Valencia – Real Madrid. Konstantin Genich’s prediction

19:30/Jan 03 '16

The Bookmaker Ratings pundit and football commentator on Russian Match TV channel Konstantin Genich expects the host team to comfortably win in the upcoming Spanish La Liga match between Valencia and Real Madrid.

For some, the central game of the weekend in Spain is the Catalan derby. For others, the meeting between Deportivo and Villarreal. As for me, Valencia – Real is a serious billboard, independent on the teams’ form. What can I recommend to you for this meeting? Gary Neville has been failing to change the situation in Valencia. In his two league games, Neville had 2-2 with Getafe and the away defeat against Villarreal with questionable quality of the game. But as we see, Real Madrid aren’t in best form either, despite 10-2 against Rayo Vallecano and 3-1 against Real Sociedad. The quality of their football leaves questions. There is no balance. Let’s see what will happen in 2016. There has been a certain pattern in the last team games. They score goals against each other. I could recommend both teams to score, but the odds are low – 1.57. See for yourself. I think this is the situation where Valencia need to take risks to improve their situation. They are playing not against Barcelona after all. So, maybe they will play aggressively at home, go forward. Probably, Valencia won’t play with three central defenders, as was in the match with Villarreal, as it was an away game. You can try to go with the overs in this match. Bookmakers agree with me, so the odds on total over 2.5 goals are very low. So, I suggest taking total over 3 goals with refund. 1.73 are absolutely normal, adequate odds for this match. For risk lovers there’s another bet – total over 3.5 with bold odds of 2.16.

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Valencia - Real Madrid
03.01.2016 19:30 \B\S\T
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