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

By Ben Green

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

Published: 17:00, 20 May 2021

Huesca will be looking to maintain their La Liga status when they host Valencia on Saturday evening (17:00 UK time).

Pacheta’s side currently hover above the relegation zone and know a win guarantees another season in Spain’s top division. As for their visitors they’ll want to put this season behind them.


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Where to watch Huesca vs Valencia on TV:

  • UK: LaLigaTV
  • US: beIN SPORTS XTRA

Scoreline prediction: Huesca 0-2 Valencia

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

Two wins across their last seven La Liga outings has dragged Huesca into a hotly contested relegation battle. Pacheta’s side go into the final matchday sitting just once position above the relegation zone due to having a superior goal-difference than Elche whom they are level on points with. Their recent home form is encouraging to say the least. They’ve won three of their last four La Liga matches at Estadio El Alcoraz including winning their last two against Real Sociedad (1-1) and Athletic Bilbao (1-0) back-to-back.

Los Che returned to successful ways last time out when they ran out 4-1 winners against Eibar at home. It was their second win across nine La Liga outings, a run that saw manager Javi Gracia relieved of his duties. On the road Valencia last tasted victory in early January, since a 0-1 win at Real Valladolid they’ve played nine times away from the Mestalla, of those outings only two didn’t end in defeat (1-1 at Athletic Bilbao and 2-2 at Real Betis). It’s also worth noting the Valencian have only managed to register six goals across those aforementioned matches whilst conceding 18 times.

  • Huesca (vs Real Betis): Fernández; Vavro, Siovas, Pulido; Rico; Maffeo, Seoane, Ferreiro, Galán; Mir, Ramírez.
  • Valencia (vs Eibar): Cillessen; Paulista, Diakhaby, Guillamón; Correia, Wass, Soler, Gayà; Lee, Guedes; Gómez.

Pablo Insua and Denis Vavro are both ruled out for Huesca and they’re joined in the physio room by Eugeni Valderrama, Antonio Valera and Luisinho meanwhile there are no Valencia players currently reported injured or suspended.

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Player to watch: Gonçalo Guedes (Valencia)

It’s been another frustrating campaign for Valencia who are set to finish the season in mid-table. However in all the doom and gloom there’ve been some bright moments with certain individuals stepping up. Someone looking to finish 2020/21 on a strong note is talented Portuguese forward Gonçalo Guedes. The 24-year-old has recently been linked with a switch to Premier League outfit Wolves where many of his compatriots play their club football and their interest makes sense.

Guedes enters matchday 38 on nine assists not since Juan Mata in 2010/11 has a Valencia player reached double figures when it comes to creating goals. Mata back then ended with 12 it wasnt enough for him to win that season’s ‘assist king’ crown (which belonged to Lionel Messi) but Guedes has an outside chance of this year’s prize as Iago Aspas of Celta Vigo currently leads the way on 12.

La Liga 2020/21 recent form:

  • Huesca: LWLWL
  • Valencia: WLWLD

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