The Eredivisie side holds a narrow 2-1 advantage after last week's opening tie and aims to add to the misery of Unai Emery's men, who have won just once in their last seven games.
Barragan, Rami, Victor Ruiz, Mathieu
Albelda, T Costa
Feghouli, Jonas, Jordi Alba
Marcellis, Moisander, Viergever, Poulsen
Maher, Martens, Elm
Gudmundsson, Altidore, Holman
For Valencia, Adil Rami returns from suspension to boost a defense that has looked short of average for the past month. Miguel is also back in the squad after a six-week recovery from an injury and the Portuguese is even in with a chance to displace Antonio Barragan in the starting XI.
Ever Banega and Sergio Canales are both still sidelined for Unai Emery's team, while Hedwiges Maduro continues to recuperate from his ankle problem and could feature very soon.
For the visitor, striker Roy Beerens (ribs) is still looking to reach full fitness and is the only injury concern. He will travel to Spain, but whether he will play will be decided by coach Gertjan Verbeek on Wednesday.
Up top, American Jozy Altidore may get the nod, despite a poor performance in the first leg as he found the net at the weekend in a 2-2 draw with Vitesse.
||DID YOU KNOW?|
- Valencia last won a game at home on March 8, defeating PSV 4-2 in the Europa League round of 16.
- On Sunday, the team drew with Levante 1-1 in the local derby.
- The host has only been held scoreless at Mestalla once this season, falling 0-1 to Real Sociedad in mid-January.
- AZ enters the game having lost only twice in its last 11 games.
- The Dutch side has never won the competition.
- In seven Europa League away games this season, AZ has won just once.