Valencia has had a turbulent season due to the sacking of Ayerstan after being in charge for only 6 months and on top of that Prandelli who replaced him, resigned at the end of the last year. Prandelli was Valencia's 9th coach since 2012, but it seems like they finally have coach that has brought stability and consistency into the team. Voro has been in Valencia his whole managerial carer and he has taken control of the team every time a coach was sacked and most of the times he proved to be worthy of that role. Now it seems that Voro will finally be given a chance to prove his ability and the team's current form shows us that he is on the right track. Valencia lost only one La Liga match at home under Voro and that is also the only time they didn't find the net. They are facing Sevilla which has been just few points behind Barcelona and Real Madird for a long time but they're in a miserable form lately and they fell to 4th place, moreover now they are facing a threat of losing the Champions League spot for the next season. Last time out Sevilla finally won after 6 matches without a win in all competitions. There are no new injury concerns for any of the teams and I expect both to go out and try to get all three points. Valencia wants to continue their good run in front of their crowd, while Andalusians needs points to keep their advantage against Villarreal in their fight for the 4th place. Valencia seems a clear favourite to me due to their form however, Sevilla has the quality to beat any team and they have proven that a few times this season.
All in all I expect an open match with a lot of chance and goals.
Play now US Players are welcome
|both halves over 1.5 goals
||0-0 LOST (-8 units)|