Stadium: Benito Villamarín (Seville)
Referee: Javier Alberola
The match between Betis and Valencia has tournament significance only for the visitors. No matter how Sevilla play out on Sunday, they will still be in sixth place. It is important for Valencia not to lose in Seville, because there is still a risk of relegation. It makes sense that Valencia, despite their position in the table and the fielding factor, are the slight favourites to win this game.Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
In their last five games, Betis has three wins, a draw, and a home defeat to Getafe. Before the start of Matchday 38, Betis is in sixth place. They are 4 points behind Villarreal and 9 points behind their nearest pursuer Osasuna. Betis has the 10th home statistic in the division, +9=4-5, 25:17 goal difference.
Valencia has 41 points. But Valladolid, who are in the relegation zone, have only two points less, with Almeria and Celta in between. However, it should be noted that a draw in Seville will be enough for Valencia to be guaranteed to play in La Liga next season. Regarding head-to-head encounters, the Bats are even with Valladolid, but they are way ahead of their rivals on goal difference. Valencia's away statistics are 17th in the division, +3=3-12, 14:25 goal difference. In their last five games, they have won twice, drawn, and lost once to Mallorca, which is not a bad statistic for an outsider.
Expert Betting Tips
Unlike Valencia, Betis do not have a tournament motivation, but a draw in Seville would be enough to guarantee their place in the Spanish league. In addition, Valencia has performed poorly on the road all season long; we doubt the Levantines will be able to beat a reasonably home side Betis in the upcoming game, but Valencia can bring back one point from the south of the country. We believe the forthcoming match will end in a draw (1:1).
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