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Valencia vs Celta Vigo: Valencia is catching the last train for Champions League

Valencia vs Celta Vigo: Valencia is catching the last train for Champions League

Valencia vs Celta Vigo: Match preview

One of the most interesting matches of the 22nd round of the Spanish La Liga is played at Mestalla where Valencia will welcome Celta. Both teams have their chances and wishes in this match. We believed this would be one of the most important matches for both teams until the end of La Liga.

Valencia team news:

Valencia certainly played their best match in this year’s championship against Barcelona at home, and the match ended with a score of 2-0, although Valencia could have won a more convincing triumph. After that triumph, the “bats” jumped to seventh place in the standings and currently have only two points short of the team that will reach the Champions League at the end of the championship.

This is certainly the primary goal of the team from “Mestalla” regarding this season. It should not be forgotten that the “bats” have made it to the knockout phase of the Champions League, so this year is more than successful.

In its last 10 games this team has won 6 times, scoring 17 times in total, which is an average of 1.7 goals per game.

Probable lineup: Doménech, Gayá, Paulista, Garay, Wass, Soler, Coquelin, Parejo, Torres, Gameiro, Gomez.

Celta Vigo team news:

As for Celta, few expected the Vigo squad to play such a bad this season, but at the moment the situation is that this squad is in a disastrous 18th place in the standings. This at the end of the championship means moving to a lower rank.

Still, Celta has been providing better games lately, so they have been draw three times in the last three matches. The last time this happened when this team played a goalless match against Eibar on their field.

In their last 10 games this team has won 1 time, scoring a total of 11 times, averaging 1.1 goals per game.

Probable lineup: Blanco, Olaza, Araújo, Murillo, Vázquez, Beltrán, Yokuslu, Méndez, Rafinha, Suárez, Mina.

Match prediction:

It is certain that we expect a match with a lot of goals. This means that Valencia will score at least twice, as we also expect this team to win. Celta needs a least a point, but will have to search for them somewhere else.

Where to watch:

TV Channels: beIN Sport Max (Fra), CANAL+ Sport (Pol), CMore (Fin), CMore Fotboll (Swe), CMore Sport (Fin), COSMOTE Sport, Digi Sport 2 (Cze/Svk), Digi Sport 4 (Rom), Eleven Sports (Por), Look Sport, Match! Futbol, Match TV, NTV Spor Smart, Spiler2 TV, Spor Smart, SportKlub (BiH), SportKlub (Cro), SportKlub (Mac), SportKlub (Mon), SportKlub (Ser), SportKlub (Slo), Telekom Sport (Rom)

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