Lionel Messi’s Barcelona will visit Valencia on Sunday at 16 (ARG / URU) / 15 (CHI) / 14 (COL / ECU / PER / MEX) at the Mestalla Stadium by date 34 of La Liga and you will be able to see it on the ESPN 2 Y ESPN Play. In the premises the Uruguayan attacker would start Maxi Gomez.
Those led by Ronald Koeman They come to this match after suffering an unexpected 2-1 loss at home to Granada, which did not allow them to rise to the top of the positions, two points behind the current leader, Atletico Madrid.
In the defeat at the Camp Nou, the scorer of the partial winning goal was La Pulga, with a nice assist from Griezmann.
Valencia, for its part, reached this match after equaling 1 to 1 with Alavés, in a match that until the 84th minute marched without goals and that the Che team managed to tie in the 90th minute. It marches in the fourteenth position with 36 units, just six units above the relegation zone.
The last meeting between both teams took place in December 2020 on the 14th date of this season and it was a 2-2 home match at Culé with goals from Messi and Araujo for the Blaugranas and from Diakhaby and Maxi Gómez at Los Chés.
Valencia: Cillessen; Wass, Paulista, Diakhaby, Gayá; Yunus, Soler, Racic, Guedes; Maxi Gómez and Gameiro
Barcelona: Ter Stegen; Sergi Roberto, Mingueza, Piqué, Lenglet, Jordi Alba; Pedri, Busquets, De Jong; Messi and Griezmann.
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