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Valencia vs Deportivo Alavés prediction 2024-05-05

Valencia
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2024-05-05
Winner
Valencia
Deportivo Alavés
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Probability of win
Valencia — 43.4%
Draw — 29.6%
Deportivo Alavés — 27.1%
Our Prediction
Winner: Valencia;
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Valencia will look to recover from a 4-2 loss to Barcelona when they take on Deportivo Alaves at their Estadio de Mestalla. Los Che failed to spoil Barca’s party at Estadio Olímpico Lluís Companys, but it has to be noted that goalkeeper Giorgi Mamardashvili was sent off on the stroke of half-time. As a result, fellow shot-stopper Jaume Domenech should be recalled to the starting XI against Alaves. Mouctar Diakhaby is sidelined with injury, while fellow defender Jose Gaya is a major doubt.

The Basques, on the other hand, defeated both Atletico Madrid and Celta Vigo in front of home fans in the last two league matches, but given their difficulties on the road, home win should be considered this time out.

Prediction: 1-0 (Valencia)

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Both to score
Yes
40.99%
No
59.01%
Total
More 2.5
More 3.5
Less 2.5
Less 3.5
34.6%
15.8%
65.4%
84.2%
Individual total
More 0.5
More 1.5
Less 0.5
Less 1.5
Valencia
69.9%
33.8%
30.1%
66.2%
Deportivo Alavés
58.6%
22.1%
41.4%
77.9%
Correct score
0:0
0:1
0:2
0:3
0:4
1:0
1:1
1:2
1:3
1:4
12.4%
11%
4.9%
1.4%
0.3%
14.9%
13.2%
5.8%
1.7%
0.4%
2:0
2:1
2:2
2:3
2:4
3:0
3:1
3:2
3:3
3:4
9%
7.9%
3.5%
1%
0.2%
3.6%
3.2%
1.4%
0.4%
0.1%
Valencia Deportivo Alavés
Games 37 37
Wins 13 12
Losses 15 16
Draws 9 9
Goals 38 35
Goals per game 1 1
Conceded per game 1.2 1.2
Attacks 94.4 90.8
Corners per game 3.3 4.9
Yellow cards per game 1.7 2.2
Fouls per game 12.3 12.7
Latest matches
Score
2024-05-19
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Valencia
Girona
1
3
2024-05-12
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Valencia
Rayo Vallecano
0
0
2024-05-05
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Valencia
Deportivo Alavés
0
1
2024-04-20
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Valencia
Real Betis
1
2
2024-03-30
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Valencia
Mallorca
0
0
2024-05-26
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Las Palmas
Deportivo Alavés
1
1
2024-05-14
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Real Madrid
Deportivo Alavés
5
0
2024-05-05
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Valencia
Deportivo Alavés
0
1
2024-04-14
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Granada
Deportivo Alavés
2
0
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
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)
Deportivo Alavés
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S. Omorodion Aghehowa (9)
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L. Rioja González (5)
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E. García Martínez (3)
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C. Benavídez Protesoni (3)
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J. Guridi Aldalur (3)
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R. Duarte Sánchez (2)
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A. Sedlar (1)
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A. Guevara Lajo (1)
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A. Rebbach (1)
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N. Tenaglia (1)
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A. Gorosabel Espinosa (1)
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J. López Carballo (1)
Top assists
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
Deportivo Alavés
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J. Guridi Aldalur
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L. Rioja González
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J. López Carballo
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A. Sola López Ocaña
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I. Hagi
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E. García Martínez
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S. Omorodion Aghehowa
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C. Benavídez Protesoni
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A. Blanco Conde
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R. Duarte Sánchez
La Liga Valencia Deportivo Alavés
Number of matches 380 37 37
Average win rate (%) 36 35.1 32.4
Goals per match 2.6 1 1
Yellow per match 4.9 1.7 2.2
Corners per match 9.4 3.3 4.9
Home goals per match 1.5 1.1 1.2
Away goals per match 1.2 1 0.7
Player rating 6.8 6.7 6.7

Unveiling the Legacy of Valencia and Deportivo Alavés in Soccer

Spain, best known for its fascinating culture, picturesque landscapes, and savory foods also holds an extraordinary place in the world of soccer. Its illustrious football history is embedded with legendary teams, and among them are Valencia Club de Fútbol and Deportivo Alavés. This article will delve into the history and legacy of these two celebrated soccer teams.

Valencia Club de Fútbol: A Zealous Journey

Established in 1919, Valencia Club de Fútbol, often recognized as Valencia CF, has had an illustrious journey distinguished by triumphs, tribulations, and transformation. The team competes in La Liga, the top-tier of Spanish football, and displays its prowess at the Mestalla Stadium, which has been their home since 1923.

Valencia's history is characterized by remarkable charisma and determination. The team secured its first Copa del Rey title in 1941, and the years that followed entrenched Valencia's position among Spain's elite teams. The sixties were particularly fruitful for Valencia, as the team claimed both national and international titles.

Although there were periods of decline, Valencia's resilience has seen them bounce back, often stronger than before. The new millennium brought renewed success, with victories in La Liga and UEFA Cup underlining Valencia's status as an elite European team.

Deportivo Alavés: A Tale of Tenacity

Deportivo Alavés, hailing from the small Basque city of Vitoria-Gasteiz, is another emblematic Spanish soccer team with a story interwoven with tenacity and endurance. Founded in 1921, Deportivo Alavés, fondly known as Alavés, made their debut in La Liga in the late 1930s.

The team's journey, however, has been an undulating roller-coaster, with numerous switches between the top divisions. But with their resilience and unremitting spirit, Alavés always managed to rebound and regroup. It was this indomitable spirit that led them to reach the UEFA Cup Final in 2001, a highlight in their team's portfolio.

Alavés also enjoyed a resurgence in the late 2010s, firmly establishing themselves in La Liga. The team remains an epitome of grit and determination despite bracing several adversities.

Shared Love for the Beautiful Game

Even through fluctuations between victories and challenges, Valencia CF and Deportivo Alavés have exhibited an unwavering commitment to the game. Their remarkable history serves as a testament to the grit and resilience embodied by these teams.

While Valencia left lasting impressions on the European stage, Alavés showcased that even smaller teams could rise to the occasion and defy expectations. Bound by their shared love for football, both teams continue to contribute to the exciting spectacle that is Spanish football.

Looking Ahead

Valencia and Deportivo Alavés' remarkable journey through the decades illuminates their transformative impact on Spanish soccer history. As they stride into the future, these emblematic clubs embody resilience, ambition, and an enduring passion for football. Despite the challenges they face, both teams remain unremitting, prepared to carve their history further into Spanish and global football.

Allowing their past triumphs to inspire rather than define them, Valencia and Deportivo Alavés stand ready to rise to their new challenges, making their journey worth following in the years to come.