REMEMBER Terry Gibson? Well, we've signed him and while he won't be kicking a football he'll be looking into his crystal ball and bringing us his best Spanish tips every week.
The ex-Spurs, Coventry and Manchester United striker is probably best remembered for his time as part of the infamous Wimbledon Crazy Gang side of the late 80s and early 90s. Now an expert in all things La Liga he works as a pundit and co-commentator on Sky Sports’ Spanish football coverage and is a contributor to unibet.
Here are Terry's tips for Sunday's match between Getafe and second-placed Valencia.
Getafe v Valencia (3.15pm)
This could be a real tough test for unbeaten Valencia. They face a vibrant and direct Getafe who could prove to be troublesome.
It will be two teams playing with the same 4-4-2 formation and Getafe will relish the individual battles. Getafe’s Arrambari and Bergera will fancy their chances of mixing it physically with Kondogbia and Parejo in central midfield and Jorge Molina and Angel will look to be a real nuisance for the Valencia centre-backs.
However, I think the game will be won on the flanksdespite Goncalo Guedes being unavailable for Valencia through injury. Manchester United’s Andreas Perieira will replace him and I believe he and Carlos Soler will have too much quality for either full-back of Getafe.
I believe with their quality they will therefore be able to provide Zaza and Rodrigo with considerably more goalscoring opportunities than Molina and Angel will get from their team-mates.
Because of this I’m going for another win for Valencia and with a scoreline of 2-1. It was Rodrigo last week against Barcelona but I’m going for Zaza this week to get the first goal of the game.
- Correct score: Getafe 1, Valencia 2, (15-2, Unibet)
- First scorer: Zaza (19-4, Unibet)
- Both teams to score (4-6, Unibet)
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