Real Betis 2-1 Real Valladolid – Betting Review



Betting Analysis

Looking at the 1×2 market first where Real Betis were naturally big favourites and returned a win @ 1.62 in convincing fashion. It was only by one goal but they merited more.

Moving onto the Asian handicap betting for this contest. As above Betis -0.75 won and deservedly so, meriting more goals but an inspired Masip showing kept it only 2-1. Betis punters got a half win @ 1.79.

Looking at The Under/Over goal betting last of all where again, the market got this right with Over 2.5 being odds on. All the goals came in the first period which was very open and exciting. Overs paid out @ 1.98.


Match Summary

An inspired performance from a rejuvenated Sergio Canales who got an assist and the winner, handed Real Betis a vital and hard fought win over Valladolid.

The visitor came into the match in much improved form, and they made Betis sweat to win this very entertaining match.

Sergio Canales was inspired however and sealed the win over Real Valladolid. In doing so Los Verdiblancos moved within one point of the La Liga top four and recorded consecutive league wins for the first time since November 2022. Fair scores 3-1.

Betis wanted to continue to build momentum against Valladolid and they did exactly that, scoring early as Juanmi raced on to Sergio Canales’ through ball and tucked under Jordi Masip for 1-0. The goal came in the first minute.

Valladolid to give them credit didn’t fold but they faced a Betis onslaught, managing to stay in the game with Masip pulling off important big saves to keep it 1-0.

The away team did hold on during the tough spell and then shock the host with a leveller. Valladolid’s direct approach led to an equaliser when Kike Pérez ran at the defence and played in Larin, who shot low past Claudio Bravo for 1-1.

Valladolid couldn’t however contain Betis’ relentless attack and Ayoze Pérez won a penalty which man of the match Canales converted to regain the lead for Real Betis.

The game saw no further goals but had plenty more excitement and openings.

Eager to get back to winning ways at Estadio Benito Villamarín, Betis flew out of the traps in the second half abut missed chances to make the game safe.

Luiz Henrique was once more denied by Valladolid’s best player, former Barcelona youth team keeper Masip.

Valladolid were penned back for most of the half, but when the keeper didn’t make the save, the post did!

Despite a late surge by Valladolid, Betis held on and got their first home win in La Liga since October.