- Valencia CF: Rodrigo and Aymen Abdennour (both injured)
- Sevilla FC: Benoit Tremoulinas, Michael Krohn-Dehli, Samir Nasri and Adil Rami (all injured); Matias Kranevitter (suspended)
Valencia (12th, 39 pts):
- After three wins in a row, Voro's charges suddenly find themselves sitting comfortably in mid-table, closer to the European spots than to the relegation picture. Now Los Che are bidding to string together a fourth straight LaLiga Santander victory, something the club hasn't achieved since March 2015.
- Valencia have won their last four league games at home to Sevilla and haven't lost to the Andalusians at Mestalla since 2012.
Voro:“The game against Sevilla is a big challenge and will test our possibilities”https://t.co/CnO9BvSTUU— Valencia CF English (@valenciacf_en) April 15, 2017
Sevilla (4th, 61 pts):
- Last matchday's 4-2 triumph against RC Deportivo ended Jorge Sampaoli's side's five-game winless run in LaLiga Santander, although it was not enough to reclaim third place from Atletico Madrid.
- While they have a fine away record this term, Sevilla have failed to win any of their last three encounters on the road. In total, their 16 away outings in the league have yielded seven wins, four draws and five losses.
PRESS CONFERENCE | Sampaoli: "I'm only looking at the seven finals that the club has got" pic.twitter.com/SFokXgBCyM— Sevilla FC (@SevillaFC_ENG) April 14, 2017
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