Osasuna welcomes Valencia at the Estadio El Sadar
Osasuna welcomes Valencia at the Estadio El Sadar in a match from the 10th round of the Spanish La Liga. We are going to discuss this fixture in Pamplona in our soccer matches tomorrow.
Osasuna are among the newcomers in the league this season and they are currently 13th in the standings with 11 points won. So far they have a record of two wins, five draws and two losses in the league. In terms of current form, Osasuna’s last five matches in La Liga look like this: one win, two draws and two losses.
In the previous round Arrasate’s boys suffered their second defeat for the campaign. Los Rojilos visited Granada at the Estadio Nuevo Los Carmenes and suffered a 0-1 loss. Domingos Duarte scored the only goal in the game. Osasuna also finished the match with 10 men on the pitch because of Fran Merida’s red card in the last few minutes.
Valencia are currently 10th in La Liga with 13 points won, so they clearly have a room for improvement. The club had to go through some serious changes after the departure of the manager Marcelino. Recently the new coach Albert Celades is doing good work, because Los Che are unbeaten in their last five matches in La Liga.
In the previous round Valencia had a tough visit to Atletico Madrid at the Wanda Metropolitano, which gained them a point after a 1-1 draw. Until the 82th minute Los Che were a goal behind, but the club’s captain Dani Parejo equalised.
Valencia also finished their last game with a man less on the pitch. The Korean midfielder Lee Kang-In, who replaced Denis Cheryshev after the halftime break, got sent off with a direct red card.
In our soccer matches tomorrow we believe that it won’t be an easy game for both Osasuna and Valencia. Osasuna are having a decent performance since their return to La Liga, while Valencia are also solid lately. This could go in both ways really.