|Osasuna(4-4-2): Ricardo; Lolo, Damia, Monreal, Nelson; Nekounam, Punal, Kike Sola, Soriano; Pandiani, Aranda
In Osasuna's fight for survival, Vadocz, Miguel Flano and Masoud are out with injuries. Oier, Rupert and Leka have been left out by the coach due to technical reasons. On the good side, Aranda and Pandiani have been declared as fit and should figure in the game.
Valencia will be smarting from their 3-6 loss to Real Madrid last weekend and would look to put it behind them.
|Valencia (4-4-2): Guaita; Miguel, Stankevicius, R. Costa, Mathieu; Topal, Pablo, Banega, Mata; Aduriz, Soldado
Unai Emery has no major injury headaches and all of his squad is available.
- Osasuna had lost only to Barcelona at their home all season, before losing twice in the last two fixtures.
- Los Rojillos are on a run of four straight defeats which is has left them one point adrift of safety zone.
- Nekounam and Kike Sola have been forming a formidable partnership, with the duo contributing five league goals at home between the two of them
- Valencia are on a scoring spree having scored 10 goals in their last five games
- Los Che have lost only four times out of their last 23 meetings with Osasuna.
- Unai Emery's side comes alive in the last 10 minutes of the game having scored 22% of their total goals during this time period.
- The 39th minute mark should be the one to look out for. This the mark when both of the teams either tend to score or concede.