[25th February 2017] Deportivo Alaves Vs Valencia La Liga 2016-17 Preview, Prediction and Real Madrid

by Toqui Tahmid | Posted on Saturday, February 25th, 2017 | 0

Valencia beat Real Madrid on the last matches and increase their confidence level. Also grow up on point table. Currently they are on 14th place with 7 wins and 5 drawn. Lost 11 games of the season so far out of 23 matches.  However, Alaves Vs Valencia match will kick off on 18:00 (+6 UK Time) 12:00 UK time at the match day fixed on 25th February 2017. The match will take venue at Estadio de Mendizorroza (Vitoria-Gasteiz)

Match Details:

League /Season   :     Spanish La Liga 2016-17

Day                      :     Saturday

Date                     :     25th February 2017

Venue                  :    Estadio de Mendizorroza (Vitoria-Gasteiz)

Match                   :     Deportivo Alaves Vs Valencia

Kick-off                 :    18:00 (+6 UK Time) 12:00 UK time

 

TV Broadcasting List Deportivo Alaves Vs Valencia:

  • Sky Sports 1/HD UK,
  • QQ Sports Live
  • ESPN Play Latin America
  • TenSports
  • Star Sports 4 Asia
  • ESPN Brasil

13 head to head has been held among Deportivo Alaves Vs Valencia so far and all were held of Spanish Premiere League. This this year, Deportivo Alaves and Valencia played for the first time after 2006-07. The only head to head of the season among league 11th place holder and league 14th place holder was held on last September. On that only head to head Deportivo lost to Valencia at away match by 2-1 goals. At 2000-0, Deportivo Alaves won last time with Valencia out of their 2 head to head.

With 7 wins and 9 drawn, Alaves are on 11th position. While after 23 matches, Alaves have 30 points. Just 22 goals scored by then and conceded 28 goals.

Deportivo Alaves First lineup:

Fernando Pacheco, Aleksandar Pantie , Marcos Llorente, Ruben Sobrino, Raul Garcia, Alexis, Victor Laguardia, Christian Santos, Manu Barreiro, Theo Hernandez , Manu Garcia (Captain), Zouhair Feddal, Ibai Gomez, Deyverson, Kiko Femenia

Valencia First lineup:

Diego Alves, Munir El Haddadi, Nani, Daniel Parejo, Aderlan Santos, Joao Cancelo, Zakaria Bakkali, Fede Cartabia, Rodrigo, Mario Suarez, Guilherme Siqueira, Eliaquim Mangala, Alvaro Medran, Ezequiel Garay, Santi Mina, Rafa Mir

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