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Valencia will look to score a second straight win on Saturday to start the La Liga season when they make the trip Granada.
The hosts picked up a point on Matchday 1 with a goalless draw against Villarreal, and the guests started with a 1-0 win over Getafe.
Prediction for this match
After finishing seventh in the 2019-20 season, Granada spent most of last season battling for similar places.
Headed by Diego Martinez, the Nazaries finished seventh in February, but their form should weaken on the last stretch.
After four defeats in a row and a draw on the last day of the game, they finally fell back to ninth place, missing out on European football.
Now under the responsibility of Robert Moreno After Martinez left at the end of last season, they want to get back on their feet this year and fight their way back to continental qualification.
Despite dominating most of the time, Granada took a point in a goalless draw Gerard Moreno denied by a goal-line clearance, as the guests conceded a commendable goal.
In their first league home game of the season they want to build on this positive start with an impressive home win.
You will face a side from Valencia who took a win last week and will look for a stronger season last time after a worrying season.
After selling off several key players in the wake of ongoing financial troubles, Valencia had a difficult season last season and eventually finished 13th after a weak downfall. Javi Gracia in the beginning of the year.
After the appointment of Jose Bordalas in May they hope for a new start and a more consistent campaign and got off to a positive start last Friday.
Los Murcielagos fought an uphill battle from the start since Hugo Guillamón was sent off after just three minutes but took an early lead Carlos Soler nevertheless and stood strong to score a 1-0 victory.
The Bordalas side are now facing a tough test on their journey, hoping to score two of two wins to establish themselves in the top half this season.
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Central defender of Granada Neyder Lozano falls out with a broken tibia, which means he will be on hold for an extended period of time.
Yan Eteki is also a doubt that we missed the season opener, and Monchu, Maxim Gonalons and Luis Milla should go back to midfield in his absence.
The line is led by the Colombian striker Luis Suarezwho earned a move after scoring 19 league goals for Real Zaragoza in the Spanish second division in the 2019-20 season.
Valencia will have to do without midfielder Hugo Guillamon, who is serving a suspension following his red card against Getafe.
Your line is from the menacing duo of. cited Goncalo Guedes and Maxi Gomez, supported by the offensive threat from wingers Carlos Soler and Denis Cheryshev.
Twenty years old Giorgi Mamardashvili stood out with an impressive performance between the sticks last week when he unexpectedly joined the team due to the injuries Jasper Cillesen and Jaume Domenech, which performs multiple key stores to sand a clean sheet.
Granada possible starting line-up:
Escandell; Foulquier, Duarte, Sanchez, Neva; Gonalons, Monchu, Milla; Puertas, Suarez, Machis
Valencia possible starting line-up:
Mamardashvili; Correia, Gabriel, Alderete, Gaya; Cheryshev, Racic, Wass, Soler; Gomez, Guedes
Probability: Granada 1-1 Valencia
Both teams were particularly convincing on the first matchday and will go into Saturday’s game with calm self-confidence.
We can’t quite split them up and predict a goalless draw between two teams that have shown themselves to be very solid and disciplined at the back.
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