- Los Che are unbeaten in their last four home matches (W3 D1). This is their longest such run since a stunning streak of 22 games without losing on their own patch in the league came to an end in January 2016.
- Voro has overseen five victories at Mestalla since taking the helm again and will be looking to the fans to roar his side on to another three points.
Voro:"We know Depor are going to demand a lot from us, but it's also a challenge" pic.twitter.com/025juxVbPH— Valencia CF English (@valenciacf_en) April 1, 2017
Deportivo (16th, 27 pts):
- The Galicians suffered derby disappointment at the hands of rivals RC Celta last time out. However, prior to that, they had enjoyed several good results under new coach Pepe Mel and so they will be bidding to rekindle the optimism this matchday.
- A whopping 32% of Deportivo's goals this season have come from headers. This is the highest proportion among any LaLiga Santander club.
Getting to Mestalla
Address: Avenida de Suecia, 46010 Valencia
Bus: Line 10 to Avenida Aragon opposite the stadium
Train: Estacio del Nord (North Station)
Stadium location here
Time: 18:30 CET
Referee: De Burgos Bengoetxea, Ricardo
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