Valencia predictions with latest odds and stats
- Number of Bets: 29
- Winning Bets: 10
- Average Odds: 2.47
- Overall Stake : 216
- Profit: 171.97
- Yield: -20.38 %
After breaking club record by tremendous unbeaten run Valencia manage to achieve the fourth table spot at the finish of the season and qualify for the Champions League. The problem was the beginning of the campaign when they had recorded many drawn matches and if take a look on results in this season they have started in a similar manner.
The main challenge for coach Marcelino are home matches since the team is counter-attack oriented and face difficulties to break defensive-minded tactics.
However, after a few great performances, Los Che upset Barcelona in the final of the Copa del Rey and won the first trophy in the last eleven years and with qualifying for Champions League every Valencia supporter has to be delightful.
Judging by betting odds it is hard to believe that Los Che could repeat that success in this season and become regular Champions League contender. The betting odds on Valencia to finish in the top four are about 6.00, while odds on the top-six finish are about 1.90 and it is more worth to think to bet on.
Valencia Key Players
After a few rounds of the new season, it is obvious that the biggest investment in this transfer window, Maxi Lopez, started to pay-off by some important scorings. Anyway, the old problem is still present, so finding a way to beat some underdogs is the most difficult task for Marcelino team. Consequently, the results are expected from the most creative players in a squad and in case of Valencia all eyes are on the captain, Deni Parejo.
Supporters hope that new young prospects such as Ferran Torres and South-Korean, Lee Kang could bring some new creative ideas at Mestalla.
The main local rivals Los Che see in Levante and Villareal. Matches between Valencia and Levante are named as Derby del Turia, while on the other hand, clashes between Villareal and Valencia are called Derby de la Comunitat.
Both top Spanish clubs, Real Madrid and Barcelona are not welcomed at Mestalla since domestic supporters always fire up atmosphere and matches are full of tension and excitement at the same time.
Valencia was founded in 1919. and have played domestic matches from 1923. at Mestalla stadium with a capacity of 52600 seats.
Los Ches with means The Mates are nicknamed Oranges as well, due to huge orange production in the Valencia region.
The supporters sing club’s anathema Pasodoble on Valencian language before every match to heat up the atmosphere.
Valencia won six title trophies in Spanish top league, the last one at 2003/04 season and Copa del Rey in eight occasions, including the last season.