Copa del Rey Predictions 2019

Copa del Rey Predictions 2019

Congratulations to Valencia CF on their stunning 2-1 underdog victory over FC Barcelona during the 2019 Copa del Rey Championship match!

Copa del Rey is Spanish soccer's premier kockout cup competition and runs from September until May annually. The 2018-19 final will be held at the Estadio Benito Villamarin in Seville on May 25, 2019, and you can find all the Copa del Rey predictions and odds right here, plus our best tips for betting on soccer. Updated just prior to kickoff - here are the latest prices at SportsInteraction:

 Favorite Win Draw Win  Underdog

FC Barcelona

1.52 4.44 5.38 Valencia CF

Copa del Rey betting

The 2018/19 final is just days away and the Copa del Rey betting odds show that Barcelona are the hot favourite ahead of opponents Valencia in this match. It's unsurprising really - Barcelona are coming off a season in which they coasted to a La Liga title with weeks to spare ahead of main rivals Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid, and they were dominant in the Champions League despite being knocked out in the semi-finals. Back Barcelona on Draw No Bet odds.

FC Barcelona To Beat Valencia on Draw No Bet Odds

But anything can happen in a cup final, and Valencia have also had an outstanding season. They've secured yet another European adventure for 2019/20 via their league position, while they too played excellent soccer in this season's Europa League before also falling at the semi-final stage.

Betting Options

There are a number of Copa del Rey betting options available, and the moneyline market is the first place to start. Remember, this market is all about the 90-minute result, so it includes the draw. The Copa del Rey final may go to extra time and penalties, although the moneyline option asks you to pick the regulation time result. Barcelona are great value here at 1.55.

FC Barcelona To win the Copa del Rey Odds

In the Copa del Rey outright winner market, you'll have the simple task of determining which team will win the trophy. You can see how far ahead Barcelona are here - they are at 1.55, while Valencia are outsiders at 5.04

Valencia To win the Copa del Rey Odds

Barcelona are aiming for their fifth consecutive Copa del Rey title, and they have won the last four in style by scoring at least twice in each game. The 2017/18 final saw them thrash Sevilla 5-0, so there's a good chance they will turn it on. For that reason, we recommend betting on the overs in the over/under market. Bet on over 2.5 goals @ 1.58.

barcelona copa del rey odds

Similarly, Barcelona's previous four victories in the Copa del Rey final have all featured a margin of at least two clear goals, so the asian handicap line comes into play. If you select Barcelona with a handicap of -1.5, it means they would need to win by 2 goals or more for you to win your wager. This market is great value, you wll get 2.56 for Barcelona to win with a -1.5 handicap.

Finally, don't forget to check out the player props.  Expect Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez to get on the scoresheet - both scored in last year's final and they look in imperious form once again. You can bet on the anytime goalscorer or the first goalscorer, and odds will become available as the match approaches.

Copa del rey final over under barcelona

Spain Copa del Rey Predictions

Our Copa del Rey Predictions see Barcelona to win their fifth consecutive title and 31st overall. With no disrespect to Valencia, this Barcelona team is on another level, and only a totally catastrophic performance could lead to a shock loss against the Europa League semi-finalists.

Some might argue that Barcelona is capable of such a performance, having travelled to Anfield and lost 4-0 to Liverpool in their recent Champions League match, although we're confident this is a blip on the radar, and the Catalan giants will be much more confident, composed and comfortable in their home country, even if it isn't at the Camp Nou.

barcelona vs valencia prediction

The Barcelona odds to win are best selected in the moneyline market, where you'll get odds of 1.58. As mentioned above, we also think they will score plenty of goals and win by a margin of two or more, so you are advised to select the overs market (1.58) and the -1.5 asian handicap market (2.56) to maximise your returns.

We're also predicting that Barcelona will be quick out of the blocks, and so there's a good chance that the La Liga champions will lead early and be up at half-time. By selecting the half-time/full-time double, you can also improve the odds you would receive in a moneyline bet.

Odds on Barcelona to lead at half-time and win the match in regulation time are listed at 2.43. This is a highly likely result at a great price.

There is also a decent chance of Valencia getting something out of this match. They scored in both legs of their recent Europa League semi-final against Arsenal, and Barcelona showed recently that they do have some defensive frailties at times. The both teams to score market is the one to look for here, we're going to go with 'yes' at 1.61.

Yes Both teams to score Odds

For more predictions and tips, check out our fully stocked Soccer Free picks selection. See below the top sportsbooks where you can bet on the Copa del Rey online and, from the cream of the crop, choose the best one for you!

How does the Copa del Rey work

The Copa del Rey features teams from Spanish soccer's four highest leagues, meaning over 80 clubs participate each year.  The teams enter the competition at various stages depending on their level, culminating in the La Liga giants entering at the round of 32 stage.

The 2018/19 tournament is a straight knockout competition, and features a mixture of one-leg and two-leg ties. The early stages of the tournament (round 1-3) are decided by one-off fixtures, while the round of 32, round of 16, quarter-finals and semi-finals are decided by a home and away fixture between the two teams. The final is then played at a neutral venue, and consists of a solitary match to decide the title.

Copa del Rey revamps its format for 2019-20

The Copa del Rey is expanding in 2019-20 and will feature 126 teams - this is because entries will now be open to Spain's fifth tier league.

The other big change will see a reduction of matches - all matches before the semi-finals will now be decided by just one match, and in all cases where teams from different divisions play against each other, the match will be hosted by the team in the lower tier. This increases the chances of a small club hosting a giant like Barcelona or Real Madrid.

When and where is the Copa del Rey final

The 2018/19 Copa del Rey final will be held in Sevilla, at the Estadio Benito Villamarin, on Saturday, May 25th 2019.

where is copa del rey final

The winner of the tournament gains automatic qualification to the next season's Europa League (unless they have already gained entry to the Champions League via their position in La Liga).

Who will broadcast the Copa del Rey final

The match will be broadcast on beIN sports in Canada.

Copa del Rey list of winners

Barcelona is the most successful club in the history of the Copa del Rey, with a remarkable 30 victories. Athletic Bilbao is next on the list with 23 wins while the two main Madrid clubs Real and Atletico have 19 and 10 respectively. Here we list all of the Champions with their total Cup title wins in brackets:

Year Copa del Rey Champions
2019 Valencia FC (8)
2018 FC Barcelona (30)
2017 FC Barcelona (29)
2016 FC Barcelona (28)
2015 FC Barcelona (27)
2014 Real Madrid (19)
2013 Atlético Madrid (10)
2012  FC Barcelona (26)
2011 Real Madrid (18)
2010 Sevilla FC (5)
2009 FC Barcelona (25)
2008 Valencia CF (7)
2007   Sevilla FC (4)
2006 Espanyol Barcelona (4)
2005 Real Betis (2)
2004 Real Zaragoza (6)
2003 RCD Mallorca (1)
2002 Deportivo La Coruña (2)
2001 Real Zaragoza (5)
2000 Espanyol Barcelona (3)
1999 Valencia CF (6)
1998 FC Barcelona (24)
1997 FC Barcelona (23)
1996 Atlético Madrid (9)
1995 Deportivo La Coruña (1)
1994 Real Zaragoza (4)
1993 Real Madrid (17)
1992 Atlético Madrid (8)
1991 Atlético Madrid (7)
1990 FC Barcelona (22)
1989 Real Madrid (16)
1988 FC Barcelona (21)
1987 Real Sociedad (2)
1986 Real Zaragoza (3)
1985 Atlético Madrid (6)
1984 Athletic Bilbao (23)
1983 FC Barcelona (20)
1982 Real Madrid (15)
1981 FC Barcelona (19)
1980 Real Madrid (14)
1979 Valencia CF (5)
1978 FC Barcelona (18)
1977 Real Betis (1)
1976 Atlético Madrid (5)
1975 Real Madrid (13)
1974 Real Madrid (12)
1973 Athletic Bilbao (22)
1972 Atlético Madrid (4)
1971 FC Barcelona (17)
1970 Real Madrid (11)
1969 Athletic Bilbao (21)
1968 FC Barcelona (16)
1967 Valencia CF (4)
1966 Real Zaragoza (2)
1965 Atlético Madrid (3)
1964 Real Zaragoza (1)
1963 FC Barcelona (15)
1962 Real Madrid (10)
1961 Atlético Madrid (2)
1960 Atlético Madrid (1)
1959 FC Barcelona (14)
1958 Athletic Bilbao (20)
1957 FC Barcelona (13)
1956 Athletic Bilbao (19)
1955 Athletic Bilbao (18)
1954 Valencia CF (3)
1953 FC Barcelona (12)
1952 FC Barcelona (11)
1951 FC Barcelona (10)
1950 Athletic Bilbao (17)
1949 Valencia CF (2)
1948 Sevilla FC (3)
1947 Real Madrid (9)
1946 Real Madrid (8)
1945 Athletic Bilbao (16)
1944 Athletic Bilbao (15)
1943 Athletic Bilbao (14)
1942 FC Barcelona (9)
1941 Valencia CF (1)
1940 Espanyol Barcelona (2)
1939 Sevilla FC (2)
1938 No Champion
1937 Levante UD 
1936 Real Madrid (7)
1935 Sevilla FC (1)
1934 Real Madrid (6)
1933 Athletic Bilbao (13)
1932 Athletic Bilbao (12)
1931 Athletic Bilbao (11)
1930 Athletic Bilbao (10)
1929 Espanyol Barcelona (1)
1928 FC Barcelona (8)
1927 Real Unión (3)
1926 FC Barcelona (7)
1925 FC Barcelona (6)
1924 Real Unión (2)
1923 Athletic Bilbao (9)
1922 FC Barcelona (5)
1921 Athletic Bilbao (8)
1920 FC Barcelona (4)
1919 Arenas de Getxo (1)
1918 Real Unión (1)
1917 Real Madrid (5)
1916 Athletic Bilbao (7)
1915 Athletic Bilbao (6)
1914 Athletic Bilbao (5)
1913 Racing Club Irun (1)
1913 FC Barcelona (3)
1912 FC Barcelona (2)
1911 Athletic Bilbao (4)
1910 Athletic Bilbao (3)
1910 FC Barcelona (1)
1909 Real Sociedad (1)
1908 Real Madrid (4)
1907 Real Madrid (3)
1906 Real Madrid (2)
1905 Real Madrid (1)
1904 Athletic Bilbao (2)
1903 Athletic Bilbao (1)