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Cadiz vs Valencia live stream, predictions & team news | La Liga

By Harry Edwards

Cadiz vs Valencia live stream, predictions & team news | La Liga

Published: 14:36, 3 April 2021

Valencia will be hoping to distance themselves from the relegation battle when they travel to face Cadiz in La Liga on Sunday at 5:30pm (UK time).

Javi Gracia’s side are currently 12th, nine points clear of the bottom three with 10 games left to play, while Cadiz are three places back in 15th.

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Where to watch Cadiz vs Valencia on TV:

  • UK: LaLigaTV
  • US: beIN Sports

Scoreline prediction: Cadiz 1-1 Valencia

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Cadiz vs Valencia build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:

As we enter the final part of the La Liga season, Cadiz will be aiming to keep hold of their status as a top-flight club. After promotion last season, Cadiz are five points clear of the relegation zone but their poor form has them slipping closer to the bottom. Cadiz have won just one of their past 10 La Liga matches, a run that started with them in the top half of the table. Eibar were the only team to lose to Cadiz during that spell, but they were unable to build on that win, drawing with Alaves and losing to Villarreal before the international break.

Meanwhile, Valencia have moved themselves away from the relegation zone but will be wary of any poor results causing them to drop back down. Los Che entered 2021 in 17th but have won five of their 12 games this year, form that may not look good on paper, but has been enough to carry them to 12th. Three of those five victories have come in Valencia’s last six games, but Gracia’s side have been alternating wins and defeats. They entered the international break with a win, so will Valencia break the sequence?

  • Cadiz (vs Villarreal): Ledesma; Carcelen, Fali, Cala, Espino; Fernandez, Jose Mari, Jonsson, Sanchez; Negredo, Sobrino.
  • Valencia (vs Granada): Cillessen*; Correia, Diakhaby, Gabriel, Gaya; Blanco, Racic, Soler, Wass; Guedes, Gomez.

Ruben Sobrino and Luismo Quezada are out for Cadiz, with Anthony Lozano a doubt. Jasper Cillessen misses out for Valencia with a knee injury, while Eliaquim Mangala and Cristiano Piccini are doubtful.

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Players to watch:

  • Cadiz: This weekend’s clash sees Alvaro Negredo face one of his former sides. In 74 appearances for Valencia both on loan and as a permanent member of their squad, Negredo scored 18 goals, a shadow of the player he had been in La Liga with Sevilla. Three-and-a-half years after his departure, following spells with Besiktas and Al-Nasr, Negredo returned to Spain with Cadiz, and has done well with the promoted side. In 25 games, Negredo has scored seven goals for Cadiz, all of which have come in La Liga. Negredo also has a decent record against Valencia, scoring 11 goals in 13 appearances, his best record against a single opponent.
  • Valencia: If Valencia are to win this weekend, they’ll be hoping Maxi Gomez is in good form. The Uruguayan striker has scored five goals in La Liga so far this season, and is Valencia’s joint-top scorer from open play. Only Carlos Soler has scored more than Gomez for Valencia, but six of his seven goals have come from the penalty spot. However, Gomez goes into this game on a terrible goalscoring drought, failing to score in his past 10 matches since a 1-1 draw with Cadiz at the start of January. Can he find the net against them again?

La Liga 2020/21 recent form:

  • Cadiz: LDWLD
  • Valencia: WLWLW

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