Real Madrid and Valencia go head-to-head at the King Fahd International Stadium this Wednesday in the Supercopa de España. Real Madrid, who have already won this tournament 11 times, mark their 19th participation in the competition, whilst Valencia, who have already won this tournament, go into their 6th.
Real Madrid head into this clash on the back of a 2x1 defeat against Villarreal (La Liga 2022/23), while Valencia lost 0x1 to Cádiz (La Liga 2022/23). A look back at the history books shows that the merengues and Gennaro Gattuso's team have faced each other two hundred seven times, with Carlo Ancelotti's team holding the advantage: 108 victories, against 57 victories of Valencia.
Considering only the Supercopa de España, there have been three games played between the two teams, with 2 wins for Real Madrid, 0 draws and 1 win for Valencia.
Looking into the history of Real Madrid in the competition, Raúl González stands out as their best scorer of all time, with 7 goals in total, which has given him the second position in the Supercopa de España top scorers. Sergio Ramos excels as their most used player, with 15 games in total. Regarding the history of Valencia in the competition, Gennaro Gattuso's team's best scorer ever is Vicente , with 2 goals, and occupying the sixteenth position in the Supercopa de España top scorers. Rubén Baraja excels as their most used player, with 6 games in total.
The last meeting between the two teams ended with Real Madrid winning 4x1. Carlo Ancelotti's team is given the favouritism to win this match.