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Valencia vs Celta Vigo Prediction & Match Preview
Valencia vs Celta Vigo
Spain – La Liga
Date: Saturday, 17 September 2022
Kick-off at 17:30 UK/ 18:30 CET
Venue: Estadio de Mestalla.
Some years passed since Valencia absolutely dominated the Spanish football scene, but this time around it seems that they are here to make amends. They are on a good run at home, and will be determined to deliver a winning performance this Saturday against Celta Vigo.
Last year, Valencia missed out on a ticket to Europe by just two spots. They finished ninth in the table, while a top-seven finish was a must.
While they are yet to find top form in overall games, they are delivering great performances in front of their home crowd. In fact, disregarding a single loss here, they have a 100% winning record.
And it deserves to be mentioned that this only defeat came against none other than Atletico Madrid.
Meanwhile, Celta finished 11th in the table the previous season, and that too with a goal difference of 0. And their two wins so far in the competition came against the dead-last placed Cadiz, and the recently-promoted Girona.
Moreover, they are letting in goals in huge numbers on the road, and to top this all off, they have a poor h2h record against this rival too.
Considering these observations, expect a win for Valencia this weekend at the Estadio de Mestalla.
Valencia won three of their past six overall fixtures, and they won four of their past five appearances at this ground.
In fact, they registered a 5-1 win at home the last time they appeared here, against Getafe, and they scored two or more goals in three of their former five home games too.
On the other hand, Celta Vigo lost 4-1 on the road the past game week against Atletico Madrid, and they were winless in seven of their past nine fixtures as well.
Note that they let in two or more goals in four of their preceding six matches, and won just thrice away from home in the past ten months.
Taking into account these observations, expect a victory for Valencia this weekend.