Goals and Highlights: Villareal 2-0 Valencia in LaLiga 2022
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5:25 PMa month ago


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5:24 PMa month ago


The match ends at the Estadio de la Cerámica, Villareal wins 2-0 against Valencia. 
5:10 PMa month ago


last minutes of the match! Villareal is still up on the scoreboard and everything seems to indicate that they will take the three points.
4:55 PMa month ago


Raúl Albiol clears the ball from a corner kick and prevents another Valencia attack.
4:45 PMa month ago


Dani Parejo sent a filtered pass to Danjuma but the pass is intercepted by the Valencia defensive saga.
4:39 PMa month ago


The second half begins at the Estadio de la Cerámica, Villareal is still up by two goals to zero.
4:19 PMa month ago


The first 45 minutes are over at the Estadio de la Cerámica, Villareal is up 2-0.
4:09 PMa month ago


Yeremi Pino ends up sending an incredible cross that is not finished off correctly by Danjuma.
4:04 PMa month ago


Trigueiros' shot ends up over the crossbar. Villareal continues to dominate the match.
3:57 PMa month ago


Rulli's save! The Argentine goalkeeper saves an impressive ball and keeps Villareal's clean sheet.
3:49 PMa month ago


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3:41 PMa month ago

Carlos Soler tries from long distance to put the ball in from outside the penalty area, however, the attempt ends up on the back line.
3:36 PMa month ago

Villareal comes close! Gerad Moreno sends a cross that escapes the back line.
3:32 PMa month ago


The match between Villareal and Valencia starts, both teams will be looking for the three points of this midweek match. 
3:17 PMa month ago


In a couple of minutes we will start with the broadcast of the Villareal vs Valencia match, a duel corresponding to the 33rd round of LaLiga from the Estadio de la Cerámica. Both teams are in the mid-table zone and will be looking for three points in the quest to sneak into the Top 6. 
3:11 PMa month ago


The yellow team has never lost a LaLiga match when playing on Tuesdays, where they have 4 wins and 3 draws in their history. 
3:07 PMa month ago


This is the starting eleven that Los Ches are sending to the pitch to try to get 3 away points and overtake the Yellow Submarine in the overall standings. 

3:00 PMa month ago


The Los Che team has no problem finding the net when they play away as in their last 8 out of 9 matches they have managed to score a goal.
Valencia have a hard time not getting yellow cards, as in their last 11 away matches, they have received an average of 3 yellow cards per game.
Valencia are in power mode when playing away as they have not lost in their last 7 out of 8 games. 
2:55 PMa month ago


This is the starting eleven that Villareal is sending to the Estadio de la Cerámica to face Valencia, today a victory of these men could give hope to the yellow submarine to still reach the UEFA Europa Conference League.

2:51 PMa month ago


Villareal has a hard time keeping clean sheets against Valencia as in their last 9 out of 10 duels they have conceded a goal. 
The Yellow Submarine have managed to be a high scoring team at home as in 11 of their last 12 matches they have broken the 0 on the scoreboard.
In the last 11 matches for Villareal, the Estadio de la Cerámica has imposed itself on the rivals as the Yellow Submarine have not known defeat since then. 
2:42 PMa month ago


The most recent match between Villareal and Valencia was in the first half of the season where Los Che won at home by a score of 2-0. However, this has been one of the most even duels historically as Villareal has 14 wins and Valencia has 15, having very even numbers. 
2:37 PMa month ago


Villareal has become stronger at home when facing Valencia, in their last 4 matches played, the yellow submarine has managed to win 3 times and draw 1. However, they have never extended the streak to 4 wins at home as the last time they had this record was from 2008 to 2010, after which they would lose to Los Che and start again from scratch. 
2:32 PMa month ago


The wait is over in LaLiga, the 33rd matchday starts in Spain and little by little the end of the season begins to loom as there are only 5 more matches left to be played to end the 2021-22 season. On this occasion, Villareal and Valencia will face each other at the Estadio de la Cerámica where both teams will fight for the three points in their quest to achieve the feat and qualify for the Europa Conference League. 
1:54 PMa month ago

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1:49 PMa month ago

What time is Villareal vs Valencia match for LaLiga?

This is the start time of the game Villareal vs Valencia of 19th April in several countries:

Argentina: 16:30 PM

Bolivia: 15:30 PM

Brazil: 16:30 PM

Chile: 15:30 PM

Colombia: 14:30 PM

Ecuador: 14:30 PM

USA (ET): 15:30 PM

Spain: 22:30 PM

Mexico: 14:30 PM

Paraguay: 15:30 PM

Peru: 15:30 PM

Uruguay: 16:30 PM

Venezuela: 15:30 PM

1:44 PMa month ago

Watch out for this Valencia player:

For this match, Portuguese star Goncalo Guedes will be the player to watch for Valencia. Today, Goncalo Guedes is a benchmark in Valencia's attack, so Villareal's defensive saga will have to be careful with him when trying to stop his attacks.

1:39 PMa month ago

Watch out for this Villareal player:

National team selection and killer inside the box for Villarea, Spanish center forward, Gerard Moreno will be the player to watch for this match. Moreno helped Villareal advance to the semifinals last game after assisting on the equalizing goal, so he could tip the scales in the Yellow Submarine's favor at any moment.

1:34 PMa month ago

Last Valencia lineup:

G. Mamardashvili; J. Gayá, O. Alderete, G. Paulista, T. Correira; H. Guillamón; H. Duro, I. Kourouma, C. Soler, Y. Musah; G. Guedes.
1:29 PMa month ago

Villareal's last line-up:

G. Rulli; P. Estupiñán, P. Torres, R. Albiol, J. Foyth; F. Coquelin, D. Parejo, E. Capoue, G. Lo Celso; A. Groeneveld, G. Moreno.
1:24 PMa month ago


Villareal and Valencia have met a total of 55 times (19 wins for Villareal, 10 draws and 26 wins for Valencia) where the scales are tipped by a wide margin in favor of the Valencia side. Likewise, it is the Valencia team who have the advantage in goals scored as the balance is in their favor with 82 goals while the yellow submarine has 66. Their last meeting dates from the 12th matchday of the current season where the Valencia team won at home by a score of 2-0.
1:19 PMa month ago

About the Stadium:

The Estadio de la Cerámica, formerly El Madrigal, is a soccer stadium located in the city of Villarreal (Castellón) Spain. It is municipally owned and it is the home stadium of the most representative team of the city, Villarreal Club de Fútbol. The stadium is located next to the Plaza del Labrador, and the grandstand is parallel to Blasco Ibáñez street. Five European semi-finals have been played in this stadium and a few years ago, for the UEFA Champions League, the capacity was increased from 22,000 to 23,500 spectators by building a new amphitheater for the visiting fans.

To be approved by the Champions League, stadiums have to meet a number of requirements, so the stadium had to be quickly renovated in 2005 to comply with these regulations. The seats were covered with yellow badges, to improve aesthetics, and to benefit the city's badge industry. The locker rooms were renovated, creating a trainer's office, physiotherapy room, restroom area and showers. Offices were also created for UEFA delegates, an anti-doping room, and the press conference room was expanded.

1:14 PMa month ago

They are chasing Villareal

On the other hand, Valencia is in 9th position in the general table with 42 points obtained from 31 games played where they have been able to obtain 10 wins, 12 draws and 9 defeats, also, in the statistics they average a total of 42 goals for and 43 against, a situation that leaves them with -1 goals difference. Like their similar, they will be looking to get as many points as possible to seek a European spot although the odds are low, getting the win in this match could give them a lot of hope. 
1:09 PMa month ago

To continue surprising as they have done so far

The Yellow Submarine will be looking to continue to be the talk of Spain when they host Valencia at home, the Estadio de la Cerámica. So far, Villareal has surprised all and sundry, as nobody thought that this team would have a great growth since its entry to the Europa League and currently, they surprised the world last week after eliminating Bayern Munich at home and with their people and getting into the semifinals of the UEFA Champions League. As of today, Villareal is in seventh place in the general table with 46 points from 31 games played, where they have 12 wins, 10 draws and 9 defeats. They also have 49 goals for and 30 goals against, which leaves them with a +19 goal difference. Villareal is a team that makes the most of its home advantage and will be looking to take advantage and obtain three more points at the Estadio de la Cerámica.
1:04 PMa month ago

Looking to continue climbing up the table

The thirty-third date of LaLiga has arrived and with it the dramatic closing that takes place in Europe every season, because in only 5 dates the curtain of the 2021-22 season will come down to end an exciting adventure and give way to a new one that will bring more goals, more emotions and new champions. On this date Villareal and Valencia will face each other, two teams that are in the mid-table zone and are still trying (with little chance) to get into the European places, specifically in the Europa Conference League zone. Undoubtedly, it will be a pleasant match between both teams that will be looking for three points, as they have had a great season and will want to close in the best way.
12:59 PMa month ago

Kick-off time

The Villareal vs Valencia match will be played at the Estadio de la Cerámica, in Villareal, Spain. The kick-off is scheduled at 15:30 pm ET.
12:54 PMa month ago

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