- Valencia CF: Nani and Rodrigo (both injured), Enzo Perez (suspended)
- R. Sporting: Fernando Amorebieta, Moi Gomez and Borja Viguera (all injured)
Valencia CF (13th, 29 pts):
-Voro's troops find themselves on a three-game winning streak on home turf in LaLiga Santander, with recent victories over Athletic Club, Real Madrid and CD Leganes cementing the club's best run of form this season.
-Valencia have emerged victorious from four of their last five meetings with Sporting in LaLiga Santander, with the visitors' sole success in that run coming at Mestalla last season, when Toni Sanabria struck the only goal of the game.
Voro: “Our target is to extend our home winning streak to four games” https://t.co/ixZkM4uibm— Valencia CF English (@valenciacf_en) March 10, 2017
R. Sporting (19th, 17 pts):
-Rubi's charges have only racked up a single point from a possible 12, leaving them seven points behind 17th-placed RC Deportivo in LaLiga Santander.
-The away side can take confidence from the fact that they boast a rather impressive record at Mestalla, where they have picked up a point or better on five of their last six visits in LaLiga Santander.
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
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