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Barcelona VS Valencia LaLiga Live Football Score 2 May 2021

Barcelona VS Valencia LaLiga Live Football Score 2 May 2021

 

Barcelona will be looking to bounce back from Thursday’s damaging defeat to Granada when they continue their La Liga campaign away to Valencia on Sunday evening. Ronald Koeman’s side missed the chance to move to the top of the table last time out and remain in third position heading into the next set of fixtures, while an inconsistent Valencia occupy 14th spot.

Valencia made it five league games without a win when they drew 1-1 at home to Alaves last weekend, and there is no question that it has been a desperately disappointing 2020-21 campaign for the club. Indeed, a record of eight wins, 12 draws and 13 defeats from 33 matches has left them down in 14th position in the table, some 34 points off the Champions League positions.

Los Che are also now five points behind 10th-placed Celta Vigo, and they are facing the possibility of finishing in their lowest spot at this level of football since the 1985-86 campaign, which saw them claim 16th. Valencia are some way off being a Champions League side once again, and their slide down the table could worsen as two of their next three in the league are against Barcelona and Sevilla.

Home form has certainly been a positive for Javi Gracia’s side this term, though, as they have lost just three of their 16 league fixtures at Mestalla, posting six victories in the process.

Valencia is going head to head with Barcelona starting on 2 May 2021 at 19:00 UTC at Mestalla stadium, Valencia city, Spain. The match is a part of the LaLiga. Valencia played against Barcelona in 2 matches this season. Currently, Valencia rank 14th, while Barcelona hold 3rd position. Looking to compare the best-rated player on both teams? rating system assigns each player a specific rating based on numerous data factors.

Barcelona will be looking to bounce back from Thursday’s damaging defeat to Granada when they continue their La Liga campaign away to Valencia on Sunday evening. Ronald Koeman’s side missed the chance to move to the top of the table last time out and remain in third position heading into the next set of fixtures, while an inconsistent Valencia occupy 14th spot. Valencia are some way off being a Champions League side once again, and their slide down the table could worsen as two of their next three in the league are against Barcelona and Sevilla.

Valencia will be aiming to end their five-game winless run in La Liga when they welcome Barcelona to the Mestalla Stadium on Sunday. Fresh off Thursday’s shock 2-1 defeat to Granada, Barcelona will aim to quickly return to winning ways and keep their title hopes alive. Valencia failed in their bid to end their winless run in the Spanish top-flight as they were held to a 1-1 draw by struggling Alaves. Javi Gracia’s men have now failed to taste victory in their last five games, dating back to a 2-1 win over Granada on 21 March.

 

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