Analyzing the presented statistics, it can be seen that both Valencia and Cadiz have shown an unstable form in the last matches in La Liga: Valencia scored 3 wins, 2 draws and 4 losses, and Cadiz - 2 wins, 3 draws and 4 losses. Valencia's goal difference is -1, while Cadiz's is -4, which indicates the weak defense of both teams. The latest meetings between the teams are going in favor of Cadiz, which is surprising given their victories over Valencia in the last meetings.
Looking at additional statistics, Valencia have slightly better figures for possession, shots on goal and expected goals (xG) compared to Cadiz. However, Cadiz has shown resilience, especially against higher-level teams, as seen in its matches against teams such as Atlético Madrid. It is important to note the dates of the last matches, which indicate that both teams had quite a busy schedule, which may have led to fatigue, which often leads to a decrease in the level of play or unexpected results.
Valencia and Cadiz have shown a consistent ability to score in recent matches, despite fluctuations in their form. On the other hand, their defensive record is not particularly reliable: both teams have conceded goals in recent La Liga matches. The Both Teams to Score market often offers profitable scenarios when teams have powerful attacking statistics, but demonstrate vulnerability in defense. In addition, historical data on these teams' meetings indicates a tendency for competitive matches with goals from both sides. This option provides a balance of risk and reward, taking into account the teams' attacking potential and the defensive weaknesses they exhibit at critical moments in their matches.
This bet provides the most favorable balance between risk and reward. Given the recent results of Valencia and Cadiz in terms of goals scored and defense, it is highly likely that both teams will score. The odds are attractive and provide decent winning potential without being overly risky. The nature of their head-to-head matches and the tactical approaches of both teams further increases the likelihood of such an outcome. This option, based on reliable statistics, consistent with observed tactical setups and recognizing the current form of the teams, makes this the best bet among the available options.
Valencia's attacking play, especially at home, tends to result in a high number of corner kicks due to the use of the flanks. Cadiz, although not so aggressive in the final third of the field, is confident in defense against high-class teams, often forcing them to play ahead and, as a result, leading to corners. The high number of corners is a pattern seen in the team's recent matches, making this an intriguing bet. However, this bet is inherently high-risk, since the course of the game can significantly affect the number of corners. A cautious or unexpectedly defensive stance by one side may result in fewer corners, but the potentially high return on this bet, reflected in the odds, makes it an interesting proposition.