Standings

# Team MP W D L F A G P
1 Barcelona 27 18 4 5 63 31 +32 58
2 Real Madrid 27 16 8 3 49 19 +30 56
3 Sevilla 27 13 8 6 39 29 +10 47
4 Real Sociedad 27 14 4 9 45 33 +12 46
5 Getafe 27 13 7 7 37 25 +12 46
6 Atlético de Madrid 27 11 12 4 31 21 +10 45
7 Valencia 27 11 9 7 38 39 -1 42
8 Villarreal 27 11 5 11 44 38 +6 38
9 Granada 27 11 5 11 33 32 +1 38
10 Athletic Bilbao 27 9 10 8 29 23 +6 37
11 Osasuna 27 8 10 9 34 38 -4 34
12 Real Betis 27 8 9 10 38 43 -5 33
13 Levante 27 10 3 14 32 40 -8 33
14 Deportivo Alavés 27 8 8 11 29 37 -8 32
15 Real Valladolid 27 6 11 10 23 33 -10 29
16 Eibar 27 7 6 14 27 41 -14 27
17 Celta Vigo 27 5 11 11 22 34 -12 26
18 Mallorca 27 7 4 16 28 44 -16 25
19 Leganes 27 5 8 14 21 39 -18 23
20 Espanyol 27 4 8 15 23 46 -23 20

Results

Tuesday, March 10, 2020
Eibar 1 - 2 Real Sociedad
Sunday, March 8, 2020
Real Betis 2 - 1 Real Madrid
Villarreal 1 - 2 Leganes
Levante 1 - 1 Granada
Real Valladolid 1 - 4 Athletic Bilbao
Osasuna 1 - 0 Espanyol
Saturday, March 7, 2020
Getafe 0 - 0 Celta Vigo
Barcelona 1 - 0 Real Sociedad
Atlético de Madrid 2 - 2 Sevilla
Eibar 1 - 2 Mallorca
Friday, March 6, 2020
Deportivo Alavés 1 - 1 Valencia
Sunday, March 1, 2020
Real Madrid 2 - 0 Barcelona
Mallorca 0 - 1 Getafe
Espanyol 1 - 1 Atlético de Madrid
Athletic Bilbao 1 - 0 Villarreal
Sevilla 3 - 2 Osasuna
Saturday, February 29, 2020
Granada 0 - 0 Celta Vigo
Leganes 1 - 1 Deportivo Alavés
Valencia 2 - 1 Real Betis
Eibar 3 - 0 Levante

Fixtures

Sunday, March 15, 2020
Real Madrid 8:30 PM Eibar
Sevilla 8:30 PM Real Betis
Valencia 8:30 PM Levante
Athletic Bilbao 8:30 PM Atlético de Madrid
Mallorca 8:30 PM Barcelona
Real Sociedad 8:30 PM Osasuna
Leganes 8:30 PM Real Valladolid
Espanyol 8:30 PM Deportivo Alavés
Celta Vigo 8:30 PM Villarreal
Granada 8:30 PM Getafe
Sunday, March 22, 2020
Osasuna 8:30 PM Atlético de Madrid
Real Madrid 8:30 PM Valencia
Real Valladolid 8:30 PM Celta Vigo
Levante 8:30 PM Sevilla
Villarreal 8:30 PM Mallorca
Barcelona 8:30 PM Leganes
Deportivo Alavés 8:30 PM Real Sociedad
Getafe 8:30 PM Espanyol
Real Betis 8:30 PM Granada
Eibar 8:30 PM Athletic Bilbao

valencia vs celta-vigo Tip Reason:

Valencia’s 2-0 victory over Barcelona last weekend extended their unbeaten home league record this season to 11 matches (W6, D5). Celta Vigo are without a victory in seven La Liga games (D5, L2) and have won just one of their last 13 league outings (W1, D5 and L7). Celestes also travel to Mestalla having won just one of their ten away fixtures in La Liga this season (W1, D3 and L6). Valencia back to their best A goal from Uruguayan forward Gabriel Fernandez was enough to earn Celta Vigo the victory when these sides met at Balaidos back on Matchday 2, but it would be a fair shock were Celestes to repeat that success at Mestalla this weekend. Currently sitting 7th in the La Liga table, it’s certainly been an inconsistent campaign overall so far for Los Che, who only just qualified for the Champions League knockout stages by a hair’s breadth before a toothless defeat against Real Madrid in the Supercopa de Espana. But one thing that has remained constant is Valencia’s strong form at Mestalla in the league. Albert Celades’ men bounced back from a difficult spell to beat champions Barcelona 2-0 in their own backyard last weekend, extending their unbeaten domestic run at Mestalla this term to 11 matches (W6, D5). Valencia turn out at home once again here on Matchday 22, and anything less than a win will do against a Celta side who have won just one from ten on the road this season (W1, D3, L6). Los Che are now just two points behind 4th placed Getafe, so success against Celestes this Saturday will put them bang into contention to achieve a Champions League place for the third consecutive season. Wins desperately needed for Celestes After three draws on the spin, it could be argued that Oscar Garcia is steadying the ship somewhat at Celta, although last week’s 0-0 draw at Balaidos against traditionally poor travellers Eibar was a real disappointment. The Galician’s are now without a La Liga win in seven (D5, L2) and have won just one of their last 13 top flight matches (W1, D5 and L7), form which again marks Celta as genuine relegation candidates this term after a 17th place finish 2018/19. Fortunately for Celestes, they remain just one point shy of safety with Mallorca unable to break the shackles in 17th, although that gap could feasibly grow this weekend with Los Bermellones fancied to take care of a toiling Valladolid side at Son Moix. It means that Celta probably need something from this game to stay immediately within reach, but even a performance similar to what they produced when drawing 1-1 against Athletic Bilbao at San Mames a fortnight ago may not be enough if put their best foot forward again. Los Che the bankers this Saturday in La Liga Valencia’s needed penalties to edge out Cultural Leonesa in the Copa Del Rey on Wednesday night, but it’s understandable that Los Che weren’t quite at full throttle following their tremendous effort against Barcelona last weekend. A reproduction of anything close to that performance from Albert Celades’ side should see them overpower Celta on Matchday 22, and we’re recommending a three point stake on Valencia, who really stand out as the banker material this Saturday across the four fixtures in La Liga. Los Che have netted twice or more in five of their last eight home league games, so we’re going for a 3-1 correct score in their favour. Our fancy is backed up by the fact that Celta have shipped 18 goals in their last eight away games, however Celestes have managed to get on the scoresheet themselves in their last six on the road.

Valencia vs Celta Vigo Betting Prediction:

Valencia 1 0 Celta Vigo
Tip: 1
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1.85
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