

Analysis of Valencia

Valencia look to win this match and maintain their control of the 4th spot of the league giving them access to the Champions league playoff.

Valencia’s away road is somewhat irregular, because, despite having only 4 losses they have not won once on their last 4 league matches. They managed to grab a draw against Real at Bernabéu though.

Valencia´s away matches are synonym with goals conceded. Despite having a 1.11 goal per match average, Valencia has only kept a clean sheet on 17% of their matches.

Probable starters: Diego Alves; Barragán, Otamendi, Mustafi, Gayá; Fuego, Enzo Pérez, Parejo; Feghouli, Piatti, Alcácer.
Coach: Nuno Espírito Santo


Confirmed Lineup: Diego Alves, S. Mustafi, Barragán, N. Otamendi, José Gayá, S. Feghouli, Dani Parejo, R. de Paul, Javi Fuego, E. Pérez, Paco Alcácer.
Coach: Nuno Espírito Santo.

Betting suggestion:

The most likely scenario for this match will be both teams to score at least one goal. We think this will be a very close game, one where Valencia, due to their superior quality, should win. Even so, with both defences being much better than both attacks, a high scoring match is to be expected.

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Primera División - 2014/2015

  • 100% 380 / 380 Games

  • Home team wins 45%
  • Draws 23.95%
  • Away team wins 31.05%
  • Over 1.5 73.68%
  • Over 2.5 48.42%
  • Over 3.5 26.58%
  • Goals 1009
  • Goals /match 2.66
  • Goals /match home 1.54
  • Goals /match away 1.12
  • Both teams score 46.84%
  • Goals after 80' 17.15%
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