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- Both teams have scored in all but one of the last eight meetings, which have generated 30 goals in total.
- Barcelona are averaging 2.5 goals per game at home this term but have kept just one clean sheet in four at Camp Nou.
- Valencia are averaging 1.5 goals on their travels but have maintained just one clean sheet in four away trips.
Barca looking to bounce back
Barcelona will be hopeful that they can regain the winning thread at home to poor travellers Valencia this Sunday night, however, we’re keen to swerve Ronald Koeman’s side in favour of backing both teams to score at Camp Nou.
The international break undoubtedly came at the right time for Barca, with the Catalans in absolute crisis both off and on the field following just one win and three defeats from their last six outings in all competitions.
That miserable spell has included a pair of 3-0 UEFA Champions League hammerings against Bayern Munich and Benfica, and Koeman’s charges will be desperate to restore some confidence here ahead of their must win clash against Dynamo Kiev in midweek.
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Barcelona have still managed to amass ten points from their four home La Liga matches this season and they’re certainly the most likely winners this Sunday night with the visitors winning just one of their last 14 league starts on the road, losing eight.
Los Che are also winless in their last four league fixtures overall, so a 3-1 correct score catches our eye for this fixture with Barca capable of taking advantage in front of their home supporters.
Nevertheless, the 1/2 about the hosts in the 1X2 market should be dismissed, with both teams to score offering greater value at a general 3/4.
Barca are averaging 2.5 goals per game at home in the league but have kept just one clean sheet in four at Camp Nou, while Valencia have hit six goals in four on the road, also managing just the one clean sheet.
With both teams also registering in all but one of the last eight meetings which have produced 30 goals in total, we could well see another thriller in this latest instalment between the sides as Sunday’s action in Spain draws to a close.
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