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Real Madrid VS Valencia


Real Madrid and Valencia face off at Santiago Bernabéu on this match of the 36th round of La Liga.

The head to head history between the teams clearly favours the squad from the capital. On the last 159 encounters they have won 83 while only losing 43. Worth noting though that Valencia managed to win at home against Real 2-1 on the first half match of the league. 

Analysis of Real Madrid

Real Madrid is keeping the championship dream alive, in order to reach that goal they cannot lose any points and hope for a Barcelona “slip”. At the moment they are 2nd with 85 points, 2 behind the leader Barca with 28 wins 1 draw and 6 losses.

Usually Real Madrid is ruthless at home. They have won 83% of their matches at the Bernabéu with an astonishing average of 3,3 goals per game.

First halves at Real’s stadium are usually eventful with only one match in 17 reaching half-time with no goals. Despite this not a single match has reached full time with a blank score line.

Probable starters: Casillas; Carvajal, Varane, Ramos, Marcelo; Kroos, Pepe, Isco, James Rodríguez; Bale, Cristiano Ronaldo.
Coach: Carlo Ancelotti 

Confirmed Lineup: Casillas, Pepe, Arbeloa, Sergio Ramos, Fábio Coentrão, J. Rodríguez, T. Kroos, Isco, Javier Hernández, G. Bale, Cristiano Ronaldo.
Coach: Rafael Benítez.

Analysis of Valencia

Valencia is fighting hard to reach the 3rd spot held by Atletico Madrid but they must worry about Sevilla as well who are close on their tail. They are currently 4th with 72 points.

Valencia, despite being very tough at home, is somewhat irregular when visiting having only won 35% of away matches.

Goal wise, similarly to their opponents, never has an away Valencia match ended without goals with at least 2 goals being scored in 88% of their encounters.

Probable starters: Diego Alves; Barragán, Otamendi, Mustafi, Orbán; Fuego, André Gomes, Parejo; Feghouli, Piatti, Alcácer.
Coach: Nuno Espirito Santo 

Confirmed Lineup: Diego Alves, S. Mustafi, Barragán, N. Otamendi, José Gayá, S. Feghouli, Dani Parejo, P. Piatti, Javi Fuego, André Gomes, Paco Alcácer.
Coach: Nuno Espírito Santo.

Betting suggestion:

The most likely scenario for this match will be the scoring of less than one goal on the first half. It is expected that both teams will start the match off with some defensive cautions with the goals only appearing after the break due to the physical and mental tiredness of the players.
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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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