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Sevilla v Valladolid: Home win all but a certainty

| 02.12.2012

Valladolid are far from sturdy travellers having lost five of their last six on the road in all competitions and this makes Sevilla an excellent bet to claim all three points when the sides meet at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan.

Only goal difference splits the pair who occupy 11th and 10th respectively in the La Liga table but the hosts’ 4/5 in the match betting stakes is well worth a punt.

Sevilla aren’t the best travellers either, but their home form is very reliable. The only defeat suffered on their own patch came in the most unfortunate of circumstances against Barcelona, while Real Madrid are one of many to have been trumped in front of Los Rojiblancos’ fans.

Both the 10/3 for the away win and long odds of 13/5 for the draw barely come into the equation here as Sevilla look to reignite their push for European qualification.

Goals are as frequent as points when sides come to the red half of Seville. There have been 20 scored in the last five games played here and Ladbrokes are offering another exceptional price that says it’ll be more of the same in this clash.

Over 2.5 goals is on offer at 5/6, while if you combine the two aforementioned inevitable eventualities, a very generous 17/10 can be had.

Valladolid have lost on four of their last six trips to Sevilla and three of those would have resulted in pay out from this bet, while the same applies to three of Miroslav Djukic’s men’s last four away days this term.

Despite their poor away record, Valladolid have only failed to score once on their travels. Sevilla, on the other hand, have found clean sheets hard to come by at home, keeping just the two in all competitions.

The stats point to both sides finding the back of the net in this clash and the 11/4 that says the home team will prevail alongside this happening is yet another fantastically enticing bet.

All odds and markets accurate as of publication’s time and date



James Middleton