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Analysis of Valencia

Valencia is currently in the 11th position of La Liga, after 5 wins, 7 draws and 5 losses. In the last 5 rounds they tied 3 times and lost twice, showing they are going through a negative form moment in the league.

In the last home match they tied 2-2 against Real Madrid (3rd). The away team opened up the score by Karim Benzema (16’), but Valencia tied by Daniel Parejo (46’). Real scored again near the end by Gareth Bale (82’), but Francisco Alcacer (83’) got the equalizer for Valencia.

In this Rey Cup they qualified after beating Barakaldo (from the 3rd division). In the 1st leg they won 1-3 in the away match, with goals by Alain Arroyo (16’) the home team and João Cancelo (19’), Jose Gaya (65’) and Daniel Parejo (90’) for Valencia. In the second leg they won again, this time by 2x0, with goals by Santi Mina (8’) and Alvaro Negredo (31’).

Valencia should play a good match at home, trying to get a comfortable result in this 1st leg home match, to take a good advantage for the second leg.

Confirmed Lineup: M. Ryan, Aderllan Santos, Barragán, L. Orbán, Rúben Vezo, Javi Fuego, Dani Parejo, E. Pérez, Álvaro Negredo, Rodrigo, Santi Mina.
Coach: Pako Ayestarán.

Analysis of Granada

They are currently in the 17th position of the Primera Division, after 4 wins, 5 draws and 9 losses. Granada is trying to move up in the table, but in the last 5 rounds they register 2 wins and 3 losses.

In their last match for Primera Division they won 2-1 against Sevilla (9th). Granada opened up the match by Success Isaac (17’) and scored the second by Adalberto Penaranda (37’). Sevilla scored by Vitolo (46’), but it wasn’t ebough to avoid losing.

In this Rey Cup they eliminated Leganes, a team from the second division. In the 1st leg match, Leganes won at home by 2-1, with goals by Guillermo (10’) and Julian Ramos Omar (38’) for Leganes and Fran Rico (74’), for Granda. In the 2nd leg match Granada won at home by 1-0, with a goal by Youssef El Arabi (68’).

we expect Granada to once again be able to score, since they scored in the 2 matches against Leganes.

Confirmed Lineup: I. Kelava, U. Agbo, Mainz, C. Biraghi, Dória, Miguel Lopes, J. Babin, R. Krhin, Rubén Rochina, A. Peñaranda, I. Success.
Coach: José González.

Betting suggestion:

Valencia is a much stronger team at home, coming from 5 wins for La Liga, 3 of them at home, including a 1-0 win over this very same Granada. Therefore, we expect Valencia to win or at least get a draw.
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Copa del Rey - 2015/2016

  • 99% 111 / 112 Games

  • Home team wins 57.66%
  • Draws 9.91%
  • Away team wins 32.43%
  • Over 1.5 80.18%
  • Over 2.5 52.25%
  • Over 3.5 28.83%
  • Goals 305
  • Goals /match 2.75
  • Goals /match home 1.63
  • Goals /match away 1.12
  • Both teams score 48.65%
  • Goals after 80' 21.31%
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