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Guerra Moreno (90') Diakhaby (60')
Larin (6')

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Match feed:
  • Match Ended
  • 90'
    Substitution
    • Lino
    • Lato Toni

    Valencia make their fifth substitution with Lato Toni replacing Lino.

  • 90'
    Goal !
    • Guerra Moreno, Javier (Scorer)
    • Moriba, Ilaix (Assist)

    Goal! Javier Guerra Moreno gives Valencia a 2-1 lead.

    That's a fine assist from Ilaix Moriba.

  • 89'
    Substitution
    • Almeida, Andre
    • Guerra Moreno, Javier

    Valencia make their fourth substitution with Javier Guerra Moreno replacing Andre Almeida.

  • 84'
    Substitution
    • Musah, Yunus
    • Lopez Noguerol, Diego

    The home team have replaced Yunus Musah with Diego Lopez Noguerol. This is the third substitution made today by Ruben Baraja.

  • 84'
    Substitution
    • Gonzalez, Nicolas
    • Moriba, Ilaix

    Ilaix Moriba is replacing Nicolas Gonzalez for the home team.

  • 79'
    Substitution
    • Escudero, Sergio
    • Kenedy, Robert

    Robert Kenedy is replacing Sergio Escudero for Valladolid at Mestalla.

  • 79'
    Substitution
    • Plata, Gonzalo
    • Plano, Oscar

    Oscar Plano is on a sub for Gonzalo Plata for Valladolid.

  • 79'
    Substitution
    • Perez, Kike
    • Olaza, Lucas

    Paulo Cesar Pezzolano Suarez is making the team's third substitution at Mestalla with Lucas Olaza replacing Kike Perez.

  • 71'
    Yellow Card
    • Fernandez, Joaquin

    Joaquin Fernandez is booked for the away team.

  • 66'
    Yellow Card
    • Hongla, Martin

    Martin Hongla (Valladolid) gets a yellow card.

  • 60'
    Goal !
    • Diakhaby, Mouctar (Scorer)
    • Almeida, Andre (Assist)

    Mouctar Diakhaby (Valencia) nets with a header to make it 1-1 at Mestalla.

    Andre Almeida with an assist there.

  • 57'
    Yellow Card
    • Masip, Jordi

    Jordi Masip (Valladolid) has received a first yellow card.

  • 55'
    Yellow Card
    • Perez, Kike

    Kike Perez (Valladolid) has been booked and must now be careful not to get a second yellow card.

  • 53'
    Substitution
    • El Yamiq, Jawad
    • Sanchez, Javi

    The away team replace Jawad El Yamiq with Javi Sanchez.

  • 46'
    Substitution
    • Ozkacar, Cenk
    • Duro, Hugo

    Ruben Baraja (Valencia) is making a first substitution, with Hugo Duro replacing Cenk Ozkacar.

  • 44'
    Substitution
    • Amallah, Selim
    • Aguado, Alvaro

    Selim Amallah (Valladolid) does not seem to be able to continue. He is replaced by Alvaro Aguado.

  • 6'
    Goal !
    • Larin, Cyle (Scorer)

    Cyle Larin scores to make it 0-1 at Mestalla.

  • Match Started

Line-ups

Valencia
(5-4-1)
(5-3-2)
Valladolid
25Mamardashvili20Foulquier12Diakhaby5Paulista15Ozkacar14Gaya4Musah17Gonzalez18Almeida16Lino7Cavani1Masip27Fresneda24Fernandez20Hongla15El Yamiq18Escudero4Perez8Monchu9Amallah25Larin11Plata
Valladolid
(5-3-2)

Statistics

Ball possession
Valencia48%
52% Valladolid
Shots
9Off goal46On goal2

3
Shots blocked
2
6
Corner kicks
2
2
Offsides
3
1
Saves
4
15
Fouls
16
0
Yellow cards
4
0
Red cards
0

Valencia vs Valladolid Betting tips

The most common result of matches between Valencia CF and Real Valladolid is 1-1. 6 matches have ended with this result.
During the last 19 meetings with Valencia CF playing at home, Valencia CF have won 10 times, there have been 4 draws while Real Valladolid have won 5 times. The goal difference is 32-19 in favour of Valencia CF.
During the last 39 meetings, Valencia CF have won 17 times, there have been 12 draws while Real Valladolid have won 10 times. The goal difference is 56-38 in favour of Valencia CF.
Real Valladolid's last away win against Valencia CF was in 2009.
Did you know that Valencia CF scores 23% of their goals between the minutes 76-90?
Did you know that Real Valladolid scores 24% of their goals between the minutes 31-45?
Valencia CF haven't won in their last 4 games.
When playing at home, Valencia CF have not lost to Real Valladolid in their last 6 encounters.
Valencia CF haven't scored in 4 of their 15 home matches in LaLiga this season.
Real Valladolid haven't scored in 8 of their 15 away matches in LaLiga this season.
Hugo Guillamon has assisted the most goals for Valencia CF with 4. Gonzalo Plata is Real Valladolid's biggest assister (4).
Yunus Musah has more yellow cards (8) than any other player at Valencia CF. Javi Sanchez has collected 10 for Real Valladolid.
A year ago, Valencia CF were number 9 in the table with 40 points. Now they are number 18 with 27 points.
Real Valladolid have conceded a goal in each of their last 8 matches.
Valencia CF wins 1st half in 31% of their matches, Real Valladolid in 28% of their matches.
Valencia CF wins 31% of halftimes, Real Valladolid wins 28%.
The winner of their last meeting was Real Valladolid.
On their last meeting Real Valladolid won by 1 goals.
When Valencia CF leads 1-0 at home, they win in 69% of their matches.
When Real Valladolid leads 0-1 away, they win in 75% of their matches.
When Valencia CF is down 0-1 home, they win 0% of their matches.
When Real Valladolid is down 1-0 away, they win 7% of their matches.
In LaLiga, Real Valladolid has better performance than Valencia CF.
Real Valladolid's performance of the last 5 matches is better than Valencia CF's.
Valencia CF have lost just 1 of their last 5 games against Real Valladolid (in all competitions).
In the last 5 meetings Valencia CF won 3, Real Valladolid won 1, 1 draws.
Valencia CF have lost just 1 of their last 5 LaLiga games against Real Valladolid.
Real Valladolid have won just 1 of their last 5 LaLiga games against Valencia CF.
Valencia CF scores 1.4 goals in a match against Real Valladolid and Real Valladolid scores 0.6 goals against Valencia CF (on average).
Average number of goals in meetings between Valencia CF and Real Valladolid is 2.
Average number of goals in the first half in meetings between Valencia CF and Real Valladolid is 0.4.
Valencia CF scores 1.43 goals when playing at home and Real Valladolid scores 1.04 goals when playing away (on average).
Hugo Guillamon has assisted the most goals for Valencia CF with 4. Gonzalo Plata is Real Valladolid's biggest assister (5).
Valencia CF wins 1st half in 31% of their matches, Real Valladolid in 30% of their matches.
Valencia CF wins 31% of halftimes, Real Valladolid wins 30%.
Did you know that Real Valladolid scores 23% of their goals between the minutes 31-45?
Yunus Musah has more yellow cards (9) than any other player at Valencia CF. Javi Sanchez has collected 10 for Real Valladolid.
Valencia CF wins 1st half in 33% of their matches, Real Valladolid in 30% of their matches.
Valencia CF wins 33% of halftimes, Real Valladolid wins 30%.
Both teams didn't concede on their last match.
Did you know that Valencia CF scores 22% of their goals between the minutes 76-90?
A year ago, Valencia CF were number 9 in the table with 41 points. Now they are number 18 with 30 points.
If Yunus Musah receives a yellow card in today's match, he will be suspended after collecting 10 yellow cards so far this season.
The most common end-result when Real Valladolid leads 1-0 away this season is 1-0.
Real Valladolid is undefeated this season when playing at home and taking the lead 1-0.
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News

Valencia vs Real Valladolid Match Preview

Published: Updated: 16:30, 26 Apr 2023

Valencia will host Real Valladolid in a clash that is all about who wants it the most when it comes to surviving in La Liga. While Valladolid are in a much better position than Valencia in the La Liga table, there is all to play for both teams at the infamous Mestalla.

In the past 11 matches that these two sides have squared off, Valencia have won five games while their opponents on Wednesday have only managed to register a solitary victory. Things have not been looking great for both of these teams this term, either.

Valencia are currently in the drop zone in the 18th position on goal difference and so a victory against a side they have been historically dominant against, could help them in their bid to retain their La Liga status beyond this season. While they also underwent a managerial change earlier this season when Mattuso Gusto was sacked, his successor Ruben Baraja has not been able to do enough to turn around his side’s fortunes in the Spanish top flight this year. That being said, his overall record only boasts of three wins while registering five losses and a draw. Therefore, Los Che will be desperate for three vital points on Wednesday.

In their past five matches in La Liga, Valencia have only been able to secure two victories while dropping all three points on three occasions. Their 2-0 victory against fellow relegation contenders Elche saw them earn three vital points but it was not enough to bring them back to safety. Therefore, while his side’s recent form has been a concern for Baraja, it could all change against Valladolid.

The only positive in their current situation is that the Valencia injury room is running empty. However, several first-team stars are running the risk of suspension for their next fixture. Edinson Cavani, Dimitri Foulquier, Jose Gaya, Eray Comert, Mouctar Diakhaby, and Thierry Correia are all on four yellow cards so will have to be disciplined on Wednesday.

Real Valladolid are 14th in the table and are five points adrift of Valencia. The gap could potentially close down to two or increase to eight following the conclusion of this fixture but the Pucela will hope to steer further clear of the drop zone

Paulo Pezzolano's side has been in fine form, registering two wins on the trot, and given the way things have gone for Valencia this term, one would expect them to make it a hat-trick of wins. There is no denying that Valladolid would start as the favorite for this clash despite them playing away from home.

Midfielder Anuar has been nursing a cruciate ligament injury since September last year and has missed 28 games this season. He has been ruled out for this fixture as well and will be joined by Lucas Olaza, who sustained a thigh injury earlier this month. There is consensus that he will not be a part of this clash and so is likely to sit this one out. Loanee Cyle Larin has been in fine form this season but is at risk of suspension and so he has to walk a fine thread.

Samuel Lino has been one of Valencia’s key features this season and is also expected to start this one. The South American winger has netted five times in La Liga this term and will be vital to the home side on Wednesday and their quest to secure at least a point from this fixture. The 23-year-old can initiate counterattacks and has the ability to play the final decisive pass but he needs to be at his absolute best if he is to lead his team back into safety.

Sergio Leon will be the player to watch out for the visiting side. The 34-year-old has scored seven goals this season but has failed to find the net since December 10. That being said, now would be the near-perfect time to end his barren run in front of the goal though it remains to be seen if he will start this game or come off the bench. He did not feature in the game against Girona but is in the reckoning to play a role in this one.

Expert Opinion: Valencia hold the best defensive record (36 goals conceded in 30 games) in among the teams battling relegation while Real Valladolid have been woeful in front of the goal this season with only 26 goals, averaging less than a goal a game. So, this could well be the case of a hard-fought stalemate and the neutrals should not really expect a goal-fest at the Mestalla on Wednesday. It could well be the scenario where the one who gets his tactics spot on will take home the win.

Head to head

Valencia
Matches:4
Valladolid
75%
Wins: 3
0%
Draws: 0
25%
Wins: 1
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Valencia vs Valladolid Standings

PosTeamWDLMPts
1Real Madrid29813895
...
8Villarreal1411133853
9Valencia1310153849
10CD Alaves1210163846

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