Valencia travel away to Deportivo La Coruna with some great goal scoring form behind them netting 12 goals in their last 7 games. In fact they have found the back of the net in 6 out of those 7 games; which showcases even more stronger form of hitting 12 in 6. Last time around they almost held Barcelona till the 93rd minute on a 2-2 draw before conceding extremely late on for a penalty. The last 5 games has seen a particular improvement offensively since new manager Prandelli has been signed on; and he has been doing his best to get the team attacking in order to cover up their defensive liabilities. Mario Suarez, Santi Mina, Nani, Rodrigo and Munir el Haddadi have been leading their attacking lineup; and what is exciting to see is that all of them are quick on the counter attack; which is how they were able to take Barcelona to the brink.
Deportivo on the other hand are amongst the worst teams in the league as we look on. They have only managed 8 points from 9 games so far; and just conceded 8 goals in their last 2 encounters alone against Barcelona and Celta Vigo. Combine that with the fact that Deportivo haven't kept a clean sheet for 15 games in a row in La liga; and its a recipe for disaster.
I am taking a punt on Valencia scoring 2 goals in this game, as they have scored in 4 out of their last 5 games.
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|Valencia Over 1.5 goals
||1-1 LOST (-7 units)|