La Liga 2021-22: Barcelona vs Valencia Prediction | Preview | Head-to-Head Results
Barcelona will be back in action this weekend in La Liga as they will host Valencia at the Camp Nou on Sunday night.
The Catalans giants are in serious distress as they are enduring one of the worst starts to their campaign, they currently sit at ninth place on the table, and have only won thrice.
The aftermath of Messi’s era has seen the club go downhill, and it looks like the club could soon sack Ronald Koeman before they get into more trouble.
Valencia is on the same line as well; out of eight games, they have only won three and lost two. However, we expect them to put in a fighting performance against a wounded opponent in the form of Barca.
Barcelona vs Valencia: Last 5 H2H Results
|02 May 2021||Valencia 2-3 Barcelona||La Liga|
|19 Dec 2020||Barcelona 2-2 Valencia||La Liga|
|25 Jan 2020||Valencia 2-0 Barcelona||La Liga|
|14 Sep 2019||Barcelona 5-2 Valencia||La Liga|
|25 May 2019||Barcelona 1-2 Valencia||Copa del Rey|
Barcelona vs Valencia: Form Guide
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Barcelona vs Valencia: Trivia
- Valencia are the only team who has scored the most goals in Camp Nou, since 2013/14, netting 14 goals in eight games.
- The last time Barcelona suffered two consecutive defeats in La Liga was in October 2020.
- Barcelona has a 13.6% shot conversion rate in La Liga their lowest since 2007-08 (13.5%).
- No opponent has scored more goals against Valencia’s manager José Bordalás than Barcelona (15, level with Real Madrid).
Barcelona vs Valencia: Flashback
Barcelona vs Valencia: Predicted XI
Barcelona Predicted XI (4-3-3): Marc-Andre ter Stegen; Eric Garcia, Gerard Pique, Sergino Dest, Oscar Mingueza; Sergio Busquets, Frenkie de Jong, Gavi; Memphis Depay, Philippe Coutinho, Ansu Fati
Valencia Predicted XI (4-4-2): Jasper Cillessen; Gabriel Paulista, Omar Alderete, Toni Lato, Dimitri Foulquier; Hugo Guillamon, Daniel Wass, Hugo Duro, Yunus Musah; Goncalo Guedes, Marcos Andre
Barcelona vs Valencia: Prediction
Both teams have high-quality players at their ranks and will be intent on winning this crucial fixture.
Barcelona have been in turmoil and are struggling to find the solutions, as they face another big task on Sunday night which could be the final game for Ronald Koeman, as he has been under scrutiny.
While Valencia had their fair share of ups and downs in this campaign, however, they will be looking to pile more misery on Ronald Koeman. Valencia have often given Barcelona a run for their money and will be looking to cause problems to the hosts yet again on Sunday.