La Liga | FC Barcelona VS Valencia CF; Tuesday, 30 April at 03:00 GMT +8

Barcelona is aiming to improve on their 3-2 La Liga defeat against Real Madrid. In that game, Barcelona had 53% possession and 14 attempts on goal, with goals from Andreas Christensen and Fermín. Real Madrid had 14 attempts on goal with 8 on target. Barcelona has been able to score 11 goals in their last six games, with a total of 11 and a total of 9 conceded. They are unbeaten in their last 5 home league matches and by Valencia in their previous 7 games.

Valencia, who were beaten in their last La Liga match against Real Betis, will aim to make amends in their upcoming match. In that match, Valencia had 54% possession and 8 shots on goal, with only Pepelu scoring. Real Betis had 12 attempts at goal with 6 on target, with Ayoze Pérez scoring for Real Betis. Valencia has had a low volume of goals in their past six clashes, with an average of 1.17 goals per game. Their past results show they have won only seven away games against Barcelona and are undefeated in their previous two away league matches.

Barcelona manager Xavi Hernández will not play Renkie de Jong due to ankle injury, Alejandro Balde to Tendon rupture, and Gavi to Crucate ligament tear. Barça may use a 4-3-3 formation in the game.

Valencia manager Rubén Baraja has several players out due to injuries, including Roman Yaremchuk and Mouctar Diakhaby. Los Che is expected to use a 4-2-3-1 system, starting with Giorgi Mamardashvili, Dimitri Foulquier, and others.

Predicted lineups:


Goalkeeper: Marc-André ter Stegen
Defenders: João Cancelo, Ronald Araújo, Jules Koundé, Pau Cubarsí
Midfielders: Pedri, Andreas Christensen, İlkay Gündoğan
Forwards: Robert Lewandowski, Raphinha, Lamine Yamal


Goalkeeper: Giorgi Mamardashvili
Defenders: Cristhian Mosquera, Thierry Correia, Cenk Özkacar, Jesús Vázquez
Midfielders: Javi Guerra, Diego López, Pepelu, Fran Pérez
Forwards: Hugo Duro, André Almeida

  • Barcelona – 0 wins
  • Valencia – — wins
  • Draws – 1

Over all competition record

La Liga Standings

Barcelona is expected to score multiple times against Valencia, leading to a 2-0 winning margin at the end of the game.

Winning probability:

Barcelona – 69%

Draw – 19%

Valencia – 12%

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