Osasuna vs Valencia Live Stream Free
#OSAVAL – La Liga Spain
Sun, 12-Sep-21 // 15:15
Osasuna vs Valencia Live Stream Free #OSAVAL – Kike Barja is out here with an injury to his right foot, which is set to keep him out until the middle of September.
Ante Budimir is a doubt with an adductor injury, though Kike Garcia has become the starting striker over recent weeks. Little change is expected here for Osasuna, who come into this one on the back of a win.
Cristian Rivero is out with a hand injury, while Jose Luis Gaya could well miss out at left-back having picked up an injury on Spain duty.
He was sent home after his injury in La Roja’s second game of the international period, a win over Georgia in which he scored.
Cristiano Piccini and Alex Blanco are also doubts, while Helder Costa is in contention following his loan move from Leeds United.
Osasuna vs Valencia Live Stream Free #OSAVAL – Osasuna secured their first win of the La Liga season last time out after a dramatic finish which saw them turn a 2-1 deficit into a 3-2 win with two stoppage time goals against Cadiz.
The Pamplona-based side actually remain unbeaten having drawn their first two games, and they hadn’t conceded a single goal until that trip to Cadiz.
Osasuna welcome a Valencia side who are also unbeaten to El Sadar this weekend, Pepe Bordalas’ men picking up seven points from their first three games, and no team has managed more than that total.
Los Che stumbled their way through their first two games, picking up four points with a win over Getafe and a draw with Granada, but they looked far better last time out when they defeated Alaves 3-0.
It still feels as though Valencia will need to prove themselves against tougher opposition before the real excitement can start, but they look as though they have embraced Bordalas’ rough and ready tactics, and it is paying off.
Keeping Daniel Wass is a big boost for Los Che, and they also added another striker in the experienced Marcos Andre, who signed from Valladolid. That was Valencia’s first paid signing in around two years, and they added to that with the signing of Granada defender Dimitri Folquier, as well as the loan capture of experienced winger Helder Costa.
There is quiet cause for excitement surrounding Valencia, especially given how well Bordalas did with a less talented Getafe side, and if Carlos Soler can continue his record of five goals six games across club and country, Los Che will be on their way. An away win is most likely here, but Osasuna will be no pushovers given their strength lies at the back. Osasuna vs Valencia Live Stream Free #OSAVAL.