Mallorca vs Valencia – Prediction, and Match Preview
Mallorca vs Valencia – Following their 3-0 La Liga defeat to UD Almera in their previous match, Mallorca will be seeking to improve on their previous performance here.
Mallorca had 46% of the possession in that game and 3 of their 7 shots on goal were successful. Almera made 11 tries at goal for their rivals, scoring three goals. Lázaro scored three goals for UD Almera (12′, 42′, and 58′).
Mallorca has only seldom displayed defensive tenacity in recent games. They will be concerned that Mallorca’s defense has been breached in five of their last six games, resulting in the leakage of 10 goals.
We must now, however, wait to see if that pattern will continue in this game. Mallorca has won all five of their home league games entering this matchup. Valencia enters this match off of a 1-0 La Liga victory, defeating Real Madrid in their most recent game.
Valencia had 27% of the ball in that game and made 11 attempts on goal, scoring on six of them. Diego López scored for Valencia in the 33rd second. Real Madrid’s opponents made 13 shots on goal, with 5 of them finding the back of the net.
Valencia have scored a total of 9 goals in their past six games. Additionally, Valencia has scored in every single one of those games. They’ve had five goals scored against them during that period.
Mallorca vs Valencia – Betting Analysis
A comparison of their most recent head-to-head matches, which date back to February 17, 2013, reveals that Mallorca has won two of them and Valencia has won three, with one match ending in a draw.
They scored a total of 17 goals together during this time, with 8 goals coming from Los Bermellones and 9 from Los Che. That equals 2.83 goals per game on average.
On October 22, 2022, Valencia defeated Mallorca 1-2 in La Liga Match Day 11, the prior league contest between the two. Valencia had 68% of the possession in that game and 3 of its 13 shots were on goal. Edinson Cavani scored the goal (at 52′).
Mallorca had 10 shots on goal with 5 of them being on target at the other end. Kang-In Lee and Vedat Muriqi both scored goals (66′, 83′). José Mara Sánchez Martnez served as the referee for the game.
What are the top odds for this match?
Looking at what the bookmakers’ view is of this game in the full-time result market, backing Mallorca is available for 3.72, going for a drawn result is 3 and putting your money on the win for Valencia gets 2.32. They are the most competitive returns available at present.
Mallorca vs Valencia – Head -to- Head
Our Prediction: Away Win or Draw