Mallorca vs Valencia prediction, odds & betting tips 07/10/2023

Mallorca
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Valencia

Mallorca - Valencia

Spain Primera Liga - Visit Mallorca Estadi

*The odds in this article were correct at the time of writing, but are subject to change.

Valencia will pay a visit to the Estadi de Son Moix as they take on Mallorca this weekend. With both teams battling for maximum points, it'll be interesting to see who will be left standing after 90 minutes.

Mallorca vs Valencia betting tips

This match will take place on Saturday 7th October 2023. Kick-off time is 17:30 BST. You can also find more La Liga predictions here.

Spoils to be shared

  • Mallorca have no wins in their last three matches.
  • Valencia are also without a win in their last three games.
  • Six of Mallorca's last 10 matches ended in stalemates.

A high-scoring game

  • Four of Mallorca's last six games went north of the 3.5 goal marker.
  • Three of Valencia's last four matches featured at least three goals.
  • Three goals were scored on average in Valencia's last eight trips to this stadium.

Mallorca vs Valencia odds comparison, stats and h2h numbers

We've established our Mallorca vs Valencia predictions. You can find some of the best stats for this match here, along with the right tools to help you choose the best odds.

Mallorca odds: 29/20 (2.45) – 40.8%

Draw odds: 2/1 (3.00) – 33.3%

Valencia odds: 21/10 (3.10) – 32.3%

At the point of writing, Mallorca are expected winners at 29/20 (2.45). Teams with these odds generally have a 40.8 percent probability of winning.

You can also check out the ‘both teams to score' market. The BTTS option is currently valued at 21/20 (2.05) with an implied probability of 48.8 percent, while the BTTS – no option can be backed at 7/10 (1.70) with a probability of 58.8 percent.

*These odds come from different bookmakers, and therefore the probabilities won't always add up to 100%.

You can also find our best football tips for today in this article.

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Last Five - Mallorca

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Mallorca

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1

1

D

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Real Sociedad

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Mallorca

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2

1

L

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Rayo Vallecano

Rayo Vallecano

Mallorca

Mallorca

1

2

W

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Real Sociedad

Real Sociedad

Mallorca

Mallorca

0

0

D

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Athletic Bilbao

Athletic Bilbao

Mallorca

Mallorca

4

0

L

Last Five - Valencia

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Sevilla

Sevilla

Valencia

Valencia

0

0

D

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Las Palmas

Las Palmas

Valencia

Valencia

2

0

L

03/02/24

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Almeria

Almeria

Valencia

Valencia

1

2

W

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Atletico Madrid

Atletico Madrid

Valencia

Valencia

2

0

L

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Athletic Bilbao

Athletic Bilbao

Valencia

Valencia

0

1

W

Mallorca vs Valencia lineups

Mallorca

Mallorca played out their second consecutive 2-2 draw last weekend, this time against Rayo Vallecano. They are now without a win in their last three games, and have won just one of their last 10 matches. Javier Aguirre's lads will fancy their chances of taking all the points against an out-of-form Valencia side. Pablo Maffeo will not be available for selection, as he's suspended for this game.

Predicted lineups: Rajković, González, Valjent, Nastasić, Lato, Sánchez, Costa, Darder, Rodríguez, Prats, Muriqi.

Valencia

Like today's opponents, Valencia are currently on a three-match winless run; they suffered four losses in their last six games, with a win and a draw. Ruben Baraja will hope to guide his team back on course as they take on Mallorca this weekend. Jose Gaya, Jesus Vazquez and Sergi Canos are amongst the absentees for Los Che.

Predicted lineups: Mamardashvili, Mosquera, Diakhaby, Paulista, Özkaçar, Pepelu, Guerra, Pérez, Almeida, Gozálbez, Yaremchuk.

Starting lineups

Mallorca

Mallorca
4-4-2
1
Predrag Rajkovic
rs
20
Giovanni Alessandro Gonzalez Apud
uy
24
Martin Valjent
sk
2
Matija Nastasic
rs
3
Lato Toni
es
18
Antonio Sanchez
es
14
Dani Rodriguez
es
12
Samu
pt
10
Sergi Darder
es
7
Vedat Muriqi
xk
9
Abdon
es
Substitutes
4
Siebe Van Der Heyden
be
6
Copete
es
17
Cyle Larin
ca
13
Dominik Greif
sk
23
Amath Ndiaye
sn
25
Ivan Cuellar
es
5
Omar Mascarell
gq
29
Miguel Martin Garcia
es
19
Javier Llabres
es
27
David Lopez
es
8
Manu Morlanes
ar
11
Jaume Costa
es

Valencia

Valencia
4-4-2
25
Giorgi Mamardashvili
ge
12
Thierry Correia
pt
5
Gabriel Paulista
br
3
Cristhian Mosquera
es
15
Cenk Ozkacar
tr
16
Diego Lopez Noguerol
es
18
Pepelu
es
8
Javier Guerra Moreno
es
19
Selim Amallah
ma
9
Hugo Duro
es
17
Roman Yaremchuk
ua
Substitutes
34
Yarek Gasiorowski
es
31
Ruben Iranzo Lendinez
es
20
Dimitri Foulquier
gp
36
Mario Dominguez Franco
es
29
Cesar Tarrega
es
6
Hugo Guillamon
es
1
Jaume Domenech
es
27
Pablo Gozalbez
es
23
Fran Perez
es
13
Cristian Rivero
es
30
Hugo Gonzalez
es

Player to watch: Abdon Prats

It's worth mentioning that Abdon Prats registered his first assist of the season in last weekend's 2-2 draw with Rayo Vallecano. He has now been directly involved in good goals in his last three appearances for the club. Prats is the team's joint top-scorer with four goals, it'll be interesting to see how he'll fare against Valencia's defense.

*Lineups will be automatically updated shortly after they're announced.


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