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Match: Real Valladolid vs Huesca
Competition: Spain Primera Liga
Kick-off time: 11:00 (UK time)
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Real Valladolid vs Huesca live streaming & watch: Match preview
Valladolid are the league’s form team.
Three games ago, they were were yet to win and had just two points.
However, after a draw in Vigo with Celta was followed by back to back wins over Levante and Villarreal, Blanquivioletas are now in the top half.
Huesca will be hoping to do something similar starting now.
La Liga’s smallest club won their first game and drew the next but lost their subsequent four matches.
However, they did stop the rot with a 1-1 draw with Girona last weekend.
Estadio José Zorrilla will be expecting another win so can Sergio’s side deliver?