Real Valladolid had 32% of the possession in that game and made 7 efforts on goal, scoring on three of them. Barcelona attempted 24 goals, nine of which were on target.
For Barcelona, goals were scored by Sergi Roberto (92′), Pedri (43′), and Robert Lewandowski (24′, 64′). Real Valladolid, led by José Pacheta, has scored eight goals on eight different occasions in their last six games, for an average of 1.33 goals per game.
Real Valladolid hasn’t triumphed over UD Almera in their previous two league games entering this contest. UD Almera enters this contest off a 2-1 La Liga victory over Sevilla in their previous match.
UD Almera had 31% of the possession in that game and made 11 attempts on goal, scoring on five of them. Largie Ramazani (42′) and Umar Sadiq (55′) scored for UD Almera.
Sevilla, on the other hand, had 13 shots total, with 5 of those being on goal. Liver Torres scored for Sevilla in the 30th minute.
According to the statistics, UD Almera have been scored against in 5 of their most recent 6 games, allowing the opposition to score a total of 7 goals. UD Almera hasn’t been playing very well defensively.
Real Valladolid vs UD Almería – Betting Analysis
The Real Valladolid manager José Pacheta just has one fitness problem out of a nearly fully healthy group of players, thus there aren’t many personnel concerns. Dead Leg’s Mickael Malsa is out of commission.
It appears that Pucela will likely start Jordi Masip, Luis Pérez, Joaqun Fernández, Javi Sánchez, Sergio Escudero, lvaro Aguado, Monchu, Kike Pérez, Ivan Sanchez, Sergi Guardiola, and Anuar in a 4-3-3 configuration.
UD Almera boss Joan Rubi is missing a number of players. Both Juanjo Nieto and Iván Martos are unable to play due to cruciate ligament injuries. Due to his suspension, Lex Centelles will be unable to participate in this game.
By benching Fernando Martnez, Alejandro Pozo, Kaiky Melo, Rodrigo Ely, Srdjan Babic, Sergio Akieme, Sam Costa, Lucas Robertone, ,and Sadiq Umar, UD Almera is likely to opt to play in a 5-3-2 formation.