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- Both teams have scored in five of Valencia’s seven league games, including each of their last four.
- Both teams have also netted in five of Cadiz’ seven La Liga starts this term.
- Valencia have yet to keep an away clean sheet this season, while Cadiz have maintained just one shut out in their four home fixtures.
Open encounter expected in Andalusia
Both teams registered in last season’s league meetings between Cadiz and Valencia, and we’re backing the same outcome this Saturday for what should be a fairly close match-up at Estadio Ramon de Carranza.
Valencia come into this clash as favourites, however, there are several reasons to pass up on Los Che, despite Cadiz being winless in their four home games so far this term (D2, D2).
The visitors are without a win in three and appear to have tapered off since their flying start to the campaign, while they’ve also won just one of their last 13 away trips in La Liga, losing eight including last term’s 2-1 defeat at this venue.
Both teams have struck in five of Valencia’s seven games this season including each of their last four, and the even money available for that trend to continue this Saturday looks huge.
Pepe Bordalas’ men are reliable in front of goal having netted in all of their league matches, however, they’ve kept clean sheets in just two and have yet to maintain a shut out on the road.
With five of Cadiz’ seven starts also seeing both teams register and the hosts conceding in three of their four games at Estadio Ramon de Carranza, we can be fairly certain that plenty of chances will be created in this Matchday 8 clash.
While this game is the early evening undercard in Spain ahead of Atletico Madrid vs Barcelona, it could well be a cracker and we’re forecasting a share of the spoils for the two sides via a 2-2 score-line.
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- 30 Oct