Valencia vs Swansea by Marlo
In fact, in my opinion, Swansea have a fair chance of winning and are definitely not as insulting as the odds of over 4/1 suggest for a win.
Here are the facts, Valencia have conceded 11 goals in their last 4 games and have lost 3 of their last 4 games. The most recent being a 3-1 away loss to Real Betis.
On the other hand, Swansea are coming off a 2-2 draw with Liverpool showing that they posses enough attacking threat to trouble any side. They have scored at least once in their last 5 games and should have no problem finding the back of the net against an unsettled defence.
Swansea coach has said that Swansea have nothing to lose and will go for victory. I like the look of Swansea here and think they can make a good impression taking point/s in the process.
Here is the key squad news with injury updates: Laudrup comes into the side with a number of injury concerns, with former Valencia winger Pablo Hernandez out with a hamstring problem and Neil Taylor a long-term casualty with a thigh injury.
Leon Britton is also suspended after his red card in the second leg against Petrolul Ploiesti in the final qualifying rounds.
There are further doubts over Wilfried Bony, who picked up a knock against Liverpool on Monday, and Laudrup would not confirm if Jonjo Shelvey will be selected after his eventful night in the 2-2 draw at the Liberty Stadium.
He said: 'I can't tell you the team because we still have to see. But I have a good squad to pick from.'
Valencia, have no new injury worries.
The risky: Swansea win or Swansea over 1.5 team goals.
Safe Picks: Swansea dnb or swansea double chance.
However, I will opt for Swansea dnb as I see a good chance of Swansea getting at least a point.
All the best if you're punting on this match.
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|Swansea DNB||Bet365||3.75||9||0-3 WON (+24.75 units)|