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Valencia vs. Celta Vigo predictions
Former Liverpool boss Rafael Benítez’s start to life in Vigo could not be going much worse, with his Celta side sat at 18th with just seven points from 13 games in LaLiga this season.
They have lost their last four away matches, shipping 10 goals in that run, with their poor run of results set to continue when they travel south to Valencia on Saturday.
Los Che had found some form prior to a heavy 5-1 defeat to giants Real Madrid last time out, going five unbeaten and winning three of their last four home matches. They didn’t concede in any of those victories, and even beat title-chasing Atlético Madrid 3-0 in the first of that trio of triumphs.
Valencia have won their last five matches against Celta, and Rubén Baraja’s side can sweep that defeat to Los Blancos under the rug and add to Rafa’s misery in Vigo.
Odds of 2.210* look generous, and Valencia should be backed on Saturday.
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Villarreal vs. Osasuna predictions
Villarreal finished fifth in LaLiga last season but are languishing in 14th this time around. They will be looking to fix their form sooner rather than later, having won only once in their last eight matches.
They have a good chance of getting a result on Sunday when they welcome 12th-placed Osasuna to Estadio de la Cerámica. The visitors are also out of form, having failed to win any of their last three games.
However, the hosts are winless in their last four home matches, and Osasuna have won three of their seven away matches this term. This is a hard fixture to predict, so looking towards goals here may be the better move.
Both teams have scored in all of Villarreal’s home matches this term while the same is true for Osasuna’s last three games, so taking both sides to find the net looks like a good starting point.
Six of the hosts’ seven home matches have seen over 2.5 goals, and the same is true for five of the visitors’ last six away games.
Pairing the outcome of three or more goals and both sides to find the net could be a solid play at appealing odds of 2.220*.
Cádiz vs. Real Madrid predictions
Later on Sunday, title-chasing Real Madrid head to Cádiz, and they will be confident of landing a comfortable victory against their lowly hosts.
Carlo Ancelotti’s side are second in the league and unbeaten in 10 matches, suggesting that they should have no issues in beating 16th-placed Cádiz, who they beat 2-0 in this fixture last season.
Another shutout looks likely too, with Cádiz being the lowest scorers in LaLiga this term after netting only 10 goals in their 13 matches. That record looks unlikely to improve against the tightest defense in the league, with Madrid only shipping nine goals all season.
Madrid have kept a clean sheet in four of their last seven matches, while Cádiz have failed to score in four of their last six in the league, suggesting that a routine win is on the cards for Los Blancos.
Odds of an away win to nil appeal greatly at 2.590*.