Watch live streaming football on bet365 as Spanish La Liga sides Valencia CF and Deportiva La Coruña go head to head at 19:30 BST on Sunday 30th August.
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Valencia have had less time to prepare for this match that visitng Deportivo having last 2-1 to Monaco in the Champions League on Tuesday night, though that result did send them through to the Group Stage with a 4-3 aggregate win, so there may be a feel good factor among the squad. Los Ches couldn’t find a breakthrough away to Rayo Vallecano in their opening La Liga match, but the Mestalla faithful will be in good voice for the first home game of the season and manager Nuno Espírito Santo will be expecting nothing less than 3 points from his players here.
Deportivo were also involved in a bore-draw at home to Real Sociedad last weekend and will be aiming to keep up their impressive record of keeping clean sheets in pre-season where they recorded 7 shut-outs prior to preventing Sociedad from scoring. Depor are long-odds outsiders for the game and will probably head to Valencia looking to frustrate their hosts and possibly nick a goal on the break. Víctor Sánchez managed to stave off relegation last season and will be hoping to guide his Deportivo side to mid-table safety this time around, so anything other than defeat in this match would surely be seen as a positve result.
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Valencia are undefeated in their last 12 home matches, while Deportivo have failed to win 16 of their last 17 in La Liga. The corresponding fixture last season ended 2-0 to Valencia with second half goals from Daniel Parejo and Paco Alcacer enough to see of Deportivo.