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Valencia Odds

Captain David Albelda has spent his entire senior career as a permanent Valencia squad member

Name: Valencia
Fact
: The first presidency of the club was decided by a coin toss
Founded: March 18th 1919
Nicknames
: Los Che, Els taronja (The Orange), Valencianistas
Ground
: Mestalla
Capacity: 55,000
Owner
: Manuel Llorente
Chairman
: Manuel Llorente
Manager
: Unai Emery
League
: La Liga
Record goalscorer
: Mundo (260 goals)
Most appearances
: Fernando (542 appearances)
Main rival
: Levante
Rivals
: Hercules, Villarreal
Celebrity fans: Manuel Cáceres Artesero aka Manolo, el del bombo, David Ferrer, Marat Safin
Fans favourites
: Soldado, Mata, Banega

Until they prove their consistency a Valencia bet is a bad one

Once such a mainstay of Europe’s premier club competition, Valencia’s inconsistency have seen them become one of the bogey teams for punters in the Champions League betting.

The early noughties saw Valencia reach consecutive Champions League finals which were followed by two La Liga titles in the following four years.

However Los Che have struggled to reproduce that standard since their last La Liga title, but have still managed to upset the Barcelona/Real Madrid duopoly once and have made three Champions League quarter-finals and one semi-final since their last appearance in the Champions League final.

It’s this inconsistency that puts punters off and while the Spanish side can boast a return of 1.67 points per game in the Champions League – the 18th best in history – punters are not confident backing Valencia – until now.

Champions League odds

The trends would suggest that when Valencia finish third or better they are destined for at least a spot in the last 16 and usually a spot in the quarter-finals.

Having finished three points clear of Malaga last season Valencia were the third best side in La Liga and when you have Barcelona and Real Madrid ahead of you, that’s no mean feat.

Defensively Valencia were poor last season conceding 1.05 goals per game at home with was the tenth worst record in the league, and a shaky defence will get found out by Europe’s best teams.

With 39 clean sheets in 98 Champions League games it seems the Valencia defence has yet to be found out and the Spanish club concede just 0.90 goals per game on average.

However it’s lack of goals that lets Valencia down in Europe and the best bet when it comes to Valencia and their Champions League odds is backing low-scoring games when the Spanish team are involved.

The first presidency of the club was decided by a coin toss

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Valencia in detail
Name: ValenciaFounded: March 18th 1919
Nicknames
: Los Che, Els taronja (The Orange), Valencianistas
Ground
: Mestalla
Capacity: 55,000
Owner
: Manuel Llorente
Chairman
: Manuel Llorente
Manager
: Unai Emery
League
: La Liga
Record goalscorer
: Mundo (260 goals)
Most appearances
: Fernando (542 appearances)
Main rival
: Levante
Rivals
: Hercules, Villarreal
Celebrity fans: Manuel Cáceres Artesero aka Manolo, el del bombo, David Ferrer, Marat Safin
Fans favourites
: Soldado, Mata, Banega
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