Rayo Vallecano vs Levante – Preview, H2H, Line-ups, Prediction | La Liga 2021-22

Leeds United interested in Levante midfielder Jose Campana

Levante will play their last La Liga game in the foreseeable future this Friday as they travel to Madrid to face Rayo Vallecano in the last game of the 2021/22 La Liga season. 

Venue: Campo de Futbol de Vallecas (Madrid)

Key Statistics

Rayo Vallecano are winless in their last eight home games (three draws and five losses).

The hosts have conceded seven goals in their last two games. 

They have scored just 37 goals this season. Only four teams have scored fewer goals this season.

Levante have failed to score in only one of their last seven away games.

The visitors have picked up 24 of their 32 points in 2022 (W7, D3, L9).

They have conceded a joint league-high 44 away goals already.

Head to head

Rayo Vallecano have been the dominant side in the recent fixture between both sides. The hosts have five wins in the last ten meetings between both sides while Levante have three wins.  

Latest performances in all competitions

Rayo Vellecano: L-L-D-D-W

Levante: W-L-W-D-L

Rayo Vellecano

Rayo Vallecano will look to close their 2021/22 La Liga season on a winning note when they face Levante on Friday.

The hosts have enjoyed a successful first season back in the top flight after recording 42 points, having won eleven of their opening 37 fixtures (nine draws and 17 losses). 

They currently sit in twelfth position, six points ahead of the red zone. And so, they come into this tie with little to play for, save ending a two-game losing run which has seen them concede seven goals. 

Guaranteed a bottom-half finish regardless of the result here, Andoni Iraola’s men will at least look to give the home fans a good send-off after what has been a solid home league campaign (W8, D5, L5).

Although they are winless in their last eight home games, they will be inspired by four straight home H2H wins against their visitors. 

Possible Rayo Vallecano starting line-up

Luca Zidane; Ivan Balliu, Nikola Maras, Alejandro Catena, Fran Garcia; Oscar Valentin, Pathe Ciss; Alvaro Garcia, Unai Lopez, Mario Hernandez; Radamel Falcao. 

Injured: Isi Palazon, Martin Merquelanz

Doubtful: None 

Suspended: None 


Levante’s fight for La Liga survival came to an end two weeks ago as they were trumped 6-0 away from home by Real Madrid.

The visitors have been in the relegation fight all season but looked like they were going to put up a great escape after getting back on form in 2022. But the poor start to the season ultimately caught up with them at the Santiago Bernabeu two rounds ago, mathematically confirming their relegation to the lower division.

They will now look to at least end the season on a high and win two La Liga games in a row for the first time since July 2020, following a 3-1 win over Alaves last time. 

Possible Levante starting line-up

Dani Cardenas; Jorge Miramon, Pier Rober, Sergio Postigo, Marcelo Saracchi; Alejandro Cantero, Mickael Malsa, Jose Campana, Enis Bardhi; Luis Morales, Roger.

Injured: Carlos Clerc, Jorge de Frutos 

Doubtful: Shkodran Mustafi

Suspended: Roberto Soldado, Francisco Son, Oscar Duarte 


Rayo Vallecano 2-2 Levante