• Cadiz have only lost one of their last seven matches against Rayo Vallecano.
  • Cadiz have only lost twice at home this season.
  • Rayo Vallecano have only won twice on the road this season.

Cadiz top the Segunda Division table by a single point ahead of Real Zaragoza following Sunday’s 1-1 draw away at Lugo, while Rayo Vallecano claimed a 1-0 win at home to Albacete and sit 3pts outside of the play-off places heading into this weekends’ clash.

The hosts have only lost one of their last seven matches against Rayo Vallecano and have been in good form at home this season, winning nine, drawing five and only losing two at the Estadio Ramón de Carranza. The visitors have struggled on their travels at times, picking up a mere two wins, but have only lost three times away and have seen ten games end in stalemates.

Our prediction for a double chance bet on the hosts has a lot to do with all of those draws the visitors have earned on the road as well as the fact that five of the duos’ last seven encounters have ended all square. However, our prediction for the final score on Sunday is 1-0 to Cadiz do to the fact that the hosts average 2.07 points per home game, scoring an average of 1.60 goals and conceding just 0.93 goals, and have outperformed Rayo in all departments so far this season.

Under 2.5 goals have been scored in 53% of the hosts’ home matches and 67% of the visitors’ away trips, which backs our prediction for a low-scoring 90-minutes on Sunday. Cadiz have kept clean sheets in 40% of their home games this season and exactly 1-goal has been scored in 20% of those 15 matches at the Estadio Ramón de Carranza, which ties in perfectly with our prediction for Sunday’s clash.


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