Valencia and Real Madrid will face off in a duel between historic Spanish footballers on this 35th matchday of the Santander league, as Valencia fight to retain the category and Madrid have nothing left to fight after the champion’s elimination.
The estimated odds assume a very close duel: 31% for Valencia to win, 27% for a draw and 42% for Real Madrid to win.
Below we review them Preview between Valencia and Real Madrid for the Santander League.
Schedule and where to watch Valencia – Real Madrid
|COMPETITION:||Santander League, Day 35|
|DATE:||Sunday May 21, 2023|
|HOUR:||At 6:30 p.m|
|WHERE TO PLAY:||Mestalla Stadium|
|WHERE TO SEE:||Movistar+|
How does Valencia arrive?
With a 3 point advantage over relegation is Valencia and on condition that there are several teams arriving in worse circumstances. They seem to have improved a little lately and we saw the last game draw 2-1 at Balaídos thanks to goals from Kluivert and Alberto Mari, in a clash that saw Gabriel Paulista sent off in the final minutes.
Valencia still have to travel to Mallorca and Benito Villamarín and host Espanyol at the Mestalla.
Against the Eleven, Valencia will lose their two starters Diakhaby and Gabriel Paulista through suspension, while injured Marcos André and Mosquera will also miss the game.
How Real Madrid arrives
Real Madrid will come into this game a bit dejected after losing and being knocked out of the Champions League by Manchester City, which hit them like a roller after the 4-0 win.
With Madrid keeping a clean sheet, they only have to fight for second place in the table, which for a team like this is an insignificant fight that might not even deserve to be fought by Ancelotti’s men. They defeated Getafe 1-0 in the last matchday of the league and at the end of the season they have to visit Pizjuán and host Athletic Bilbao.
That Courtois was brilliant at the Etihad despite the win is doubtful, the only one for Ancelotti.
Possible directions Valencia
Mamardashvili; Thierry Correia, Comert, Ozkacar, José Gaya; Nico González, Guerra; Kluivert, Almeida, Samuel Lino, and Edinson Cavani.
Possible line-ups for Real Madrid
lunin; Dani Carvajal, Militao, Rüdiger, David Alaba; Fede Valverde, Tchouameni, Camavinga; Asensio, Benzema and Vinicius.
What can you bet on in Valencia – Real Madrid?
|Betting Valencia – Real Madrid||rates in bet365|
|Valencia win or draw||1.66|
|Valencia wins without a draw||2.25|
|Over 2.5 goals||1.72|
|Valencia receives the 1st card||1.66|
|Samuel Lino has an attempt on goal||1.57|
We will forecast in favor of Valenciabut since it is such a complicated game with more prudent alternatives e.g. B. The team that scores gets paid [1.66]or that they win without a tie, which the bet would be returned to if it ends in a tie and is odds of [2.25].
We have other bets on this game which are paid on the 2.5 goals that are at the odds [1.72], or that Valencia sees the first card of the game. It would be logical that risking their consistency would make them more aggressive and let’s not forget that they have already seen 79 yellow cards and 7 red cards while Real Madrid have only 59 yellow cards and 2 red cards.
From the players we will choose Samuel Lino, for whom a quota will be paid [1.57] shoot between the 3 sticks. The Valencia striker, who has scored 5 league goals, averages 2.6 shots per game. Odds of winning with earned bet365.
*Contingents received on 05/19/2023 at 16:40 The information provided does not guarantee the success of the bets. Fees may vary.