LaLiga Santander: Celtic – Valencia

LaLiga Santander: Celtic – Valencia

There are five days to go before the League ends and there are no half measures. For itself, Valencia would like the current situation of Celta, which, however, should not be neglected so that the final stretch does not become too long. The black and white team have only added three points away from home in their last 10 outings, so anything to add would be welcome.

Barely a month and a half ago, Celta aspired to be able to access European positions. Now he is looking for a victory that certifies his presence in the First Division next season. For this reason, the match against Valencia has been classified as a final to be able to breathe in the last four days and not get into further trouble, after achieving only one victory in the last seven games. Carvalhal will have to restructure half of his defense, given the important losses of Aidoo and Javi Galán, although he recovers Mingueza after almost three months out.

With the losses of Thierry and Cavani due to suspension and with enormous problems to score goals. With Hugo Duro touched, Kluivert’s return to the team after a month injured is the best news. But the key, given the latest results, has to be not conceding goals. Everything indicates that Baraja will continue to use homegrown players, either in the starting eleven or throughout the game to reactivate the team. 200 followers travel by coach from Valencia.

Gabriel Veiga vs. Andre Almeida. Celta misses the offensive contribution of the midfielder and Valencia entrusts itself to the clairvoyance of the Portuguese to have control of the game.

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The prediction of… FERNANDO ALVAREZ

I won’t get rich with the bets but it is that two teams face each other that have a hard time scoring in the last days. Of course, as Celta wake up…



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