Valencia 3-6-5, Sevilla 6-2-4
12/22/20 11:30 am
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Valencia is welcoming Sevilla to Mestalla in round 15 in the Spanish LaLiga.
Valencia is playing solid soccer as of late, and they haven’t lost any of their last 4 games while winning 1 of those 4 games. Valencia was playing against Barcelona on the road this past weekend, and they have had 28% of ball possession, 4 shots on goal, 3 corner kicks, 4 big chances created, and 75% of the correct passes. Valencia was leading in the 29th minute, but Barcelona tied the score just before the half time. In the 52nd minute Barcelona got ahead, but Valencia somehow scored another goal. Valencia was defending extremely well for the rest of the game, and this match ended in a 2-2 draw. With 15 points, 21 scored goals, and 21 conceded goals, Valencia is now in 13th place in the LaLiga standings. Soler has been the best player for Valencia so far this season with 5 goals and 4 assists. Gomez and Vallejo added 4 goals each. Cillessen, Gameiro, Lato, and Guillamon are all injured, while Racic is still questionable. Even though Valencia is rebuilding their team, they have played some really good games so far this season, but I still don’t think they will get to the Europa League spot this season.
Sevilla is now on a 4-game streak without a loss, while winning 3 of those 4 games. Sevilla is in 7th place with 20 points, only 14 scored goals, and 10 conceded goals, and that is what keeps Sevilla alive at the moment. In their latest LaLiga game, Sevilla was playing against Valladolid at home, and they were solid with 59% of ball possession, 3 shots on goal, 7 corner kicks, 2 big chances created, and 85% of the correct passes. Sevilla has had the lead since the 31st minute, but they conceded a goal in the 87th minute, and this match ended in a 1-1 draw. Sevilla is struggling in the attacking end so far this season, and En-Nesyri has scored 4 goals. Navas is the leading assistant for Sevilla with 3 assists. Escudero and Vaclik are both injured for Sevilla at this time. Defensively, Sevilla is one of the best defensive teams in LaLiga this season, but they need to improve their offense as soon as possible because I don’t think they will be able to keep up with the best teams in LaLiga while scoring a low number of goals.
Valencia hasn’t lost a home game to Sevilla since 2012, and I wouldn’t be surprised with the same outcome here as well. Sevilla is struggling in the attacking end, while Valencia has shown signs of improvement as of late. I will give Valencia a shot here for an amazing payout.