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Spain La Liga | Camp Nou | 14th September
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Barcelona
  • L
  • W
  • D
  • L
  • W
  • D
KO 20:00
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Valencia
  • W
  • W
  • W
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  • L
  • W

Barcelona vs Valencia predictions for Saturday night’s La Liga encounter at Camp Nou. Last season’s La Liga champions Barcelona and Copa Del Rey winners Valencia face off in Matchday 4’s standout fixture, but which side will come out on top in Catalonia? Read on for all our free match predictions and betting tips.

Predictions & Tips

We use stars to rate our confidence in our tips, with 3 being most confident to 1 being the least.
Both Teams To Score @ 10/11

We use stars to rate our confidence in our tips, with 3 being most confident to 1 being the least.
Draw 2-2 @ 16/1

Reason For Barcelona vs Valencia Predictions

It’s hardly been a great opening to the new campaign for Barcelona and Valencia, who both have a modest four points on the board from their first three La Liga outings. Saturday night’s key clash at Camp Nou presents the sides with an excellent chance to kick start their seasons, and unsurprisingly it’s the hosts who have been installed as solid odds-on favourites to land the spoils.

Saturday’s clash at Camp Nou is easily the biggest game of the La Liga season to date, and whilst we’re only three rounds into the new campaign, few would have expected both of these sides to be sitting in mid table having dropped more points than they have won so far.

A slow start won’t necessarily concern Valencia and Marcelino too much – after all they had just two points from their first three fixtures at this stage last term and went onto finish 4th, which will be the main aim again for Los Che this time around.

It’s a little different for champions Barcelona though. This is their worst start to a La Liga season since 2008/09 and they are already five points behind leaders and likely title challengers Atletico Madrid, who boast a 100% record. With Atleti fancied to edge out Real Sociedad this weekend, Barca definitely need a win here to ensure they don’t fall further into arrears.

With 16 victories from their last 20 home league matches stretching back to the start of the 2018/19 season, it’s easy to understand why the Catalans are favourites for this one; however they look ridiculously short in the betting.

Valencia were one of the four sides to claim something at Camp Nou last term after they secured a 2-2 draw and they also held Messi and co. to a 1-1 draw at Mestalla. Moreover though, it was Valencia who came out on top when the teams met in the Copa Del Rey final at Benito Villamarin in May, as goals from Kevin Gameiro and Rodrigo sealed Los Che’s eighth triumph in the competition.

It’s fair to say then that Valencia have been a bit of a thorn in Barcelona’s side throughout the past few months, and they at least head to Camp Nou this weekend on the back of a win after cosily beating Mallorca 2-0 last time out. In contrast, Barca blew Betis away on Match day 2 but then stuttered to a 2-2 draw at Osasuna a fortnight ago.

So whilst Barca have won their last eight La Liga games at Camp Nou and are potentially the most likely winners on Matchday 4, there’s enough on the table to oppose Ernesto Valverde’s side at such a skinny price.

Instead, we feel backing both teams to score is the way to go – a bet which has landed in each of the last four encounters between the pair. Barca have averaged 2.5 goals at home since the start of last season whilst Valencia have netted in all but two of their last 13 away assignments.

In the correct score market, 2-2 gets our speculative vote at a decent price. That’s how it finished here last season and it’s not beyond the realms of possibility that Marcelino’s progressive side can get something from Camp Nou again.

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Article by: Chris K
Contact: chris.kisby.ext@freesupertips.co.uk
Published: September 13, 2019

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