Real Madrid would be looking to banish the ghost of their last league game when they take to the field for this match. Los Blancos enjoyed some success in midweek as they triumphed 2-0 over AS Roma, that was their 5th win in 6 games under Santiago Solari.
The last time they were in action in the league, they were beaten 3-0 by unfancied Eibar, so they come into this match looking to avoid another upsetting defeat while Valencia would be looking to inflict exactly that on them.
Los Che were beaten 1-0 by Juventus in the Champions League on Tuesday, that result effectively ended their Champions League run and they would now focus more on finishing in a European place in the league.
Prior to their match against Juve, Marcelinho’s men were on a run of 3 straight wins. They have however, found it hard to score goals away from home. They have just 7 goals from 10 away games so far and that wouldn’t give a shaky Real Madrid defence any cause for concern.