Sevilla vs Valencia Match Review

Sevilla vs Valencia Match Review

October 17, 2022 Sports Betting

Sevilla vs Valencia Match Review

When Valencia visits Estadio Ramon on Tuesday night, Jorge Sampaoli will want to build on his successful start as Sevilla’s manager.

Sevilla won against Mallorca in La Liga on Saturday, while Valencia was held to a draw at home by bottom-of-the-table Elche. Sevilla will come into this game off of that victory.

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Sevilla vs Valencia Betting  odds

Team Bet365 Betway 1xbet
Sevilla 2.25 2.32 2.29
Valencia 3.20 3.40 3.34

 Sevilla vs Valencia Tips and Prediction

Julen Lopetegui was fired as head coach of Sevilla earlier this month, and Sampaoli took over as interim head coach for the remainder of the 2016–17 season.

The Spanish team earned a point in a tie away to Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League three days after Sampaoli’s debut match, a draw with Athletic Bilbao in La Liga on October 8.

However, Sevilla will enter this game on a winning note after defeating Mallorca in the league on Saturday. Nemanja Gudelj scored the game’s lone goal early in the second half.

Rojiblancos, who placed fourth in Spain’s top division last year, are currently 13th in the La Liga standings with a record of two wins, three draws, and four losses from their nine games. At this point in the season, they are already 10 points behind the top four, which is cause for concern.

Sevilla hasn’t lost to Valencia in La Liga since March 2019, and the home team won the comparable matchup between the two teams last season by a score of 3-1.

Valencia, on the other hand, will enter this game off of a tie with Elche on Saturday, extending their La Liga unbeaten streak to four games.

Los Che are in seventh place in the table with 14 points after a solid start to the season, but they will feel that all three points against the bottom-of-the-league team should have been secured.

In fact, Valencia came back from a 29th-minute deficit to take a lead late in the first half thanks to two goals from Edinson Cavani. Elche, however, did not quit and added a second goal through Milla in the 65th, resulting in a tie at Mestalla.

In addition to this game, Gennaro Gattuso’s team will play at home against Mallorca and Barcelona back-to-back nights after this one.

Valencia placed ninth in Spain’s premier division last year, but the squad has been exhibiting a lot of promising signals lately, making it possible to write them off as outsiders for a top-six slot this year.


The game on Tuesday might be cagey because both teams will be a little nervous going into it.

The possible absence of Cavani is a setback for Valencia, but Los Che aren’t losing matches right now, so we’re picking the visitors to split the points against Sevilla, who are becoming better.