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Valencia 2020 Fixtures

We have tickets to see all of Valencia’s big games in La Liga including those against Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid.

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Valencia 2020 Fixtures
5 apr: Valencia- Osasuna – Buy Valencia Tickets
12 apr: Eibar- Valencia – Buy Valencia Tickets
22 apr: Villarreal- Valencia – Buy Valencia Tickets
26 apr: Valencia- Athletic BilbaoBuy Valencia Tickets

3 may: Granada- Valencia – Buy Valencia Tickets
10 may: Valencia- Valladolid – Buy Valencia Tickets
13 may: Leganes- Valencia – Buy Valencia Tickets
17 may: Valencia- Espanyol – Buy Valencia Tickets
24 may: Sevilla- Valencia – Buy Valencia Tickets

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La Liga Preview- The Title Contenders

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La Liga has made a lot of headlines this summer, and many for the wrong reason. The main talking points have been Atletico Madrid and Barcelona’s legal dispute over Antoine Griezmann’s transfer, Eden Hazard’s eventual move to Real Madrid, Nabil Fekir’s shock decision to join Real Betis and Valencia managing to keep hold of their boss Marcelino Garcia Toral after a turbulent summer.

Despite the transfer window remaining open, the focus now switches back to the football and it promises to be one of the most intriguing seasons in recent years.

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Valencia Celebrate Copa del Rey Win With Bus Parade

The Valencia squad took to the streets on a bus parade on Sunday to celebrate their win over Barcelona in the Copa del Rey final.

Less than 24 hours after beating Barca 2-1 in Seville, Marcelino Garcia Toral’s victorious team showed off their trophy in front of fans in Valencia.

Thousands of supporters lined the streets to catch a glimpse of their heroes, before the bus arrived at the Mestalla, where a stage had been erected on the pitch.

Manager Marcelino was in tears on the stage while delivering a speech and his players jumped up and down as confetti rained from above.

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Barcelona Run Riots Against Vallecano as Malaga Stunned Valencia

Barcelona gets themselves back on winning ways with a massive 7-0 victory over Rayo Vallecano in the weekend and temporarily held Real Madrid’s title celebration at least for the next few matches. Lionel Messi and Pedro bagged a brace for the Catalan while the other goals were scored by Thiago, Seydou Keita along with an own goal from Rober.

The victory was obviously a sweet result for the Blaurgrana after such a frustrating time they had recently, from getting beaten by Madrid, crashed out in the Champions League and Pep Guardiola’s departure for next season.

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Another Injury Misery for Canales as His Out for Six Months

Just when things are starting to look well for Valencia’s young playmaker, Sergio Canales, another bad luck haunts him as the youngster is set to rest from the playing field for a long time again after picking up an injury against Atletico Madrid on Thursday.

Canales who was stretchered out early in the second half on that Europa League apparently had a new ligament injury on his right knee and according to the club’s doctor, Jordi Candel.

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Valencia Turned Focus on La Liga After Europa League Failure

Valencia’s tactician, Unay Emerey was obviously disappointed with his team’s elimination from the Europa League by Atletico Madrid, but the Spaniard manly admitted that Diego Simeone’s squad were the better team in their two meetings.

Emery admitted that not being able to reach the final left a bitter taste for El Che but he urged his players to forget about Europa League and continue their focus in maintaining the third place spot at La Liga.

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Atletico Stunned Valencia Again to Grab a Place In Europa League Final

Despite being in a lower league position than their opponent, Atletico Madrid, managed to show their superiority against Valencia in the Semifinal of Europa League as Diego Simeone’s side eliminated Unay Emery’s boys with two victories.

Having already taking a 4-2 lead in the first leg, Atletico picked up another victory at Mestalla thanks to a lovely striker from their young striker, Adrian Lopez, which simply ended the home team’s effort.

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Comeback Canales Believes In Europa League Success

Valencia’s young attacking midfielder, Sergio Canales, share out his believes over his side’s chance to advance into Europa league final despite having a 4-2 deficit against Atletico Madrid in the first leg.

Canales, who has just returned into action after a long spell on injury, stated that El Che possessed the talent along with quality to overcome the two goals deficit especially if the supporters at Mestalla gives their strong support.

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Madrid's Gap With Barcelona Got Reduced Again As Los Blancos Held by Valencia

Real Madrid are getting more cautious with their title battle as they’re gap with Barcelona got reduced again this weekend after Jose Mourinho’s team only managed to pick up a 0-0 draw against Valencia at Santiago Bernebau.

Both teams had their share of goal scoring chances but the home team might be felt more harm done by the result as they do edged it a bit in terms of creating opportunities as the visitor were counting more from their counter attacks.

Europa League

Schalke Stunned At Home

German club Schalke 04 last night suffered an embarassing 4-2 home defeat to Athletic Bilbao in the first leg of their Europa League quarterfinals. The Basque side were heading for a draw after Raul’s two goal haul drew the match level on 2 a piece but late strikes from Oscar De Marcos and Muniain put the tie beyond Schalke.

This is another impressive performance from Bilbao who had knocked out heavyweights Manchester United in the round of 16 ties. It definitely will be a mountain to climb for Schalke when they meet in a week’s time at the San Mames Stadium.