DEP vs VAL Dream11 Team Prediction La Liga Football – Fantasy Team News

DEP vs VAL Dream11 Team Prediction La Liga Football – Fantasy Team News

Valencia vs Deportivo La Coruna

La Liga

 

DEP vs VAL Dream11 MATCH PREVIEW:

This season has been quite contrasting for both these teams. Valencia are on the up seem to have left all the miserable couple of years behind them as they are destined to finish in the top-4 this season, thus securing their place in the Champions League next season, while Deportivo have gone in the complete opposite direction and now must prepare for the life in the Segunda Division as they are relegated from La Liga.

The Oranges are 4th heading into this match, 10 points clear of 5th placed Real Betis. That’s quite an achievement for this proud club considering where they finished in the last couple of years. But this campaign could have been better in every aspect as they were flying at the start of the season, but a midseason slump and another torrid run heading into this match, means Valencia have scuppered the golden chance to finish the 2017-18 campaign 2nd in the table.

Deportivo may be going down this season but they should take some solace from the fact that they have a very good record of getting back to the top-flight. Also, they look like the team in the best shape than Malaga and Las Palmas, the other two clubs getting relegated.

 

MATCH DETAILS:

When: May 20, 03:30 PM IST

Where: Mestalla Stadium

Capacity: 55,000

 

Recent wins (Last six matches, recent – last)

Valencia – L L D D L W

Deportivo La Coruna – W D D L D L

 

DEP vs VAL Dream11 TEAM NEWS: Injuries and Suspension

Valencia vs Deportivo La Coruna:

Valencia: Former Arsenal defensive midfielder Francis Coquelin is still injured and won’t be playing any part in this game, while Andreas Pereira is absent too and has flown back to Manchester for the treatment. Meanwhile, left-back Toni Lato is a doubt for the home team.

Deportivo La Coruna:

The visitors will be without Eneko Boveda who is out injured, while Raul Albentosa is suspended.

Also, there are at least five players who are listed under game-time decisions – Fabian Schar, Sidnei, Fede Cartabia, Florin Andone and Carles Gil all are doubtful for this match.

 

DEP vs VAL Dream11 Playing 11 – (Probable)

Valencia – Domenech (GK), Gaya, Paulista, Garay, Montoya, Soler, Parejo, Kondogbia, Guedes, Mina, Moreno

Deportivo La Coruna – Martinez (GK), Juanfran, Navarro, Schar, Luisinho, Mosquera, Krohn-Dehli, Valentin, Colak, Bakkali, Valle

 

Competition History-

Valencia –  6 Times La Liga Champions

Deportivo La Coruna – 1999-2000 Champions

 

Head 2 Head- 108 meetings in official matches

Valencia – 52

Draw- 24

Deportivo La Coruna – 32

 

Key Players:

Valencia – Mina, Moreno

Deportivo La Coruna Bakkali, Valle

 

Take a look at some statistics –

  1. Valencia have a very good record against Deportivo. The Oranges have lost just once in the last 11 encounters against Coruna.
  2. Deportivo La Coruna have won just two away games in La Liga this season.
  3. Valencia could finish the campaign as the team with the 2nd best home record if they win and Atletico fail to win against Eibar in their last home game.
  4. Deportivo are on a 5 game winless run.
  5. Valencia won 1-0 away against Girona and ended their five-game winless streak, their worst such run of this campaign.

 

DEP vs VAL Dream11 FANTASY TEAM:

 

INDIA FANTASY PREDICTION:

Valencia are 4th and can’t finish the season higher than their current position and neither can’t they slip down if they lose. This is the case with Deportivo too. They are 18th and the result has no effect on their position. So it’s a kind of dead rubber for both the teams.

However, the Oranges must be itching to finish the season with a win and we are backing them to do just that.

 

NOTE: THIS DEP vs VAL Dream11 MATCH PREVIEW IS BASED ON OUR RESEARCH AND UNDERSTANDING FROM VARIOUS NEWS SOURCES. YOU CAN SELECT YOUR OWN PLAYING 11 ON THE BASIS OF TEAM NEWS.

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