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SPA D1Valencia VS Real Madrid, an exciting game

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Posted Sun, 15 Dec 2019 10:13:44 GMT        

Match Time:12/16/2019 04:00 Monday(GMT+8)

Spanish La Liga -- Valencia VS Real Madrid

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Valencia: Three straight wins ( Recent Form: L D W W W )

To be honest, I had already written off Valencia in September, after Chairman Peter Lim had put the extremely popular coach Marcelino on the street because of a disagreement. Successor Albert Celades initially had a hard time, but he is starting to find his way better at Mestalla. Thanks to four wins in the last five league matches, the club from the orange city is now just one point away from the Spanish top four. The big hit came last Tuesday, however, when Valencia managed to reach the eighth finals of the Champions League thanks to a 0-1 victory in Amsterdam at the expense of Ajax. The atmosphere in the dressing room and the gallery is therefore rotated 180 degrees compared to, say, three months ago. Valencia believes in its own abilities again and is not afraid of anyone. Los Che, however, are struggling with a serious injury wave and have to miss many important players, especially in the front. Among others Maxi Gomez, Kevin Gameiro and Goncalo Guedes are in the rag basket, as a result of which Ajax executioner Rodrigo Moreno will also lead the Valencian attack against Real Madrid.


Real Madrid: Has a very heavy program ( Recent Form: W D W W W )

Real Madrid can also look back on its midweek Champions League game with the 1-3 victory over Club Brugge last Wednesday. In contrast to Valencia, however, the Madrilenians were already assured of hibernation in the European million-ball, meaning that trainer Zinedine Zidane could afford to give rest to various strongholds. Among others, Thibaut Courtois, Sergio Ramos, Dani Carvajal and Karim Benzema did not appear at the kick-off in the Jan Breydel Stadium. Real Madrid is in good shape, because thanks to the mid-week victory in Bruges, De Koninklijke, with eight wins and two draws, is already ten official games in a row unbeaten. In the coming days, however, the star ensemble of Zidane will be put to the test, because barely three days after Valencia-out, El Clasico is waiting against FC Barcelona at the Camp Nou. So it could be that Zidane already takes some account of that squatter against Valencia on Sunday evening by, for example, keeping Casemiro aside. The Brazilian midfielder is of course incredibly important for the balance, but is also only a yellow card away from a suspension. The visitors also have problems with the left-back position, since both Marcelo (injured) and Ferland Mendy (suspended) are not available.



After all, despite having received 23 goals in the past 16 rounds, in 8 home games against Valencia, they have conceded only 8 times, while Real Madrid have only received 5 goals in 7 away games. since the beginning of the season. It seems that the two teams are showing certainty in the past, making goals in the next match will become more rare.


Valencia VS Real Madrid

O/U Pick: Under 3 goals


Valencia VS Real Madrid, an exciting game

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