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FC Barcelona vs Valencia prediction 2024-04-29

FC Barcelona
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2024-04-29
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FC Barcelona
Prediction: 1-0
Valencia
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Probability of win
FC Barcelona — 62.2%
Draw — 21%
Valencia — 16.8%
Our Prediction
Winner: FC Barcelona;
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Barcelona will try to recover from a heart-breaking loss in El Clasico when they face Valencia in the La Liga round 33. Barca failed to defend their Primera Division title and they are now on a quest to secure a top-two finish. As Xavi’s troops will be fully focused on the national championship in the season finale, home win should be considered. Frenkie De Jong suffered a serious injury in the 3-2 loss to Real Madrid, with Pedri likely to step up, while both Gavi and Balde remain in the recovery room.

Los Che, on the other hand, failed to impress in a 2-1 loss to Real Betis at the weekend, which is yet another reason why we are going to put our money on Barcelona this time out.

Prediction: 2-1 (Barcelona)

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Both to score
Yes
52.33%
No
47.67%
Total
More 2.5
More 3.5
Less 2.5
Less 3.5
56.1%
33.7%
43.9%
66.3%
Individual total
More 0.5
More 1.5
Less 0.5
Less 1.5
FC Barcelona
86.5%
59.4%
13.5%
40.6%
Valencia
60.5%
23.8%
39.5%
76.2%
Correct score
0:0
0:1
0:2
0:3
0:4
1:0
1:1
1:2
1:3
1:4
5.3%
5%
2.3%
0.7%
0.2%
10.7%
9.9%
4.6%
1.4%
0.3%
2:0
2:1
2:2
2:3
2:4
3:0
3:1
3:2
3:3
3:4
10.7%
9.9%
4.6%
1.4%
0.3%
7.1%
6.6%
3.1%
1%
0.2%
FC Barcelona Valencia
Games 37 37
Wins 25 13
Losses 5 15
Draws 7 9
Goals 77 38
Goals per game 2.1 1
Conceded per game 1.2 1.2
Attacks 122.4 94.4
Corners per game 6.3 3.3
Yellow cards per game 2.3 1.7
Fouls per game 10.9 12.3
Latest matches
Score
2024-05-19
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FC Barcelona
Rayo Vallecano
3
0
2024-05-13
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FC Barcelona
Real Sociedad
2
0
2024-04-29
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FC Barcelona
Valencia
4
2
2024-05-26
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Celta de Vigo
Valencia
2
2
2024-05-16
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Real Sociedad
Valencia
1
0
2024-04-29
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FC Barcelona
Valencia
4
2
La Liga
Team Games Win. Draws Lost Goals Points
Real Madrid 38 29 8 1 87:26 95
FC Barcelona 37 25 7 5 77:43 82
Girona 38 25 6 7 85:46 81
Atlético Madrid 38 24 4 10 70:43 76
Athletic Club 38 19 11 8 61:37 68
Real Sociedad 38 16 12 10 51:39 60
Real Betis 38 14 15 9 48:45 57
Villarreal 38 15 10 13 66:65 55
Valencia 37 13 9 15 38:43 48
Deportivo Alavés 37 12 9 16 35:45 45
Osasuna 38 12 8 18 45:57 44
Getafe 37 10 13 14 41:52 43
Sevilla 37 10 11 16 47:52 41
Celta de Vigo 37 10 10 17 44:55 40
Las Palmas 37 10 9 18 32:46 39
Rayo Vallecano 38 8 14 16 29:48 38
Mallorca 37 7 16 14 31:43 37
Cádiz 38 6 15 17 26:55 33
Granada 38 4 9 25 38:79 21
Almería 38 3 12 23 43:75 21
Top scorers
FC Barcelona
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R. Lewandowski (18)
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F. Torres García (7)
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J. Sequeira (7)
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F. Lopez Marin (7)
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R. Dias Belloli (6)
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L. Yamal Nasraoui Ebana (5)
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İ. Gündoğan (5)
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P. López (4)
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S. Roberto Carnicer (3)
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A. Christensen (2)
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F. de Jong (2)
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J. Cavaco Cancelo (2)
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J. Koundé (1)
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R. Araújo da Silva (1)
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Pablo Gaviria (1)
Valencia
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H. Duro (13)
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J. García Vayá (7)
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J. Guerra Moreno (4)
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D. López Noguerol (3)
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R. Yaremchuk (3)
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A. Almeida (2)
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F. Perez Martinez (1)
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M. Diakhaby (1)
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J. Gayá Peña (1)
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S. Canós Tenes (1)
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H. Guillamón Sanmartín (1)
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J. Vazquez Alcalde (1)
Top assists
FC Barcelona
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R. Dias Belloli
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İ. Gündoğan
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R. Lewandowski
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L. Yamal Nasraoui Ebana
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J. Sequeira
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J. Cavaco Cancelo
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A. Christensen
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J. Koundé
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F. Torres García
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S. Roberto Carnicer
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P. López
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R. Araújo da Silva
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A. Balde Martínez
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Pablo Gaviria
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O. Romeu Vidal
Valencia
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D. López Noguerol
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F. Perez Martinez
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H. Duro
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J. Guerra Moreno
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Thierry Correia
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J. Gayá Peña
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S. Canós Tenes
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S. Amallah
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A. Almeida
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A. Mari Sánchez
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J. García Vayá
La Liga FC Barcelona Valencia
Number of matches 380 37 37
Average win rate (%) 36 67.6 35.1
Goals per match 2.6 2.1 1
Yellow per match 4.9 2.3 1.7
Corners per match 9.4 6.3 3.3
Home goals per match 1.5 2.3 1.1
Away goals per match 1.2 1.9 1
Player rating 6.8 7.1 6.7

The Legacy of FC Barcelona and Valencia CF

Soccer holds a special place in Spain’s cultural milieu, and no two teams exemplify this passion and history more than Futbol Club Barcelona, commonly referred to as FC Barcelona, and Valencia Club de Futbol, known as Valencia CF. These two powerhouses of Spanish soccer have etched an indelible mark on the sport, becoming synonymous with football's rich Spanish tapestry. This article delves into the extensive histories and momentous contributions of these globally recognized and respected teams.

FC Barcelona: More Than A Club

Established in 1899, FC Barcelona has grown to become one of the most successful and prestigious clubs in world football. Built on a philosophy of beautiful, creative soccer and a commitment to home-grown talent, the club’s motto 'Mes Que Un Club' – more than a club – encapsulates its community-oriented identity.

From the early triumphs in Campionat de Catalunya and Copa del Rey during the club’s infancy to the glorious era under Johan Cruyff in the late twentieth century, Barca’s history is replete with success. Cruyff's 'Dream Team' of the 90s, featuring several La Masia (Barca's youth academy) products, revolutionized the sport with its 'tiki-taka' style of play, proving to be the precursor to the success of modern Barcelona.

However, the club's golden period undeniably came under the stewardship of Pep Guardiola between 2008 and 2012. During this time, FC Barcelona, led by home-grown talents like Lionel Messi, Xavi Hernandez, and Andres Iniesta, swept all before them, clinching numerous domestic and international titles including two UEFA Champions League crowns.

Valencia CF: The Bats of Mestalla

Valencia CF, or Los Che as they are affectionately called by their fans, was founded in 1919. Although they may not boast the same trophy haul as their Catalan counterparts, Valencia’s history is nonetheless filled with numerous memorable successes and iconic moments.

Valencia became a household name in Spanish football thanks to their performances in the 1940s, clinching multiple La Liga titles and Copa del Rey championships. The 1970s and early 2000s were other upbeat periods in the club's history, with the team regularly capturing silverware and building a formidable reputation in European football.

Particularly notable was the reign of coach Rafael Benitez in the early 2000s. Under his tactful guidance, Valencia twice clinched the La Liga title, breaking the dominance of FC Barcelona and Real Madrid. They also won the UEFA Cup, solidifying the club’s status among Europe’s elite.

Battles of Brilliance: FC Barcelona vs Valencia CF

Matches between FC Barcelona and Valencia CF have come to be known for their thrilling soccer and high stakes. Valencia's unmatched resolve against Barcelona's artistic dominance has resulted in some of the most exciting games in Spanish football history.

Throughout the years, there have been remarkable encounters, many of which have had significant implications for the La Liga title race or have been climactic deciders in the Copa del Rey. Notably, in the 2018-19 season, Valencia defeated Barcelona in the Copa del Rey final, emphasising the club’s refusal to be overshadowed by their more illustrious rivals.

Final Thoughts

FC Barcelona and Valencia CF's long and rich histories, marked by extraordinary successes, unforgettable games, and legendary players, continue to captivate fans worldwide. Like their contemporary counterparts, these Spanish soccer giants have shown resilience, tenacity, and passion, serving as powerful symbols of the beautiful game. Their stories are not merely annals of victories and defeats, but narratives of communities rallying around their teams, exhilarated by the beautiful game of football.