Valencia vs Sevilla Match Info
Date: Wednesday October 30 2019
Kick-off time: 6.00pm GMT
Venue: Mestalla Stadium
Referee: Carlos Del Cerro Grande
Valencia vs Sevilla Head-To-Head Record
Last 4 matches
March 31 2019: Sevilla 0-1 Valencia
December 8 2018: Valencia 1-1 Sevilla
March 10 2018: Sevilla 0-2 Valencia
October 21 2017: Valencia 4-0 Sevilla
Total head-to-head league matches played since 1993-94: 46
Valencia wins: 22
Sevilla wins: 15
Valencia vs Sevilla Stats
- Sevilla have won only one of their last seven matches against Valencia
- Valencia are unbeaten in their latest eight home games against Sevilla (six wins, two draws)
- A clean sheet has been kept in 10 of Sevilla’s 13 matches this season
Valencia vs Sevilla Match Preview
Valencia’s fans are not enjoying the happiest of seasons and they could see their team make it four matches without a win when they host Sevilla on Wednesday.
Peter Lim, also the biggest individual shareholder at Salford City, is not the most popular owner in Spain and he again upset the Valencia fans earlier this season when he sacked manager Marcelino Garcia Toral – a move that has not proved particularly successful so far.
Marcelino fell out with Lim and his replacement, Albert Celades, has done only an average job up to now – which is perhaps better than expected considering his players all refused to attend a press conference with him less than a week after his appointment to show their solidarity behind his predecessor!
Now Celades goes up against Julen Lopetegui, whom he assisted with the Spain national team and Real Madrid, with the Sevilla manager currently rebuilding his reputation quite effectively after his ill-fated move to the Bernabeu last year.
Sevilla are only one point off the top of La Liga table and also have a perfect record in what is admittedly a pretty easy Europa League group, with three wins to nil so far.
However, what Valencia have going for them is a solid domestic home record this term, unbeaten in five matches, and strong head-to-head stats against Sevilla (see above) – and the draw we are backing here would preserve both of those while also extending their winless run in all competitions to four games.
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Valencia vs Sevilla Betting Tips
Draw @ 49/20 with Unibet
Under 2.5 goals @ 10/11 with bet365