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Barcelona vs. Valencia Preview and Betting Odds

Last Updated on April 25, 2024 3:26 pm by Erwin Noguera

LaLiga has reached the final stretch, and things at the top are reaching a critical point, as Real Madrid has an 11-point lead over second-placed Barcelona. With only six matchdays left, the Culés fight is now for the honor and to lock the second place, with Girona breathing on their necks.

It has been a complicated week for the Catalans, amid the defeat, the controversy, and everything surrounding the club, including Xavi’s situation, which has some fans discontent.

The visitors, Valencia, are currently placed as the 8th team on the scoreboard, with 13 wins, 8 draws, and 11 losses. Their biggest issue so far is the inconsistency during their most recent matches, and it might not help much against a top-tier team.

We have a match that has high stakes for one of the teams here, so we will be eager to watch it unfold.

When and where?

Monday, April 29, 3:00 pm ET at the Lluís Companys Stadium

Moneyline odds: 

Barcelona 1.399

Valencia 8.75

Draw Offs


Where can I watch it?

DSports and Movistar Deportes

Why Bet on Barcelona?

The thing to consider here is that Barcelona is one of the biggest clubs in the world and is the defending Spanish champions. They had one of the strongest teams coming into LaLiga, and were expected by many to win the title again this season. However, things have not progressed that way in the league.

Barcelona’s chances of winning the league title for the second season in a row are over now after they lost to Real Madrid in El Clasico in their last encounter. 

The team also failed to progress to the semifinals of the UEFA Champions League this season after losing to Paris Saint-Germain in the last four.

They have a promising future with many excellent young footballers, suchas Yamal and Cubarsi.

Why Bet on Valencia?

Valencia once used to play season after season in Europe’s top club competitions. Los Che were regulars in the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Europa League and were expected to do well in them, but they cannot even end up in the top seven as of these recent days.

Rubén Baraja’s side is not going to finish in the European competition places of the LaLiga table this season either, more than likely. They have progressed correctly this season, fighting to enter the top. However, now they must surpass Real Sociedad and Betis. Even if the difference is not too high (four and one point, respectably), both are superior teams in the squad and level of play.

They went down 2-1 to Real Betis in LaLiga this past weekend, which came after 1-0 wins against Osasuna and Granada away from home in the league.

Final Betting Analysis: Barcelona vs. Valencia

We all have to agree that Valencia is not having a great season, while Barcelona is in pretty decent form. Xavi’s side are also at home for this game. It is hard to see anything but a win for the defending Spanish champions.

We expect Barcelona to bounce with a victory and keep the hopes up for a bit longer here. We’ll go for a 3-1.

Go for a victory for the locals at 1.399. If you bet $100 at such odds, you could get $39.9 for a total payout of $139.

Barcelona vs. Valencia Betting Pick: Barcelona

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