Another week, another Primera Liga match. This time around its 3rd place Valencia facing 6th place Real Betis. With both teams winning 4 of their first 7 fixtures, who has the advantage?
Real Betis – (2.62)
Valencia – (2.70)
Draw – (3.20)
Goal Over/Under – 2.5
Over – (1.65)
Under – (2.20)
Both Teams to Score
Yes – (1.53)
No – (2.37)
The differences between these two clubs are few and far between. Both come in having the third and fourth goal totals respectively, 15 for Valencia and 14 for Real Betis. Only 2 points separate them on the league table, as Valencia has been able to turn in a 4-3-0 record, where Real has put up a 4-1-2. The two losses come from their real disadvantage in this match, and that is their allowing 11 goals to Valencia’s 7.
But that’s not to say Real Betis can’t put up a dominant performance, with their forwards sharing the goal scoring wealth. Antonio Sanabria and Sergio Leon both have 4, and Joaquin has 3, all combining for 11 of their 14 tallies. They’ve scored 4 goes in both of their last two matches, and before last weeks 4-4 draw they had only allowed 5 in their last 4 games.
On the other side, Valencia is coming in with a 3 game winning streak after finishing a 3 match streak that ended with all of their draws on the year. They’ve also allowed 4 of their 7 goals against in their last 2 matches, showing Valencia is just outscoring other teams in shootouts right now. And scoring for them is Simon Zaza and Rodrigo Moreno, combining for 10 of their 15 goals.
Real Betis 2 – 2 Valencia
Looking at both squads, there is just no domination across the board. While neither club is losing right now, they are doing the right things to cancel each other out; Zaza is on fire for Valencia, but Real Betis is doing well enough to keep balls out of the net. Real Betis is scoring just as well, but Valencia’s thin defense has only been a recent occurrence.
We feel these squads will Draw (3.20), will hit Over 2.5 goals (1.65) and for both clubs to score (1.53).Bet Now!