Sevilla make a long trip to southeast Spain to play Valencia away at Mestalla Stadium in La Liga. The hoists are hard-pressed for a win following a defeat in the last game, while Sevilla are looking to make a hat-trick of wins in this match.
Albert Celades is already walking a thin line as the results have already improved since he replaced Marcelinho at the hot seat at Mestalla. The Los Che have won just twice in the seven games Celades has managed with the team falling below the top half of the table as a result.
Sevilla, meanwhile, have made more than a decent start to the 2019-20 season under head coach Julen Lopetegui. They are 5th on the table but could move upto 2nd with a win aat Mestalla Stadium.
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Teams: Valencia and Sevilla
Match Timing: October 30, 11:30 PM
VAL vs SEV Dream11 Team News:
Albert Celades will have to deal without a host of first-team players for the home game against Sevilla.
Right-back Cristiano Piccini remains out due to a knee injury and he is joined by Goncalo Guedes and Kevin Gameiro on the sideline.
Striker Rodrigo Moreno was sent off in Valencia’s 3-1 loss at Osasuna so he is suspended for this match. Denis Cheryshev is also serving a ban n this game due to the accumulation of yellow cards.
Midfielder Lee Kang-in is back from serving a ban and is in contention to start in the midfield as a replacement for Cheryshev. That said, Ferran Torres is an option as well for Celades.
Maxi Gomez will lead the attack for Valencia in the absence of Rodrigo.
Valencia named the following squad:
Goalkeeper: Domenech, Cillessen
Defenders: Garay, G. Paulista, Gaya, Thierry, Diakhaby, J. Costa, Wass
Midfielders: Parejo, Coquelin, Kondogbia, C. Soler, Kang-in, Ferran
Striker: M. Vallejo, R. Sobrino, M. Gomez
Daniel Carrico and Sergi Gomez have both been ruled out due to injury issues.
Nolito has been passed fit to feature against Valencia but the former Manchester City player faces a battle from Oliver Torres for a place in the playing 11.
As Carrico misses out due to a minor foot injury, expect Jules Kounde to continue at centre back while Javier Hernandez should start ahead of Luuk de Jong in the attack.
Sevilla squad to face Valencia:
Vaclik, Ocampos, Nolito, Dabbur, Banega, Munir, Kounde, Bono, Chicharito, Pozo, Navas, Gudelj, Escudero, De Jong, Diego Carlos, Oliver Torres, Vazquez, Reguilon, Jordan, Fernando, Javi Diaz
VAL vs SEV Dream11 playing 11:
Velencia: Cillessen (GK), Gaya, Paulista, Garay, Wass, Parejo, Kondogbia, Coquelin, Soler, Kang-in / Ferran Torres, Maxi Gomez
Sevilla: Vaclik (GK), Navas, Carlos, Kounde, Reguilon, Jordan, Fernando, Banega, Torres, Ocampos, Javier Hernandez
VAL vs SEV Dream11 combination: