Europe League Betting Score Prediction Tonight presents a classic match between Arsenal vs Valencia , which will be live broadcasted by RCTI , on Friday, 3 May 2019 at 02:00 WIB, at the Emirates Stadium, London.
Arsenal proved themselves to be the proper team to reach the Europa League semi-finals this season. Their success to this round is based on the results of the two-leg straight victory over Napoli. This victory clearly provides the answer that Arsenal are ready to become champions this season.
In addition, Valencia are not a team that is easily defeated and they are growing in this season. Evidently, their success in getting rid of Villarreal is one key that should be wary of Arsenal if they want to win from them.
Statistics show if Valencia are still ahead of Arsenal, from their last five meetings. Valencia were able to collect three wins, one draw and one defeat. This record opens their way to appear confident against Arsenal.
Defeating Napoli is Arsenal’s good capital in preparation for Valencia. Napoli’s game with Valencia is not much different, they rely on counter-attacks on strong defense results. If this happens again, it is not impossible that Arsenal will be able to master the game.
Current situation and conditions show both teams are ready, playing in the Europa League is their stepping stone to survive in the big European arena. Especially for Arsenal who are sandwiched on the Premier League standings, and the title in this League may provide a special way for them.
Apart from all that, Arsenal are still the seeded team. Although they are seeded, Arsenal had a bad experience when they met Valencia. And for now, almost all bookie put Arsenal as a champion, but our prediction team sees a difference, where Arsenal will have difficulty developing the game because Valencia plays neatly.
For that, the score that deserves to close the match today is a score of 1-1 draw and Valencia is predicted to step into the finals this season.
Arsenal: Cech, Papastathopoulos, Koscielny, Kolašinac, Nacho Monreal, Ramsey, Xhaka, Torreira, Maitland-Niles, Lacazette, Aubameyang.
Valencia: Neto, Roncaglia, Diakhaby, Toni Lato, Wass, Gonçalo Guedes, Dani Parejo, Ferrán Torres, Carlos Soler, Gameiro, Santi Mina.