Valencia – Valencia will face a tough match at home to Barcelona on Saturday (04/18/2015) night. ‘The Bat’ hopes to repeat kemenngan over Barcelona at the Camp Nou last season.
On February 1, 2014, Barca struck by the Valencia to give up 2-3. Los Cules even finished the game with 10 men following the sending off of Jordi Alba after receiving two yellow cards.
Valencia are now sitting in fourth La Liga standings with 65 points, just one point adrift of champions Atletico Madrid on it. Los Che’s position is not safe because it is still under the threat of Sevilla, which is only three points adrift.
Valencia loan striker Alvaro Negredo, joined at the beginning of this season. He did not hesitate to Valencia this time was able to record a similar result.
“We know it is very difficult to win at Camp Nou but my colleagues are able to do so in the last season. Why not again this year?” Negredo said the US reported.
“The match will be very demanding and we have to really focus throughout the 90 minutes and we will try and earned three points.”
So far Valencia did not have a good record against Barca. 2-3 victory last season was the first of the above Barca since 2007 in La Liga.