Rayo Vallecano vs Levante Prediction, Head-To-Head, Lineup, Betting Tips, Where To Watch Live Today La Liga 2021-22 Match Details – May 21

Rayo Vallecano and Levante will face each other on Saturday 21, May 2022. The game starts at 12:30 AM at Estadio de Vallecas football ground. Rayo Vallecano is failed to win in their last four games. The deficiency of Motivation is the main problem for them. On the other hand, Levante was unable to secure the LA Liga survival. We can say that Levante has one of the worst teams in this competition, they have been struggling with their defense since the start of the season. Check Rayo Vallecano vs Levante Prediction.

While Vallecano has confirmed their safety in the top flight for next year, they had a great start to the season but later they were unable to show that spark. The team believes in working hard and trying better next time. And if they can end the season with so it can boost their confidence. For the last of this season, we will discuss Rayo Vallecano vs Levante Prediction, Head-To-Head, Lineup, and Betting Tips.

Rayo Vallecano vs Levante Prediction
Levante is capable to beat this Rayo Vallecano side. We can accept a close-thiller game from both teams. In my opinion, Rayo Vallecano will finish on a winning note.

A season which had provided so much unexpected hope just a few months ago has petered out rather disappointingly for Vallecano in the closing stages of the campaign.

Following promotion from the second tier last year, La Liga survival was all that had been targeted last August, but after a remarkable start to the 2021-22 campaign, Andoni Iraola’s side were making an incredible push for the European places.

However, momentum was lost for Los Franjirrojos following the winter break, which has resulted in an alarming dip in form that has yielded just two victories from their 19 league outings in 2022.

The latest of their poor results this year came at Mallorca on Sunday, in which Iraola’s men were beaten 2-1 following a late goal from their opponents.

After heading into the break a goal behind, Vallecano responded well in the second 45 and deservedly equalised through Ismaila Ciss, but despite a dominant second-half performance, they came away from the Estadi de Son Moix empty handed.

As a result, Friday’s hosts head into the game in 12th place in the La Liga table, with various outcomes over the final weekend in Spain meaning that they could finish as high as 11th, or as low as 14th, but regardless of their dramatic drop off in form, the 2021-22 campaign has been a successful one for the promoted side.

Levante’s Gonzalo Melero celebrates scoring their first goal on February 16, 2022
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Meanwhile, Levante’s five-year stay in La Liga comes to an end on Friday evening, with the heavy 6-0 defeat at champions Real Madrid last Thursday sealing their fate.

A disappointing relegation does not tell the full story for the Frogs however, who have fought for their survival admirably in recent months.

After winning just three of their opening 29 league games of the campaign, Levante have gone on to win four of their last eight outings under Alessio Lisci, who has slowly but surely begun to record successful results since taking over in November.

However, it has proven to be too little too late for Friday’s visitors, although a positive end to the campaign looks to have set the side up nicely ahead of a summer rebuild, with the view to an immediate return to the top flight via promotion next season.

Despite the damaging defeat at the Bernaebu further worsening Levante’s defensive record of late – in which they have conceded 16 goals during their positive eight-game period – the relegated side have managed to find the back of the net as many times during those matches.

As a result, just three defeats have been suffered during this spell, which have arrived against three of the league’s top four sides – Los Blancos, Barcelona and Sevilla

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