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Live football streaming: Watch Valencia v Sevilla in La Liga
Sevilla visit the Mestalla on Saturday night (2100 GMT) with both teams hoping to bridge the gap between themselves and the top teams.
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Currently sitting 11th in La Liga, it’s fair to say Sevilla have struggled so far this season. They’ll still be hoping with the quality they possess in their squad, they can make a push for the European spots.
Valencia have won 6 of their last 7 in all competitions so come into this game in better form than their opponents. However, they’ll also be disappointed with their position in the table. 8th in the table, they have their hopes pinned on runaway top scorer Roberto Soldado to fire them up the table.
Both teams will be happy to have progressed to the last 8 in the Copa Del Rey earlier this week. The two sides will need to turn their focus onto this very important league clash.
Valencia are close to welcoming back long-term absentee Sergio Canales to the fold but he is unlikely to feature against Sevilla. Jeremy Mathieu will also not be fit in time following issues with his Achilles tendon. Midfielder Sofiane Feghouli has left for the ACON with Algeria so will be unavailable in the coming weeks.
Sevilla have won their last 5 meetings between these two sides but go into this game as underdogs. In a match that could go either way, we believe Roberto Soldado will be the difference for Valencia.
- Updated: January 10, 2013