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Title Dreams vs European Ambitions: Barcelona vs Valencia Betting Tips

Only a catastrophe of epic proportions could prevent Real Madrid from winning the title, but the tournament is far from over, at least for the teams between second and eighth place.

Barcelona and Valencia will meet next, with both teams needing a win to stay second in the table and qualify for the UEFA Conference League, respectively. 

Title Dreams vs European Ambitions: Barcelona vs Valencia Betting Tips
Title Dreams vs European Ambitions: Barcelona vs Valencia Betting Tips

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Barcelona vs Valencia Match Information

  • Match: Barcelona (21-7-4) vs Valencia (13-8-11)
  • Date: Monday, April 29
  • Time: 3 p.m. ET
  • Location: Montjuic, Barcelona
  • Barcelona vs Valencia  Live Stream: Fubo.tv

 

Barcelona vs Valencia Odds and Spreads


 

F@#$% VAR

Right now, there’s no other team that hates VAR (Video Assistant Referee) more than Barcelona after losing El Clasico 3-2. They are sure of two things: the penalty in favor of Real Madrid wasn’t a foul and Lamine Yamal scored a goal that didn’t get on the scoreboard.


But Barcelona has other worries to occupy their mind: They’ll be without midfielder Frenkie de Jong for the match against Valencia, and striker Robert Lewandowski –the team’s top scorer with 13 goals– only scored one goal in the last six games. The bright spot has been Lamine Yamal. The 16-year-old has been the surprise of the season, already netting four goals in La Liga.

Barcelona vs Valencia Betting Tips

  • The last meeting between the two finished 1-1.
  • Both teams scored in three of their last five encounters.
  • The total has gone over three goals in three of their last five meetings.
  • Barcelona is 12-1-3 at home.
  • Valencia is 5-3-8 on the road.
  • Barcelona is 5-10-1 ATS at home.
  • Valencia is 7-8-1 ATS on the road.
  • Robert Lewandowski is Barcelona’s top scorer with 13 goals.
  • Hugo Duro is Valencia’s top scorer with 12 goals.

 

The Valencia Revival: From Rocky Start to European Aspirations

After having a very rocky start to the season, Valencia turned things around and now has a chance of qualifying for a UEFA competition.

Valencia won its last two road games without conceding, both 1-0, against Granada and Osasuna. I’m not saying Valencia will pull off the stunner against Barcelona, but I expect a good fight from the visitors. Barcelona is 3-0-1 in its last four home games, but two of those victories were by only one goal.

 

Lamine Yamal and Hugo Duro – Ones to Watch in La Liga’s Final Stretch

So far, Yamal has scored four goals in La Liga, which doesn’t sound like much, but the drive he showed at Santiago Bernabeu last Sunday makes me think he will score a lot more during the last five games of the season. 

As for Valencia, keep an eye on Hugo Duro, the team’s top scorer with 12 goals. Duro managed to score against Real Madrid, Girona, and Atletico Madrid, so it would make a lot of sense to consider a prop bet on him to score against Barcelona.

 

 

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