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Valencia vs Real Madrid, 2020 Spanish Super Cup semi-final: Preview, Prediction, h2h, Live Streams

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Valencia and Real Madrid will come one against another on Wednesday in the first semi-final of the Spanish Super Cup at the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah, which have a new format this year and will see 4 teams seeking the trophy. All matches of the Supercopa de Espana will be played in Saudi Arabi, with the other semi-final pair will see Atletico Madrid conflicting with Barcelona.

Valencia are in fine form right now. Nonetheless, they are facing a Real Madrid side that has not conceded defeat since mid-October, that too in all competitions. Accordingly, depending on nothing short of an exciting ninety minutes come Wednesday.

The champ of the game at the King Abdullah Sports City Stadium will confront either Atletico Madrid or Barcelona, who square off in the other semi-final as the season’s first bit of silverware is settled.

The duel in the desert is an annual competition between the victors and runners up of La Liga and the Copa del Rey to choose who reigns supreme in Spain.

Zidane’s men came back from the ​La Liga winter break with a convincing 3-0 ​league win away at Getafe on Saturday to go level on points with leaders ​Barcelona because of a Raphael Varane brace and a Luka Modric strike.

Valencia likewise commenced with success with Maximiliano Gomez scoring the only goal of the game as Albert Celades’ side defeated Eibar at the Mestalla.

In the wake of winning returns, the teams currently make another break from La Liga’s action to attempt to gain themselves a spot in the Supercopa de Espana final.

The Spanish Super Cup has experienced a few changes as four La Liga sides head to Jeddah instead of two. The competition includes the top finalists from last season’s Copa del Rey and the next two highest-placed sides in La Liga last season.

Valencia won the Copa del Rey last season and take on Real Madrid who completed third in La Liga. The victor takes on either Barcelona or Atletico Madrid in the final. Valencia are as of now 6th in La Liga, four places and nine points behind their adversaries. They are unbeaten in their last seven games, however, two of the last three games have been drawn. That incorporates a 1-1 home draw that Valencia verged on winning with Madrid not equalizing until the 95th minute. Every one of their last four matches have had under 2.5 goals scored in them with just six goals scored.

Real Madrid are second in La Liga and just behind Barcelona on head-to-head results. They have just lost one league game this season and come into this match unbeaten in their last 14 matches, last losing in October. Three of their last four games have finished all square without any goals yielded by Real in the last three. Just the 3-0 away win at Getafe has had over 2.5 goals scored in their last four games.

Moving the competition to Saudi Arabia and including four teams rather than two are the most extreme changes implemented by the Spanish federation, while the scheduling of the game has likewise shifted from a pre-season issue to midway through the campaign.

Both Real Madrid and Valencia come into the game after La Liga succeeds at the end of the week with Los Blancos beating Getafe 3-0 and Los Che recording a 1-0 accomplishment over Eibar.

Valencia vs Real Madrid Head-to-Head (h2h)

The two sides confronted each other in La Liga as recently as December in a game where a 95th minute Karim Benzema equalizer denied Los Che every one of the three points.

Carlos Soler hoped to have secured the success for Valencia yet the French forward popped up deep into injury time to rescue a draw for Madrid at the Mestalla.

Last season, the teams dominated one game each in the league – Los Che were 2-1 victors at home while Los Blancos additionally made home advantage pay, winning 2-0 at the Bernabeu.

Here is everything you need to know about when and where to watch Valencia vs Real Madrid match:

What time does Valencia vs Real Madrid start at?

The 2020 Spanish Super Cup semi-final between Valencia and Real Madrid will be played at the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah (Saudi Arabia) on Wednesday, January 8th (2020) with a 20:00 CET/19:00 GMT/14:00 ET start.

Where can I watch Valencia vs Real Madrid?

Regardless of where in the world you are, discover where you can get to the Super Cup semi-final here. Online viewing might be accessible through the media sources being referred to and their particular IOS/Android apps.

Lamentably, Valencia vs Real Madrid won’t be shown live on UK TV.

The Spanish Super Cup has just been hit with TV rights issues after Spain’s state-owned RTVE wouldn’t offer to show the games.

Movistar will screen them live.

USA: ESPN
Saudi Arabia: Saudi Sports 1
Nigeria: Canal+ Sport 2 Afrique
UK: At present no telecaster in the UK has picked uprights.

Valencia vs Real Madrid Prediction

Both of these clubs come into this Spanish Super Cup in great form. They are both on acceptable unbeaten runs yet have been drawing a few games recently. There have been some low-scoring games for the two clubs however and Real Madrid are demonstrating hard to score against of late which looks good for the rest of the season. A bet on under 2.5 goals being scored in this game is the proposed bet.

Valencia kept their unbeaten streak intact a week ago by bringing down Eibar at home with a restricted 1-0 scorecard. The squad have now stumbled only once in their past ten conflicts crosswise over different competitions, and are right now sitting 6th, back in the La Liga too.

It is additionally worth referencing that Albert Celades’ men have been so good this season, they even beat their Champions’ League group, in spite of including nearby any semblance of Ajax and Chelsea.

In the meantime, Real Madrid are on a positive run of form of their own. Los Blancos have not been at the losing end since their shock 1-0 defeat on account of Mallorca, a quarter of a year prior. Besides, Zinedine Zidane’s side have been a force to deal with on the road as of late.

Stunningly, they have left away with the success in five of their previous seven trips. In sharp difference, Valencia have not been a sure bunch away from home.

The entirety of the defeats that they have conceded this term have originated from their trips. With the conflict this week occurring at a neutral venue, it’s a given that Valencia are underdogs to taste achievement in this one.

Moreover, the two teams have had their names on the scoresheets in thirteen of their previous fourteen h2h experiences overall. Also, Real Madrid have won with a clean sheet intact only twice in their previous six trips in all competitions.

Given that Valencia are additionally unbeaten in their last two meetings with this adversary, depend on Albert Celades’ side to find the rear of the net alongside Los Blancos this week.

Nothing could part the teams in their previous experience in La Liga this season and Wednesday’s game vows to be another nearby one to call.

The two sides will be full of certainty in the wake of succeeding at the end of the week and with silverware on the line, it is guaranteed to be a fierce contest.

Zidane’s men are missing Hazard yet at the same time have stars like Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema to fall back on, and such quality may demonstrate profits with Madrid edging this one.

Valencia vs Real Madrid Predicted Lineups

Valencia: Domenech; Gaya, Costa, Paulista, Garay; Soler, Wass, Coquelin, Parejo; Ferran Torres​, Maxi Gomez

Real Madrid: Areola; Marcelo, Odriozola, Ramos, Militao; James, Valverde, Casemiro; Vinicius Junior​, Jovic, Lucas Vazquez

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