After 15 games of the La Liga season, Getafe and Valencia are level on 19 points and have both scored 17 goals and conceded 20 times.
So there should be little to separate the mid-table pair when they meet at the Estadio Coliseum on Friday night.
Jose Angel Carmona, Mauro Arambarri and Enes Unal are all set to miss out for Getafe due to injury.
Omar Alderete is suspended after being sent off against Las Palmas and Diego Rico is also banned after picking up a fifth yellow card of the season in that 2-0 defeat.
Valencia midfielder Andre Almeida has returned to training but this game may come too soon for the Portuguese ace. Jose Gaya is definitely ruled out with a muscular injury.
Getafe are 13/8 to claim all three points on home soil, with Valencia marginal 2/1 outsiders and the draw available at 15/8.
Over 2.5 goals is a 13/8 chance with both teams to score chalked up at 11/10.
Getafe to win @ 13/8
After losing three of their first six games of the season, Getafe have proven increasingly difficult to beat as the campaign has developed.
Indeed, their 2-0 loss to Las Palmas last week was their first defeat in 11 matches in all competitions.
Pepe Bordalas’s side bounced straight back with a 2-1 win over Atzeneta in the Copa del Rey on Tuesday night and they will be hoping to build on that success against Valencia.
The visitors have lost two and drawn one of their last three league games, losing 5-1 to Real Madrid and 2-1 to Girona in that run.
Valencia have struggled on the road this season, claiming just six points from a possible 24 on their travels.
Getafe, meanwhile, have been solid at home, winning four and drawing three of their seven matches in their own backyard.
Given the hosts’ rock-solid home form and Valencia’s awayday struggles, Getafe receive the narrow vote to net the decisive goal at the Estadio Coliseum.
Borja Mayoral to score at anytime @ 9/4
Getafe have not been prolific this season but classy forward Borja Mayoral is invariably involved whenever they do find the net.
Mayoral has scored eight goals in 15 La Liga matches and will again be Getafe’s most threatening attacking player on show.
The Spaniard will be on penalty duty for the hosts and looks a worthy favourite in the goalscorer markets.
The 9/4 about Mayoral breaching the Valencia defence at any time looks worth taking.
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