Live on Skysports 1: Sun 20.30: Despite erratic form, Valencia can win by at least two goals against Betis, 13/8 with Boylesports.
Valencia need to steady the ship if they are to hold onto third place and with just 4 wins in 2012 (from 17 games) they look shaky. However, they are BetVictor’s 8/13 favs to see off Real Betis, their 5/1 visitors (William Hill).
Last time out in front of a home crowd, Valencia smashed 4 past Vallencano and the time before that it was 4 against AZ in Europe. Sportingbet make them a chunky 6/1 to record 4 or more goals again (the previous win to the AZ game was also a 4 goal haul). Boylepsorts put 13/8 on the home team to win the game by 2 clear goals or more.
Real Betis will not simply be making up the numbers and can get on the score sheet, Ladbrokes chalking up 4/5 on both teams to score, while Ruben Castro is an excellent 13/5 with Coral to notch in a 5th straight game.