Las Palmas vs Valencia – La Liga: The 3rd place Valencia visits Las Palmas’s ground, who is in last place.
The favouritism is all on the visiting side and it will be a big surprise if the Ché team is unable to get the 3 points.
Las Palmas has duffered na heavy 6-goals loss on the last round in Girona and the motivation indexes are very low on the team at the moment. They are in last place, and they’ve only won 1 of their last 10 matches, and they are winless for 5 matches.
The team that last year made a positive campaign is showing a different posture this season and a lot of defensive fragilities. They are currently the worst defence of the competition, with 46 goals conceded and the worst attack, with only 14 goals scored in 19 matches.
Valencia on the other hand is making one of their best campaigns of recent years, occupying the 3rd place with a large advantage over Real Madrid and, above everything, playing beautiful and very attacking football.
The Portuguese Gonçalo Guedes has been one of this team’s key players, being seen on the same level as Santi Mina Simone Zaza, Vietto and Soler.
On the last round, the team led by Marcellino has won 2-1 in Catalunya and they come into this match against last place very motivated.
Valencia’s team has the 2nd best attack of the competition with 40 goals scored in 19 matches and in this match, I really doubt they will fail to score.
Two weeks ago, these teams have met in Copa del Rey and Valencia advanced on that tie, despite resting many of their usual starters.
Valencia drew 1-1 away from home and won 4-0 at home against this Las Palmas.
On the first-round match, Valencia won 1-0 at home.
Las Palmas vs Valencia – Betting Tip and Prediction:
Valencia is definitely the sensation team of this La Liga and a money-making machine for bettors. On this match, Valencia should have relative ease because, besides the mental aspect that differentiates these teams, we still have the quality aspect.
Valencia in full strength is more than enough team to slaughter Las Palmas, even playing on the Canarias Islands.
In fact, it is on these matches that Valencia feels more comfortable, with quick counter-attacks and taking advantage of the spaces on the opposing defence with the quick players they have up front.
Considering that, I can’t see any other result than a win for Valencia here and I even believe they will rout them.