Villarreal are seeking to extend a two-game La Liga unbeaten streak when they host Valencia at Estadio de la Cerámica on Tuesday evening (20:30 UK time).
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Where to watch Villarreal vs Valencia on TV:
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- US: ESPN+
Scoreline prediction: Villarreal 2-1 Valencia
The Yellow Submarine find themselves in seventh place on 49 points, after winning their last match 2-1 at Coliseum Alfonso Pérez against Getafe subsequently ending a three-game winless streak. With six matches remaining they are six points behind Real Sociedad for a spot in the Europa Conference League qualifiers.
As for Valencia they’re placed 10th on 42 points. Last time out Los Che suffered a 2-1 defeat against Osasuna at Estadio de Mestalla to break a six-match unbeaten streak. The previous league fixture between these teams saw Valencia come out on top 2-0 at Estadio de Mestalla in October. Hugo Guillamón scored in the 43rd minute before Carlos Soler got on the scoresheet.
Villarreal team news
With the first leg of their Champions League semi-final against Liverpool still a week away, Villarreal are focused on La Liga. Head coach Unai Emery is still without Alberto Moreno through injury, but there’s no other major worries. He could ring in some changes from the side that ran out 3-1 winners over Getafe over the weekend. Arnaut Danjuma is pushing a return to Emery’s starting XI while the likes of Raul Albiol, Etienne Capoue and Juan Foyth are expected to feature.
Valencia team news
Los Che are not as lucky as they come into this fixture potentially missing Maxi Gomez, Yunus Musah and Gabriel Paulista — all sat out Valencia’s recent game against Osasuna with respective injuries. Hugo Duro should retain his spot alongside Goncalo Guedes up top if Gomez does not make it. Following that setback Jose Bordalas could implement some rotation; Carlos Soler and Thierry Correia in particular are pushing for a return to his starting lineup.
La Liga 2021/22 recent form:
- Villarreal: WDLLW
- Valencia: LDDWD
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