Cadiz CF vs Valencia – Following their 0-1 La Liga loss to Osasuna in their previous match, Cadiz won’t want a recurrence of that result now.

Cádiz had 56% of the possession in that game and made 19 attempts on goal, four of which were successful. Osasuna had 6 shots, 4 of which were on goal. Osasuna’s goal came from Rubén Garca in the 62nd minute.

In six of the previous six games in which Cádiz played, fewer than three goals were scored per contest. During this time, their opponents managed to score a total of 6, while Cádiz only managed to score 3. Time will tell whether the tendency in this game will continue despite previous results.

Valencia has not defeated Cádiz in their last 5 league games, according to their prior performance. For the previous four league games, they have not won at home. Their supporters aren’t pleased.

Valencia enters this match off of a 0-2 La Liga victory over Elche CF in their previous game. Valencia had 34% of the possession in that game and 3 of its 5 shots were on goal.

Samuel Lino (19′) was the lone Valencia player to score. Elche, on the other hand, only managed one goal in seven attempts. Elche CF’s own goal in the 42nd minute was scored by Gonzalo Verd.

Valencia, led by Rubén Baraja, have scored a total of 5 goals over the course of their last six games, giving them an average of 0.83 goals per game.

Valencia had not defeated Cádiz in their previous two league games when they faced them away from home, and that trend continued into this encounter.

Cadiz CF vs Valencia – Betting Analysis

Looking at their previous head-to-head matches dating back to April 1, 2021, it can be seen that Cádiz has won two of them and Valencia has won one, with three of the games ending in draws.

In total, 9 goals were scored between them during those games, with 5 coming from Submarino Amarillo and 4 from Los Che. That equals 1.5 goals per game on average.

The two most recent league encounters were in La Liga Match Day 16 on January 6, 2023, which Valencia defeated Cádiz 0–1. Valencia enjoyed a 74% possession advantage on that occasion and 2 of their 11 shots on goal were successful.

Cádiz, their adversaries, had 6 shots at goal with 2 of them being on target. The goal was scored by Rubén Alcaraz at 9′. Pablo González Fuertes was the official referee.

Sergio González, the manager of Cádiz, will be without Brian Ocampo (Cruciate Ligament Injury), Fali (Bruised Hip), Jon Ander Garrido (Patella Issues), Juan Cala (Rupture of Outer Meniscus), Gonzalo Escalante (Muscle Injury), and Joseba Zaldua (Cruciate Ligament Rupture).

Rubén Baraja, the manager of Valencia, has no concerns whatsoever about his team’s health going into this game because he has a completely injury-free bunch to choose from. Due to his suspension, Jaume Doménech will be unable to participate in this game.

We believe that against a Valencia team that is likely to score and potentially preserve a clean sheet as well, Cádiz may find themselves up against it in trying to score.

 What are the top odds for this match?

Turning to the betting odds on the 90-minute result market, staking on Cádiz is available for 3.13, backing the game finishing all-square is 3.2 and staking on the winner to be Valencia gets you 2.42. They are the best returns being offered at this very moment.

Cadiz CF vs Valencia – Head -to- Head

Cadiz CF vs Valencia

Our Prediction: Under 3.5 Goals

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