La Romareda will play host to Unai Emery's side as they look to get back on track after three games without victory
Juarez, Mateos, Silva, Paredes
Barrera, Garcia, Lafita
Miguel, Ruiz, Costa, Mathieu
Hernandez, Banega, Albelda, Piatti
For home boss Javier Aguirre, fellow countrymen Efrain Juarez and Pablo Barrera will likely start. Helder Postiga will be the lone striker up top and Leonardo Ponzio will command the middle of the pitch.
The biggest injury news for the visitors comes in the form of Sergio Canales, who is likely to be out for the majority of the season after suffering a serious cruciate ligament injury in the 1-1 draw with Athletic Bilbao on Sunday evening.
With Adil Rami serving his second game of suspension, Ricardo Costa will likely replace the France international once more in the centre of defence. Jonas looks set to join Roberto Soldado up top as Valencia hope to find their scoring touch.
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- Zaragoza are in 14th place in the Primera Division table, having collected two wins from their eight matches so far this season.
- The Aragon club come into the contest on the back of a 3-0 loss to Osasuna.
- Coach Javier Aguirre has taken charge of the Mexico national team on two occasions, while also commanding the hotseat at Osasuna and Atletico Madrid.
- Valencia have only one victory in their last seven games, in all competitions, a 1-0 defeat of Granada.
- Unai Emery's side needed a late goal from Soldado to tie 1-1 with Athletic Bilbao on Sunday, and sit in fifth place in the league.
- The visitors did not beat Zaragoza last season, tying once and losing the other meeting 4-0.