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Analysis of Valencia

Valencia is currently in the 8th position of La Liga, with 5 points won, after 1 win and 2 draws.
 
In 3 rounds Valencia only played a single match at home and tied 1-1 against Deportivo La Coruña, currently in the 7th position. It’s worth noticing that Valencia comes to this match after a 0-1 away win over Sporting Gijón, currently in the 17th position.
 
In this match against Betis, Valencia has the home advantage, so they will try to use that to get their first home win and climb a few places in the table.
 
Probable Line-up: Jaume Doménech, A. Abdennour, S. Mustafi, João Cancelo, José Gayá, E. Pérez, Javi Fuego, S. Feghouli, Dani Parejo, Negredo, P. Piatti.

Confirmed Lineup: Jaume Doménech, S. Mustafi, Barragán, A. Abdennour, L. Orbán, S. Feghouli, Dani Parejo, Javi Fuego, André Gomes, Paco Alcácer, Rodrigo.
Coach: Pako Ayestarán.

Analysis of Real Betis

Betis is currently in the 9th position, with 4 points won. They have alternated between positive and negative results and therefore register 1 win, 1 draw and 1 loss.
 
In their 3 league matches they have played as the home team only once and lost 5-0 against Real Madrid. They come to this match after a 1-0 home win in the last round over Real Sociedad, currently in the 16th position.
 
In this match against Valencia they no longer have the home advantage, so they should once again have a hard time trying to win against a strong team, as in the match against Real Madrid.
 
Probable Line-up: Adán, H. Westermann, Bruno González, C. Piccini, Joaquín, A. N´Diaye, J. Vargas, Petros, Portillo, Rubén Castro, Jorge Molina.

Confirmed Lineup: Adán, Bruno González, Molinero, H. Westermann, J. Vargas, Joaquín, Portillo, A. N'Diaye, Dani Ceballos, Rubén Castro, Jorge Molina.
Coach: Juan Merino.

Betting suggestion:

In this match Valencia has many things going for them: the home advantage, a better league standing and a better squad; therefore, they will fight for the win to improve their situation in the table. On the other hand, Betis isn’t as strong as Valencia, despite the win in the last round, and should struggle to avoid losing this away match against a strong team. Therefore, the most likely scenario is that Valencia will win.
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Primera División - 2015/2016

  • 100% 380 / 380 Games

  • Home team wins 48.16%
  • Draws 24.21%
  • Away team wins 27.63%
  • Over 1.5 76.58%
  • Over 2.5 51.58%
  • Over 3.5 28.95%
  • Goals 1043
  • Goals /match 2.74
  • Goals /match home 1.62
  • Goals /match away 1.13
  • Both teams score 50.26%
  • Goals after 80' 17.64%
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