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          Valencia vs Real Betis: Preview &Prediction

          The Mestalla hosts Valencia and Real Betis in La Liga this Saturday. The two sides are neck in neck in the hunt for Real Sociedad and the final spot in Europe next season.

          Date: 20/04/2024

          Kick off time: 17:30

          Location: Mestalla

          Both Valencia and Real Betis are looking to make a final push for European football next season. However, this means that this clash is even bigger, with both sides so close in the league, making it a six point game.

          Valencia currently sit eighth in La Liga after 31 games. Los Ches have 12 wins, eight draws and ten losses, leaving them on 44 points, five points from European football.

          Los Ches have struggled in front of goal this season. In 30 games, Valencia have scored 33 goals, an average of 1.10 goals a game. Valencia have been much better at the other end of the pitch, conceding 32 goals and keeping 11 clean sheets.

          Real Betis sit just above Valencia in seventh in La Liga. In 31 games, Real Betis have 11 wins, 12 draws and eight losses which leaves them on 45 points, four points from European football.

          The Green and Whites have been consistent in front of goal this season. Real Betis have scored 38 goals in 31 games which gives them an average of 1.23 goals a game. Real Betis have however been inconsistent in defence, conceding 37 goals and keeping 11 clean sheets.

          Valencia and Real Betis have met 50 times in their histories, with the first meeting coming back in 1997. Valencia have the better record in the fixture with 27 wins in comparison to Real Betis’ 12 wins, with the other 11 meetings ending in a draw.

          In the last five games in the fixture there have been two wins for Betis, one win for Valencia and one draw. Also in the last five games, three of these games have seen just one side on the scoresheet.

          Valencia to win @ 2.32 on SBK

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          Valencia to win @ 2.32
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          Only one team on the scoresheet @ ⅚ on CopyBet

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          Only one team on the scoresheet @ 5/6
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          Under 2.5 goals @ ⅛ on CopyBet

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          Under 2.5 goals @ 1/8
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          Team News

          Valencia Team News

          Ruben Baraja will be without Roman Yaremchuk and Jose Gaya this weekend, out with a muscle and thigh injury respectively.

          Real Betis Team News

          Manuel Pellegrini has no current injuries to manage this weekend.

          Recent Form

          In their last five games in all competitions, Valencia have two wins, two draws and one loss.

          The visit from Real Madrid saw Hugo Duro and Yaremchuk both score to give Valencia the 2 - 0 lead before the 30 minute mark. Vinicius Junior’s first goal got Real Madrid on the scoresheet in the first half added time and his second goal came late on to rescue the 2 - 2 draw, with Jude Bellingham sent off late in added time.

          Duro was on the scoresheet again for Valencia, this time against Getafe. The goal in the 40th minute was the only goal of the game in a 1 - 0 win for Valencia, despite Los Ches having just ten shots with three of them on target.

          However, the next time out for Valencia saw them on the other side of the 1 - 0 scoreline. Jorge Cuneca scored the only goal of the game, finding the back of the net in the 54th minute, even with Valencia registering seven shots on target.

          The visit from Malllorca, however, saw Valencia pick up more shots on target but neither side managed to find the back of the net as they were forced to settle for a 0 - 0 draw.

          Los Ches were back to winning ways against Granada. After a goalless first half, Valencia managed to convert one of their two shots on target through Andre Almeida in the 77th minute for the 1 - 0 win over Granada.

          Valencia also take on Osasuna in La Liga on Monday.

          In their last five games in all competitions, Real Betis have one win and four losses.

          An own goal from Rui Silva gave Atletico Madrid the lead in the eighth minute and Alvaro Morata doubled the lead just before the halftime whistle. William Carvalho did get Real Betis on the scoresheet just after the hour mark and despite having more possession, Betis slumped to the 2 - 1 loss.

          Both Real Betis and Villarreal saw red with Ezequiel Avila and Alberto Moreno sent off in the second half. Guido Rodriguex opened the scoring for Betis but Alex Baena equalised for Villarreal within ten minutes. Willian Jose regained the lead for Betis just before halftime but an own goal from Sokratis Papastathopoulos levelled the game minutes into the second half. Alexander Sorloth’s goal then secured the 3 - 2 win for Villarreal.

          Florian Lejeune gave Rayo Vallecano the lead in the first half and Sergio Camello’s second half goal wrapped up a 2 - 0 win for Rayo Vallecano over a Betis side that had just one shot on target.

          Jose was back on the scoresheet for Betis with two goals against Girona, however a brace from Artem Dovbyk and a 92nd minute goal from Cristhian Stuani gave Girona the 3 - 2 win.

          The last time out for Real Betis was against Celta Vigo. Juan Miranda opened the scoring for Betis early in the second half and Nabil Fekir doubled the lead with ten minutes to go. Jorgen Strand Larsen did score in added time, but Betis held on for the 2 - 1 win.

          Footy Accumulators Prediction

          Header logoPrimera División

          Team logoVillarreal
          Team logoValencia
          Team logoAlavés
          Last updated 20/05/2024

          Header logoPrimera División

          Team logoReal Sociedad
          Team logoBetis
          Team logoVillarreal
          Last updated 20/05/2024

          Where to watch

          Valencia vs Real Betis will not be available to watch in the U.K. without La Liga TV. However, the game can be followed online on Sky Sports or BBC Sport.