Valencia will host Malaga on Sunday hoping to bag three points and finally escape the Primera danger zone.
Valencia come into their Primera Matchday 14 on the back of an away Copa del Rey win over Leganes, hoping to bag the home points and escape the danger zone. While they haven’t been in the best of form, the home side should be able to lock the points at home against an unpredictable side such as Malaga.
Malaga currently stand somewhat better hovering in the mid-table with 19 points, just three behind the top 6. However, they have been very inconsistent away from home and we feel they will not have enough to turn this on their way.
It would be unfair to just mention that Valencia have four losses in their six home matches this season. The Bats have had dramatic experience so far, conceding goals in the final minutes of all four matches which indeed is something to worry for Cesare Prandelli.
They have netted nine goals in six matches there but it was enough for just four points so far. Prandelli’s team conceded at least a goal in each and every game this season and failed to net one just once (0-2 loss to Atletico Madrid).
While the attacking lines haven’t been at their best so far, El Haddadi Munir has stood out for Valencia recently with two goals in his last two appearances. He has thus attracted a lot of attention. Sandro Ramirez is also worth keeping an eye on in this game as he’s been in great form recently and bagged four goals in his last five matches played and he could play a past