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Sunday, January 4, 2015

Valencia vs Real Madrid Spanish Primera División 04-01-2015

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Valencia vs Real Madrid - Competition: Spanish Primera División

Valencia team have taken maximum points in 6 of their last 8 Primera Division home games this season, utilizing an exciting attack to thrill the Mestalla Stadium spectators and club loyalists alike. Outside of 2 drab affairs against Athletic Club (0:0) and FC Barcelona (0:1), the hosts have scored at least 3 goals in their other 6 home games, and the club manager will be delighted with their midyear report. Sitting in 4th place and occupying the final UCL place, last season’s 8th-place finisher will have a good chance to return to Europe if they continue in their solid form. However, they have 3 teams hounding them at just 1 point adrift, and the pressure has been mounting on Los Che. While they will take confidence from the fact that Paco Alcacer is firing with 4 goals from their last 5 competitive matches, the fixture list won’t be kind to them as they are paid a visit from the hottest team in Europe right now.
Real Madrid team will look to extend their all-time best 22-match competitive win streak this weekend. While they did lose to AC Milan in late December, that game was a club friendly and won’t be registered to their competitive streak, and Los Blancos were hardly utilized to their full strength in Dubai. The club has assembled a mass array of star-studded talent, from Cristiano Ronaldo to Gareth Bale, and they have smashed opponents with a shocking 55 goals through 15 league games as a result. With a 1-point lead in 1st place with a game in hand on their title-rivals, FC Barcelona, the visitors can do themselves a massive favor by securing the road victory this weekend. Los Che should be able to pose them a tough proposition at the Mestalla Stadium, but the fact of the matter is Los Blancos look like the strongest team in the world right now, and considering they have conquered the hosts in their last 5 league trips to Valencia, their record-breaking streak shouldn’t be ending this Sunday.

Match date: Sunday, January 4, 2015
Kick Off Time: 5:00 PM
Venue: Estadio Mestalla, Valencia, Spain

You can watch the match here: Link 1 , Link 2 [Live Scores]







 
 

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