Valencia’s horrendous form continues.
On Thursday night, los Che were beaten again, this time going down 2-0 at the Bernabéu against Real Madrid.
This was the first game of Voro’s sixth spell as interim Head Coach, after Gennaro Gattuso had been sacked following last weekend’s defeat at Valladolid.
Overall, los Murciélagos have now accumulated just one point from their last five league games, only winning once since 7 October.
This leaves Valencia 14th, a mere one point clear of the relegation zone.
Girona meanwhile start the weekend two places and one point better off than their visitors, but seemingly going in the opposite direction.
Blanquivermells were unbeaten in seven matches between 23 October and 14 January, notably beating Athletic Club and Sevilla in this period.
Although, since then, Míchel’s men have suffered back-to-back defeats, beaten 1-0 by both Villarreal and Barcelona.
At home though, Girona have lost just three times all season, these coming at the hands of Celta, Real Sociedad and Barça.
So, can the Catalan club add to Valencia’s misery at Montilivi?