Celta Vigo vs Valencia – Prediction, and Match Preview
Celta Vigo vs Valencia – After losing to Getafe 1-0 in La Liga the previous time out, Celta Vigo will be looking for a better outcome this time.
Celta Vigo enjoyed 66% of the possession in that contest and none of their seven shots on goal were successful. On the other hand, Getafe had 14 total attempts, four shots on goal, with only one of them going in. Getafe scored with Enes Ünal (3′).
Celta Vigo’s recent offensive performance has been lacking. Only four goals have been scored against other clubs in their last six games, according to their “goals for” total. Additionally, Celta Vigo has had nine goals scored against them in those contests.
Valencia’s most recent game ended in a 1-1 draw against Villarreal in La Liga. Valencia had 33% of the possession in that game and eight shots on goal, with only one of those being on goal. Valencia’s Samuel Lino scored the winning goal (72′).
Villarreal, on the other hand, had 11 total attempts, four shots on goal, with only one of them going in. For Villarreal, Nicolas Jackson scored in the 62nd minute.
Looking at their recent results, Valencia has allowed goals in five of their previous six games, giving up a total of eight goals to their opponents.
Valencia appears to have several weaker spots in their defense. Whatever the case, we will just have to wait and watch whether or not that pattern will continue in this next game.
Celta Vigo vs Valencia – Betting Analysis
Looking at their most recent head-to-head meetings dating back to 01/02/2020, we can see that Celta Vigo has won only one and Valencia has won five, with zero games being drawn.
Over the course of those games, they combined to score 14 goals, with 3 coming from Os Celestes and 11 from Los Che. That equals 2.33 goals per game on average.
The most recent league meeting between these teams took place on La Liga meeting Day 6 on September 17, 2022, and Valencia defeated Celta Vigo 3-0.
Valencia had 65% of the ball in that game and 14 total attempts, seven shots on goal, three of which were on goal. Samu Castillejo (37′), Marcos André (82′), and André Almeida (93′) all scored goals.
Celta Vigo, on the other hand, had six total shots on goal, with none of them going in. Pablo González Fuertes was the official referee. Despite the fact that Valencia will score a goal against this Celta Vigo team, a loss is likely to result.
What are the top odds for the game?
Looking at the bookies’ prices in the WDW market, victory for Celta Vigo is available for 2.3, going for a drawn result is 3.2, and putting your money on the winning team to be Valencia will get you 3.4. These are the best of the prices offered at the moment.
Celta Vigo vs Valencia – Head-to-Head
Our Prediction: Over 1.5 Goals