Málaga vs Valencia – La Liga: Fighting against certain relegation, Málaga hosts Valencia this Saturday, on La Liga’s 24th round.
Is there still any salvation for Málaga? The club’s situation on the league table is dramatic. Málaga is in last place of the competition with only 13 points conquered in 23 matches.
They have only gotten 3 wins in 23 matches, besides 4 draws and 16 losses. Even at home, Málaga hasn’t been able to conquer points.
They’ve only gotten 2 victories, 3 draws and 6 losses, having a record of 9 goals scored and 16 goals conceded on that condition.
The team’s last win was on December 10th and since then, the team is on a streak of 11 matches without a win.
Latest results – Málaga CF:
10.02.2018 D1 Málaga CF 0-1 Atlético Madrid
05.02.2018 D1 UD Las Palmas 1-0 Málaga CF
01.02.2018 CF Málaga CF 0-0 Shonan Bellmare
27.01.2018 D1 Málaga CF 0-0 Girona FC
22.01.2018 D1 SD Eibar 1-1 Málaga CF
12.01.2018 D1 Getafe CF 1-0 Málaga CF
Latest results – Valencia CF:
11.02.2018 D1 Valencia CF 3-1 Levante UD
08.02.2018 Cup Valencia CF 0-2 FC Barcelona
04.02.2018 D1 Atlético Madrid 1-0 Valencia CF
01.02.2018 Cup FC Barcelona 1-0 Valencia CF
27.01.2018 D1 Valencia CF 1-4 Real Madrid
24.01.2018 Cup Deportivo Alavés 2-1/p.2-3 Valencia CF
Maybe Valencia is no longer on that spectacular moment of form they were on at the beginning of the league, but still, they managed to recover on the last round and have beaten Levante.
The team was coming off a streak of 3 consecutive losses. It is no longer possible to imagine Valencia fighting for the La Liga’s title,
but their objective of returning to the Premier League is still real. Right now, Valencia is in 3rd place with 43 points conquered.
Away from home, the team has 5 wins, 2 draws and 4 losses, with 20 goals scored and 16 goals conceded. That can become a popular bet due to Málaga’s poor moment of form.
Málaga vs Valencia – Betting Tip and Prediction:
But the question is still there: is it worth it going against the worst team of the Spanish league? I think so. Despite some fallout, Valencia has been showing itself has a much superior team than Málaga.
There’s the home advantage but Málaga’s need can mean that an already limited team will expose itself even more. That can be decisive against a clinical team like Valencia.