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Barcelona II VS Valladolid

Barcelona B and Valladolid face at Mini Estadi, in Barcelona, in a match for the 39th round of the Spanish second League.
The head to head history clearly favours the away team. Valladolid has won the last 4 matches between both teams and have won the last match easily with an overwhelming 7-0 score.
The last time Barcelona B managed to win points against Valladolid was in a 0-0 draw in December 2010.

Analysis of Barcelona II

The Blaugrana arrives at this match after a 2-3 away win over Mirandés: Juan Cámara, Patric and Halilovic scored the winning goals.
The home team is going through a negative moment. 4 losses in the last 6 matches have relegated the team to the 21st position, with only 36 points.
Barcelona B is the worst defence of the competition, with 69 goals conceded. In home matches, their worst period is the last 15’ of the match, in which they have suffered the most goals.
In all 19 home matches so far, only 2 have ended with no goals and 7 with no goals at halftime. Moreover, in the 8 matches in which they have conceded the first goal, they have only managed to come back once.

Confirmed Lineup: José Aurelio, Patric, D. Diagné, Sergi Palencia, Lucas Gafarot, Gerard Gumbau, A. Halilović, Sergi Samper, Joan Román, Sandro Ramírez, J. Dongou.
Coach: Jordi Vinyals.

Analysis of Real Valladolid

The Blanquivioletas arrive at this match after a home draw, against Osasuna. Miguel Flaño, from Osasuna, scored both goals, including an own goal.
The away team is in the 4th position of the league, with 66 points and still has a chance of reaching 2nd place, but for that to happen they mustn’t waste points. Be that as it may, they are on the right path to reach the first division and getting access to the playoff.
As their opponents, their worst period is the last 15’ of the match, in which they have suffered 7 goals. On the other hand, their best period is between minutes 16 and 30.

Confirmed Lineup: Javi Varas, Jesús Rueda, Peña, Javi Chica, J. Mojica, Samuel Llorca, André Leão, Timor, Óscar, H. Pérez, Roger Martí.
Coach: Rubí.

Betting suggestion:

The most likely scenario is that Valladolid will win. Although they don’t have the home advantage, the away team is more motivated to win. Moreover, the head to head history and individual player quality favour Vallodolid.

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Segunda División - 2014/2015

  • 100% 468 / 468 Games

  • Home team wins 45.09%
  • Draws 29.27%
  • Away team wins 25.64%
  • Over 1.5 70.3%
  • Over 2.5 42.95%
  • Over 3.5 22.86%
  • Goals 1152
  • Goals /match 2.46
  • Goals /match home 1.42
  • Goals /match away 1.04
  • Both teams score 48.72%
  • Goals after 80' 15.02%
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