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Real Madrid vs Valencia Match Stats Preview

Real Madrid vs Valencia Match Stats Preview

Real Madrid have now gone 15 straight home games without defeat against Valencia in LaLiga (W10 D5) and, if they do not lose here, they will achieve their best unbeaten run at home against them in their history in the competition (16).

Following their 1-0 win at Mestalla in May 2023, Valencia could register consecutive wins against Real Madrid in LaLiga for the first time since 1998, both with Claudio Ranieri as manager (2-1 in February and 3-1 in November).

Valencia have not won a LaLiga away game against Real Madrid since March 2008 under Ronald Koeman (3-2). Since then, they are winless in their 15 away games against Los Blancos in the competition (D5 L10), their worst ongoing such run without an away win against a single opponent.

Real Madrid have dropped points in two of their last three LaLiga games (W1 D2), having done so in just one of their first nine in the competition this season beforehand (W8 L1).

Valencia have lost none of their last four LaLiga games (W2 D2), and have not gone five or more without defeat in the competition since October 2022 (P5 W2 D3) under Genaro Gattuso.

Real Madrid are one of four LaLiga teams to have not dropped a point after scoring the opening goal of a game this season, alongside Atlético de Madrid, Girona and Osasuna, while they’ve also won the most points after conceding the first goal (13 points, P6 W4 D1 L1).

Real Madrid's Vinícius Júnior has scored four goals in eight LaLiga games against Valencia; only against Levante has he scored more in the competition (six goals in seven meetings).

Valencia's Pepelu has scored both of his two LaLiga goals via penalties, the most of any current LaLiga player without ever scoring a non-penalty goal in the competition.

Carlo Ancelotti has won just 44% of his games as Real Madrid manager against Valencia in all competitions (P9 W4 D3 L2). Only against Villarreal (33% - P9 W3 D4 L2) and Atlético de Madrid (37% - P19 W7 D5 L7) does the Italian have a lower win percentage among opponents he has faced in at least nine matches for the club.

Valencia’s Rubén Baraja could become the fifth coach to win both of his first two LaLiga meetings with Real Madrid in the 21st century, following Manolo Preciado in 2005, Pep Guardiola in 2009 (five), Gerardo Martino in 2014 and Imanol Alguacil in 2019.



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My Hack Stuff: Real Madrid vs Valencia Match Stats Preview
Real Madrid vs Valencia Match Stats Preview
Real Madrid have now gone 15 straight home games without defeat against Valencia in LaLiga (W10 D5) and, if they do not lose here, they will achieve
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