Valencia and Alavés face in the thirty-second day of LaLiga Santander, which is played after the 33rd due to the vicissitudes of the calendar by the coronavirus pandemic. Both teams face this meeting with the intention of getting the three points to get the long-awaited prize of permanence.
The Basque team has noticed the “Calleja effect” and with the change of coach he has managed to get 7 of the last 9 points in play and has been able to get out of relegation positions. The babazorro team drew goalless in San Mamés before him Athletic Bilbao, beat the SD Huesca by 1-0 and in the weekdays at Villarreal by 2-1.
Thus, the Alaves add up now 30 points and has managed to leave the relegation positions, in a historic season where it has become a centenary club. The contribution of the forward reference of the team, Joselu, was once again fundamental to the Villarreal, because he scored a goal and gave an assist so that Edgar mendez achieved the final 2-1.
The Valencia of Javi Gracia, meanwhile, clings to the fact of returning to play in Mestalla to achieve all three points. The team that offers two completely different faces with respect to the one offered as crazy, where it has managed to win four of the last five games players, with a draw (2-2 against the Real society), while away from home he barely scores points and comes from to lose in the stadium of El Sadar 3-1 against Osasuna, with a very disappointing image.
Currently, the Valencia of Grace occupies the fourteenth position of the classification with 35 points and links three consecutive games without knowing the victory. It seems very important to win this game at home to catch air in an almost definitive way against a direct rival, who also comes in an ascending key.
One of the great news of recent days is the regularity it is showing Gonçalo Guedes, who is giving goals and assists on the attack front, in addition to a Kevin Gameiro that he scored again against Osasuna. The most worrying thing is undoubtedly the defensive weakness that is showing andl Valenica, who returned to commit two penalties against the Navarrese team.
In the first round, both teams met in the Mendizorroza stadium, where they tied at two goals. The babazorro team took the lead 2-0, thanks to goals from Ximo Navarro and of Lucas Pérez from a penalty. Without However, Valencia reacted thanks to the many Manu Vallejo and Hugo Guillamón in the second half and managed to get a valuable draw.
When is Valencia – Alavés played?
The game is played today, Saturday, April 24, at 6.30 p.m.
Where to see Valencia – Alavés?
The encounter can be seen by Movistar LaLiga (46) and Movistar LaLiga 1 (47), platform dials Movistar Plus. You can follow all the information about the match live on the Mundo Deportivo website.