Valencia take on the visitors Young Boys at the Estadio de Mestalla in the Round 4 fixture of the UEFA Champions League Group H. The match will be played in the eponymous city Valencia on Wednesday, November 7th.
Valencia have been struggling constantly this season and have been unable to please their fans neither in the UEFA Champions League, nor in their local Primera Division. They are on the third place in the Group H with two points to their credit after starting three rounds. In their local Primera Division Los Che are on the fifteenth place placing only two points above the relegation zone after starting eleven tours. In their last match the team of Marcelino lost to Girona with a 0-2 score. It`s worth noting that three of the key players for Els Taronges are questioned to participate in the upcoming Round 4 game, they are Daniel Parejo, Cristiano Piccini and Denis Cheryshev. In their last three matches Valencia lost to Girona with a 0-1 score, beat Ebro with a 2-1 score in their first leg fixture of the Copa del Rey 1/16-finals and drew against Athletic Bilbao with a 0-0 score.
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Young Boys from Switzerland are on the last place in the UEFA Champions League Group H at the moment. They have only one point to their credit from their recent draw against Valencia exactly. It`s worth noting that the team of Gerardo Seoane has been looking incredible in their local Swiss Super League lately. They are on the first place there with 34 points to their credit after starting thirteen tours. Interestingly, the team from the second place is eleven points behind Young Boys in the table right now. Furthermore, the Swiss have been super productive in their local league recently and have already scored 43 goals in eleven games they have had there so far. In their last three matches overall Young Boys beat Grasshoppers with a 3-0 score, Stade Nyonnais with a 1-0 score in their 1/8-finals fixture of the Swiss Cup and Sion with a 3-2 score.
It is likely that Young Boys will manage to score at least one goal in their upcoming Round 4 fixture against Valencia. The Swiss are really a tough team who often score a lot in their games. In order to improve their table position in the Group H the team of Gerardo Seoane needs to win on Wednesday. On the other hand, the Spanish side also needs to get the three points desperately. Thereby both teams are likely to show an open playing style. The team of Marcelino has been far from its peak shape recently so Young Boys should upset the keeper of Los Che at least once on Wednesday.
Prediction for the match: Young Boys to score over 0.5 goals.