La Liga action is back once again with a number of key fixtures lined up over the weekend. We will see Valencia take on Villarreal at the Mestalla in what can prove to be a huge match for both the sides.
Valencia have blown hot and cold all season and have never found any rhythm all year and heading into this match, they are at number 14 in the La Liga. On the other hand, Villarreal are striving to finish in the top four under manager Unai Emery and will now want to string together a number of victories to ensure a top four finish.
Valencia will be without Cristiano Piccini and Denis Cheryshev as they are both carrying injuries at which will see them being ruled out of the match. Also, defender Mouctar Diakhaby was shown the red card against Getafe last week which will see his being suspended for this match.
Villarreal, on the other hand, have a long list of injuries to contend with.They will be without the services of Alberto Moreno, Vicente Iborra, and Francis Coquelin in this match.
The La Liga 2020-21 Valencia vs Villarreal game will commence at 01:30 AM IST.
VAL vs VILL La Liga 2020-21, Valencia vs Villarreal: Live Streaming
Valencia vs Villarreal match will not be shown on any TV Channel in India. Viewers can live stream on La Liga Facebook page.
VAL vs VILL La Liga 2020-21, Valencia vs Villarreal: Match Details
Saturday, March 06– 01:30 AM Indian Standard Time (IST) at the Mastella.
La Liga 2020-21, VAL vs VILL Dream11 team for Valencia vs Villarreal
Captain: Gerard Moreno
Vice-captain: Moi Gomez
Goalkeeper: Sergio Asenjo
Defenders: Hugo Guillamon, Gabriel Paulista, Gabriel Paulista, Thierry Correia
Midfielders: Carlos Soler, Daniel Wass, Raul Albiol, Pau Torres
Strikers: Gerard Moreno, Moi Gomez
VAL vs VILL La Liga 2020-21 Valencia possible starting line-up vs Villarreal: Jaume Domenech; Jose Gaya, Hugo Guillamon, Gabriel Paulista, Thierry Correia; Daniel Wass, Uros Racic, Carlos Soler, Goncalo Guedes; Kevin Gameiro, Moi Gomez
VAL vs VILL, La Liga 2020-21 Villarreal possible starting line-up vs Valencia: Sergio Asenjo; Alfonso Pedraza, Raul Albiol, Pau Torres, Ruben Pena; Manu Trigueros, Etienne Capoue, Daniel Parejo; Moi Gomez, Paco Alcacer, Gerard Moreno