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| On Apr 4, 2021 12:59 PM IST

CDZ vs VAL Dream11 Tips for Cadiz vs Valencia La Liga Fixtures 4 April


CDZ vs VAL Dream11: Valencia travels to Cadiz for a La Liga fixture in at the Estadio Ramon de Carranza. Cadiz finds themselves in 15th place on the back of some very poor form with 1 win in 11 games. A late equaliser snatched 1 point from Deportivo Alaves but they followed that up with a disappointing 2-1 loss to Villareal. Valencia’s run of form has been very inconsistent and have won 3 and lost 3 of their last 6 games. This form sees them sit in 12th place but an impressive 2-1 win against Granada on their last game week must give them the confidence to take on Cadiz’s and record 2 straight wins in the league for the first time this season.

Date: 4th April, Sunday
Kick-Off: 10 pm (IST)
Venue: Estadio Ramon de Carranza, Cadiz

La Liga Table: Cadiz are in 15th place and Valencia is in 12th.

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Recent Form
Cadiz: DLWDL
Valencia: WLWLW

Head-to-Head (last 5 meetings): The 2 sides have met just 3 times in their recent past with 2 draws and 1 win for Valencia.

CDZ vs VAL Today Match Prediction Details

Cadiz News

Injury Report and Unavailability:

• Cadiz have no new injuries with Anthony Lozano still out of action for this game with a sprained ankle.
• Luismi Quezada is a long term injury with muscular injury.

Expected Changes and Strategy:

• Cadiz should start the same side that lost to Villareal but should return to a 4-5-1.
• Sobrino will drop back to the bench with Alberto Perea starting in midfield.

Cadiz Starting XI (likely)

Jeremias Ledesma (GK)
Isaac Carcelen
Juan Cala
Alfonso Espino
Salvi Sanchez
Jose Mari
Jens Jonsson
Alex Fernandez
Alberto Perea
Alvaro Negredo

Valencia News

Injury Report and Unavailability:

• Center-back, Eliaquim Mangala, picked up a hamstring injury recently and will be unavailable for this game.
• Jasper Cillessen is sidelined with a knee injury for this game.

Expected Changes and Strategy:

• Delighted with the win against Granada, Javi Garcia should name the side that won.
• Goal-scorers, Daniel Wass and Alex Blanco should continue to start on the flanks.
• Goncalo Guedes and Maximiliano Gomez will start in the 2-man attack.

Valencia Starting XI (likely)

Jaume (GK)
Thierry Correia
Mouctar Diakhaby
Gabriel Paulista
Jose Gaya
Daniel Wass
Carlos Soler
Uros Racic
Alex Blanco
Goncalo Guedes
Maximiliano Gomez

Fantasy Football Tips

Captain Options

Alvaro Negredo – With 7 goals and 3 assists this season, Alvaro Negredo will look to power the Cadiz side to a win against his former side, Valencia. He has completed 72% of his attempted dribbles which is very impressive for a target man and is comfortable with both feet having scored 2 with his left, 3 with his right and 2 headers.

Carlos Soler – Carlos Soler has been immense for Valencia this season with 7 goals and 5 assists from central midfield. He has created 40 chances and succeeded in 65% of his dribbles while also whipping in 29 crosses. The Spaniard will be an important part of the Valencia side and has a pass accuracy of 85%.

Differential Pick

Maximiliano Gomez – Playing in a front 2, Maximiliano Gomez has done well playing alongside Goncalo Guedes. He has scored 5 goals so far from 21 shots on target. 62% of his shots are on target and has succeeded in 63% of his attempted dribbles. Maxi Gomez’s last goal also came against Cadiz when these sides last met in January.

CDZ vs VAL Dream 11 Teams

Goalkeeper – Jaume
Defenders – Carcelen, Espino, Gaya
Midfielders – Fernandez, Sanchez, Soler (C), Wass
Forwards – Negredo (VC), Gomez, Guedes

Likely Winner:

This will be a close tie as Cadiz and Valencia, both, will fancy their chances to get all 3 points. Valencia will be boosted by their win against Granada and will try to make it 2 straight wins in the league while Cadiz will be looking for some stability with 3 points in the CDZ vs VAL Today Match Prediction. Relegation will not be on their mind at the moment as Cadiz are 5 points clear but they will want to put as much distance between themselves and the sides lower than them, regardless.

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