Valencia played Celta Vigo at the La Liga of Spain on November 25. The match kicked off 15:15 UTC and ended in a draw 0 - 0.
Valencia (also known as Lausanne or Valencia CF) and Celta Vigo (commonly referred to as Celta de Vigo, RC Celta or RC Celta de Vigo) meet again 7 months after the La Liga match which Valencia won 1-2. Valencia are aproaching the match after a defeat from Real Madrid on November 11.
Celta Vigo are preparing for the match after a loss against Athletic Bilbao in La Liga on November 10.
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Valencia kicked off the game with Giorgi Mamardashvili, Jose Gaya who got substituted by Yarek Gasiorowski on the 46th minute, Gabriel Paulista, Cristhian Mosquera, Thierry Correia, Sergi Canos who got substituted by Selim Amallah on the 64th minute, Javier Guerra Moreno, Pepelu, Fran Perez who got substituted by Hugo Guillamon on the 84th minute, Hugo Duro who got substituted by Roman Yaremchuk on the 84th minute and Diego Lopez Noguerol who got substituted by Dimitri Foulquier on the 90th minute as starters, with Jaume Domenech, Cristian Rivero, Mouctar Diakhaby, Dimitri Foulquier, Yarek Gasiorowski, Hugo Guillamon, Cenk Ozkacar, Jesus Vazquez, Selim Amallah, Hugo Gonzalez, Pablo Gozalbez and Roman Yaremchuk on the bench.
Celta Vigo's starting eleven were Vicente Guaita, Manu Sanchez, Unai Nunez, Carl Starfelt, Kevin Vazquez who got substituted by Carles Perez on the 67th minute, Jonathan Bamba who got substituted by Franco Cervi on the 67th minute, Fran Beltran, Luca de la Torre, Oscar Mingueza who got substituted by Williot Swedberg on the 83rd minute, Jorgen Strand Larsen who got substituted by Anastasios Douvikas on the 67th minute and Iago Aspas who got substituted by Carlos Dotor Gonzalez on the 83rd minute, with Agustin Marchesin, Ivan Villar, Carlos Dominguez, Mihailo Ristic, Carlos Dotor Gonzalez, Hugo Sotelo, Williot Swedberg, Renato Tapia, Franco Cervi, Anastasios Douvikas, Carles Perez and Miguel Rodriguez on the bench.
Referee showed the yellow card 5 times throughout the game. Franco Cervi, Selim Amallah, Unai Nunez, Pepelu and Hugo Guillamon were the ones to receive it.
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Valencia and Celta Vigo have met 5 times since February 2021. Valencia have won 5 times. The most recent match between them took place on May 14, 2023 at the La Liga of Spain where Valencia won 1-2. Valencia have scored 11 goals in these 5 head-to-head matches in total while Celta Vigo have scored 2. So, overall, Valencia have a better head-to-head record against Celta Vigo in their recent history.
Valencia have won 5 of their 15 matches in La Liga, drawing 4 and having 6 defeats this season. They have scored 17 goals - 1.13 per match, conceding 20 - 1.33 per match. Celta Vigo have won 1 of their 14 matches in La Liga, drawing 5 and having 8 defeats this season. They have scored 14 goals - 1.00 per match, conceding 24 - 1.71 per match.
Valencia have lost to Real Madrid in their previous match while Celta Vigo have lost to Athletic Bilbao in their previous match. Overall, Valencia have won 10 of their last 20 matches, losing 6 and drawing 4, while Celta Vigo have won 7 of their last 19 matches, losing 8 and drawing 4.
Valencia have won 3 times (1-0 against Granada CF on 5th of November, 0-2 against UD Logrones on 2nd of November and 2-0 against Cadiz on 23rd of October), lost once (5-1 against Real Madrid on 11th of November) and drew twice (2-2 against Athletic Bilbao on 29th of October and 1-1 against Mallorca on 7th of October) in their most recent 6 matches.
Celta Vigo have won once (0-4 against Turegano on 1st of November), lost 3 times (4-3 against Athletic Bilbao on 10th of November, 1-0 against Girona on 27th of October and 2-1 against Las Palmas on 2nd of October) and drew twice (1-1 against Sevilla on 4th of November and 2-2 against Getafe on 8th of October) in their most recent 6 matches.
As always, Spain La Liga's live standings are availble and updated in real time. Valencia are the 9th in the table with 19 points after 15 matches, while Celta Vigo are the 18th with 8 points in 14 matches.
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