Valencia vs Atlético Madrid for the Spanish La Liga championship match on Friday at Mestalla Stadium.
The club is in 7th place with 37 points won, with 10 wins, 7 draws, and 6 losses. It also has 33 goals scored and 32 goals conceded.
The team has consistently failed to maintain its great form at home this season and was again exposed on its travels last weekend when it lost 3-0 to Getafe.
It is a difficult team to understand. It was defeated 4-1 by Mallorca, in the previous game, away from home, but it showed no negative effects by beating Barcelona 2-0 at home on matchday 21.
This is a stronger team in its field, where it won 26 points. In this competition, it hasn’t lost any of the last 12 home matches.
Defensive solidity has not been its strong point, as it has conceded goals in 7 of the last 10 games. Its offense has scored regularly, with goals in 9 of the previous 10 matches for this competition.
Atlético Madrid is in 4th place with 39 points won, with 10 wins, 9 draws, and 4 losses. It also has 23 goals scored and 15 goals conceded.
Atlético Madrid continues its rise and fall in the league table. In the last weekend, it moved from sixth place to fourth, tied with Sevilla and just two points from the seventh place occupied by Valencia.
The win against Granda in the last game has increased Atlético Madrid’s home record this season to seven wins and four draws in 12 games.
This is a team affected by the home factor, with the support of its fans.
In the last 10 away matches for Atlético Madrid, it has 2 wins, 5 draws and 3 losses. In its away matches, there is a tendency for few goals.
The most likely for this match will be both teams to score at least one goal.
Atlético Madrid is not usually dangerous but can score in almost every game, while Valencia in its stadium is a dangerous team and scores a lot of goals.