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Match: Young Boys vs Valencia
Competition: Champions League
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Young Boys vs Valencia live streaming: Match preview
Young Boys are still waiting for their first Champions League win.
The Swiss Champions have lost both games 3-0, at home to Manchester United and then away to Juventus.
Can they shock Valencia here.
Los Che will be targeting back to back wins over Young Boys to put them right in the mix for the last 16.
Despite playing against 10-men, they were beaten 2-0 at home to Juventus.
They couldn’t score once again on their trip to Old Trafford, but did leave with a point in a 0-0 draw.
Valencia have had 36 shots, the fifth most in the competition but are yet to score.
Marcelino’s side should win both of their meetings with Young Boys to, potentially, put them above Manchester United into second.