Stadium: Mestalla (Valencia).
Referee: Mario Melero.
Saturday's pool of the La Liga round 32 will continue with the match between Valencia and Osasuna. Both teams are without significant tournament motivation and threat of relegation, but only players from Valencia continue to dream about European Cups - the Spanish Cup, but not La Liga.Receive Your Welcome Bonus!
Despite their lack of motivation, Valencia has not lost seven games in a row in two tournaments. In the Spanish Cup, the Oranges defeated Athletic 1:0, Mallorca, Granada and Elche in the national championship and drew with Getafe, Cadiz and Rayo Vallecano. Such results allowed Valencia to secure a place in the Spanish elite, but for a club with European Cup ambitions it is quite an achievement. Their home stats are 12th in the division, five wins in 15 games, three defeats, with the goal difference 22:18. The Bats must maintain a work tone, moreover, we believe that the hosts need victories. We do not forget that very soon Valencia will play in the Spanish Cup final against Betis, who are fighting for a place in the Champions League zone.
Osasuna has recently become a very home team. In the last five games, the Pamplona side have won three times and lost two. All of the victories in this period were home and the losses were away. After winning over Alaves in the last round, Osasuna has gained 41 points, we can already say with 100% guarantee that the visiting team will definitely end up in La Liga next season. In general, Osasuna has decent away statistics, six wins in 15 games with seven setbacks and a goal difference of 16:20.Watch Free Live Stream
Expert Betting Tips
Valencia has two matches left before the Spanish Cup final: against Osasuna and Villarreal. We believe that Orange will do everything possible to avoid losing in this period and, if possible, get two wins. Beating Villarreal at La Ceramica will be extremely difficult, but beating Osasuna at home, it seems to us, is more than a task the Bats can handle.
Valencia and Osasuna regularly play each other quite effectively. In two past head-to-head encounters, a TO (3.5) has been reached, and in three games both teams have scored, as well as in seven of the last eight matches. The fact that both teams have already solved their tournament problems only increases the chances of an over match and exchange of goals.