Valencia vs Celta Betting Tips
Valencia v Celta will play one of the matches corresponding to day 15 of the national championship of the Spanish League on Saturday, December 9, 2017 (8:45 pm, Spanish time) at the Mestalla Stadium in Valencia. The locals lost last week against Getafe their first match in the league tournament, while the Galicians arrive after obtaining a creditable draw against Barcelona at the Camp Nou. The referee in charge of directing the match will be José Munuera.
Valencia CF face the game against Celta after losing in the south of Madrid against Geta by 1 goal to 0, which meant the end of unbeaten che. In spite of this, the valencianistas continue placed in second position of the table with 31 points, to 5 of the Boat, leader of the championship. If it is true that Atlético de Madrid has moved much closer, to 1 single point.
Marcelino will not be able to count on one of the players that better performance is giving this year to Valencia, the Portuguese Guedes. If you hope to recover one of the two central that missed the game last week (Garay-Murillo) to form a partnership with Gabriel. In the offensive plot they will continue maintaining the prominence of the men’s team-goal: Zaza and Rodrigo.
For its part, the Unzué team was able to get a point during his visit last week to the field of FC Barcelona, with a Iago Aspas that proved to be in a great moment of form. This puts them in tenth place with 18 points, only 3 of the places that give the right to play the Europa League and 10 of the descent.
In the section of losses, the celtian set will not be able to count on the defender Sergi Gómez, who suffers a scapulohumeral dislocation in the right shoulder and will be low until January. For the rest, the Galicians will have all their men, including their attacking duo: Maxi-Aspas.
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Valencia CF has won 8, tied 1 and has lost 1 single game of the last 10.
Celta has won 6, tied 1 and has been defeated in 3 of the last 10 games.
In the last 10 games, Valencia CF have scored an average of 2.7 goals and have received an average of 0.9 goals per game.
In the last 10 games, Celta have scored an average of 2.3 goals per game and have conceded an average of 1.4 goals.
More than 2.5 goals have been scored in 6 of the last 10 Valencia CF matches.
There have been over 2.5 goals in 8 of Celta’s last 10 games.
Valencia will face this meeting with a double objective: to get redeemed from their defeat last week and cut points to FC Barcelona, who travels to the Stadium of La Cerámica to take on Villarreal. For this he will have his fans and the strength that Mestalla offers, where he has not yet lost this season. The goalscoring instinct of the Italian Zaza will be as usual his main weapon in attack.The Celta, on the other hand, arrives in Valencian lands with the experience of taking something positive out of the house of a big one, so they will face the shock with hardly any pressure, with the idea that they have more to gain than to lose. The Spanish international Iago Aspas can the class and, most likely, the goals for the Galicians.
With the information we have and considering the regularity of the visiting team, despite the last defeat, we think that Valencia will win the game. We believe that those of Unzué will not make it easy, but that finally those of Marcelino will finish taking the three points.
Bet Tips: More than 2.5 goals