Saturday LaLiga action from Estadio Ramon de Carranza, as Cádiz take on Valencia.
Saturday’s clash at Estadio Ramon de Carranza- sees eighth placed Valencia, travel to fifteenth-placed Cádiz in the LaLiga.
This season’s LaLiga campaign, has so far seen Cádiz achieve six points
Cádiz will be eager to return to some kind of winning form, having lost their last game to Rayo Vallecano, which itself followed a draw to Barcelona, this fixture could be the opportunity.
Suffering three losses in five games is a terrible run of form for any club, Alvaro Cervera’s Cádiz will know this and will be hopeful of turning it around. They currently stand fifteenth in the League, with six points having won one game, drawn three matches, and lost three meetings.
Playing at home, Cádiz have drawn two games and lost two fixtures.
A win in this fixture, would take Cádiz’s points from 6 to 9, so far this season.
Cádiz’s squad will likely be depleted of three of their key players when they start on Saturday, due to injury or illness.
Valencia arrive at this fixture, having secured 11 points so far this season
Valencia’s recent run of poor form will be worrying for manager Pepe Bordalas, with a 1-1 draw to Athletic Bilbao in their last fixture, which followed a defeat to Seville. The Bats will be fired up for this next match, but mustn’t throw caution to the wind.
Pepe Bordalas knows that a run of two losses in three matches for his Valencia side, is going to be a tough run of form to change. However that is exactly what he must try to deliver. They currently sit in eighth place, with a total of 11 points having won three games, drawn two matches, and lost two meetings.
Valencia have won one game, drawn one game, and lost one game of their three League matches on the road this season.
A win in this fixture would take Valencia’s points to 14 in the League.
Good Attacking Performance
Valencia have a good scoring record this season, with 12 netted so far (10 from open play and two penalties). This has been largely down to the key attacking players: Carlos Soler (3), Goncalo Guedes (2), and Hugo Duro (2). Valencia have conceded eight goals.
Valencia are likely to be missing six of their key players when they start Saturday’s game, due to injury and illness.
Cádiz v Valencia – Head-to-Heads.
The recent form between these two sides has seen Valencia with a greater number of wins. In the last six meetings, they have enjoyed three victories, to Cádiz’s one victory. Also, Cádiz have been unable to beat Valencia in their last two matches with Valencia at Estadio Ramon de Carranza. The last time they played each other in this competition was April 2021 and the score line ended up with a 2-1 away win for Valencia.
Valencia have a win probability of 42.02 percent.