Real Betis vs Valencia

Valencia appear to have recovered their form just in time for a very tricky trip to face Real Betis.

Mauricio Pellegrino' side came from behind to beat Athletic Bilbao 3-2 last weekend then thumped form side BATE Borisov in the Champions League on Tuesday.

“We must now continue in this manner and hope this result serves to stengthen us,” the Argentine Coach commented in Belarus.

“Having confidence does not ensure victory however.”

Los Che are now 9th in La Liga, two points behind Betis in 6th, a position midfielder Nono thinks Los Verdiblancos fully merit.

“If we are near the top then that is where we deserve to be. We have the team to stay up there and it would be a dream to finish in the European places.”

Kick off: Saturday October 27, 5.00 (BST)