Real Madrid – Valencia predictions 02/02/2023

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Real Madrid will face Valencia this Thursday, February 2 to play a late match, which will count towards the 17th day of La Liga and which will be the final first leg. Real are now five points behind leaders Barca and need to close the gap as quickly as possible. While Valencia is of course fourteen, but only one point ahead of Cadiz, the first relegation.

Real Madrid – Valencia match details

  • Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid
  • Time: 21:00
  • TV Channel: BeIn Sports 1

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Real Madrid: news and form

Since the resumption of La Liga, Real Madrid have definitely beaten Valladolid and Bilbao (2-0 each) but have also been beaten by Real Sociedad (0-0) and even beaten by Villarreal (1-2). These two poor performances cost Madrid five valuable points in the title race. These five points form the gap that separates Real from Barça in the standings, in fact the Blaugranas have had a clear chapter since the restart (barring the draw against Espanyol).

Frustrated, Real Madrid played well, dominated and created chances, but lacked realism in both areas. Los Blancos have kept just two clean sheets in their last seven games. Offensive record for 2023 isn’t great either: Real only score one goal for every 9.5 shots taken. In comparison, Barca are far more efficient and only need 6.3 shots to score.

Real Madrid’s Last Five Matches:

This lack of success also resulted in mixed cutting results. Qualifying for the semifinals of the King’s Cup where they will meet Barça, Real had a somewhat chaotic match: 1-0 against Cacereno, a fourth division team, 3-2 against Villarreal after losing 0-2 in the first half and 3-1 in extra time against Atletico Madrid following the sacking of Stefan Savic.

In the Spanish Super Cup, Les Merengues also did not shine. Winning only on penalties against Valencia, they were then helpless against Barca and lost 1-3 in a one-sided final. As usual, Real spent a tricky January before, perhaps, approaching its favorite competition, the Champions League, in the best possible way.

Valencia: actuality and form

Having picked up just one point since the restart of La Liga, Valencia is seeing the red zone getting closer and closer. Indeed, Gennaro Gattuso has not been able to re-motivate his troops since returning from the truce and his men lost at Villarreal (1-2), against Cadiz (0-1) and Valladolid (0-1). The points taken against Almeria (2-2) did not allow the Italian coach to keep his place on the Murcielagos bench. Salvatore ‘Voro’ Gonzalez will be in charge temporarily.

Fourteenth with 20 points, Valencia is still far from the danger zone. In this very homogeneous championship, the battle will be fierce until the last days and over ten teams. Today, only five points separate Getafe, nineteenth, and Almeria, eleventh. Therefore, nine clubs, every weekend, are directly involved in maintenance.

Valencia’s Last Five Matches:

The King’s Cup made Valencia change his mind for a moment. Against weaker opponents, Murcielagos wandered around La Nuecia (0-3, third division) and Gijon (0-4, second division) before losing to stronger ones: Valencia lost 1-3 against Bilbao in the middle of last week and left the competition at the quarter-final stage.

The trip to Saudi Arabia for the Spanish Super Cup was also not a success. Valencia had never held Real Madrid (1-1) before but eventually lost 4-2 in a penalty shootout.

Real Madrid – Valencia: statistics and key points

  • Valencia’s last away win against Real Madrid was back in 2008 when they were on a 16-game losing streak.
  • Last season, Real Madrid won both matches against Valencia (4-1 at home and 2-1 away).
  • Valencia have not won any of their last 4 matches against Real Madrid.
  • Real Madrid record at home this season: 5-2-0 (4th).
  • Sunday against Real Sociedad (0-0), Real Madrid kept quiet for the first time this season, the Madrid guys have scored at least one goal in each of the first 31 games of the season.
  • Real Madrid haven’t lost in their last 16 home matches.
  • Real Madrid has never lost in its last 4 matches.
  • Karim Benzema is Real Madrid’s top scorer with 9 goals.
  • Valencia away record this season: 1-3-4 (16).
  • Valencia remains on a 4 match winless run in La Liga
  • Edinson Cavani is Valencia’s top scorer with 5 goals.
  • Meetings between Real Madrid and Valencia average 3.4 goals per game.

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Real Madrid have been undermanaged for several matches this January. We also think that the change of coach at Valencia will give an electric shock to the heads of the players, who, with excessive motivation, will manage to pick up a point at the Bernabéu.

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13 of Real’s 18 matches this season have seen both teams score. We believe that Valencia, who also scores and concedes a lot of goals (25-21) will suffer a lot from the Madridistas and eventually crack, but will also be able to tear the net.

  • Rating : 1.73
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