After dominating Levante midweek in the Copa del Rey, Unai Emery's men look to continue their fine form on the road against the Pamplona side
Damia, Sergio, Flano, Satrustegui
Anunciatta, Nekounam, Timor
Nino, Lekic, Lamah
Barragan, Rami, Ruiz, Jordi Alba
Feghouli, Jonas, Pablo Hernandez
For the home side, Ibrahima Balde, Kike Sola and Ruben look set to miss out against the visitors after each picked up an injury this month.
For Los Che, Roberto Soldado returns from suspension and will likely feature, but the injuries continue to mount.
With Sergio Canales and Hedwiges Maduro still out after being injured earlier in the season, Pablo Piatti will likely miss the clash after picking up a knock against Levante in midweek.
In defence, Miguel is set to sit out, while Pablo Hernandez is ready to win his fitness battle after picking up a bit of a strain in the Copa del Rey win on Thursday.
|DID YOU KNOW?|
- Osasuna currently sit in sixth place in the league with 26 points and are four points behind Levante in the race for a Champions League spot.
- Despite having a solid league season, the club haven't seen victory in their last five games, three of which were in the Copa del Rey.
- The hosts have lost only one league game at home this season and are the highest team in the table with a negative goal differential, at minus nine.
- Valencia are in third place in La Liga with 34 points.
- Los Che have not won in their last five games on the road in all competitions.
- Unai Emery's team could not defeat Sunday's opponents last season, tying 3-3 and losing the other encounter.