Valencia vs. Real Madrid La Liga Betting Tips and Preview

Valencia vs. Real Madrid, La Liga

Real Madrid will be hoping to continue their revival from a devastating three defeats in six days last month as they travel to an in-form Valencia side on Wednesday evening. Madrid are slight favourites for this game against a side who have lost just four league games all season.

Where and when: Estadio de Mestalla, Valencia – 3 April, kick-off 20:30

Where you can see Valencia vs. Real Madrid: William Hill, Eleven Sports

Last time: Madrid ran out 2-0 victors during their meeting in Madrid earlier this season, at the start of December thanks to a Daniel Wass own goal and Lucas Vazquez strike. Valencia’s last win in the fixture was a 2-1 triumph in February 2017 at the Mestalla.

Valencia double chance 4/6 Offer Williamhill
Over 3.5 goals 31/20 Offer Betvictor
Gareth Bale anytime scorer 37/20 Offer 888sport

Valencia vs. Real Madrid Predictions and Preview

Valencia are unbeaten in 16 games in all competitions and have just one loss in their last 15 La Liga outings – they are now up to sixth in the standings and are just three points from Getafe in fourth.

Real Madrid are out of the title race in La Liga – they languish 12 points behind league leaders Barcelona and are also out of all cup competitions.

Recent league victories over struggling Real Valladolid, Celta Vigo and Huesca do not carry great significance, although the return of boss Zinedine Zidane has revitalised the club and rejuvenated their confidence.

Unsurprisingly due to their status, Madrid are small favourites for this encounter at odds of 11/10 with a Valencia victory priced at 9/4 and the draw available at 27/10.

This fixture tends to produce lots of goals with 49 flying in across the last 13 meetings, so over 3.5 goals at 31/20 appears to be a solid bet with over 4.5 at 15/4.

A ‘double chance’ on Valencia to come away with either a draw or a win is available at 4/6 while a Madrid win/draw outcome is at 7/20.

If you fancy the away side to be leading at both half-time and at the final whistle, such odds are available at 5/2 while Madrid to win both halves is at 23/4.

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One to watch for Valencia: Central midfielder and captain Dani Parejo has been in fine goalscoring form this season, finding the back of the net on nine separate occasions. He is 15/4 to find the net in this clash.

One to watch for Real Madrid: Gareth Bale has netted in recent victories over Atletico Madrid, Levante and Celta Vigo, while he is priced at 37/20 to continue his good form in front of goal this season in this clash.

Long shot: Real Madrid have failed to score in two of their last five domestic games while Valencia have the second strongest defence in the league, with just 23 goals conceded in 29 games. Odds of this game to finish scoreless are at 14/1.

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