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Despite some very serious financial problems, Valencia have been consistent performers in La Liga though incoming president, Amadeo Solva’s first piece of business was to conduct the sale of Robert Soldado to Tottenham Hotspur as they brought in the evergreen Helder Postiga as a replacement. A Lionel Messi hat-trick may have sunk them against Barcelona, and a shock defeat by Swansea in the Europa League was to follow, but Miroslav Duzic’s team have silenced their critics with three straight victories and a draw from their last four La Liga matches, and they were comfortable 2-0 victors over Kruben Krasnodar in Russia.
Real Sociedad finished one place ahead of their rivals last season though the Champions League qualification may be something of a poisoned chalice as they made a disappointing start to the 2013/14 campaign and they fell to a surprise 1-0 defeat at Rayo Vallecano. A visit to Old Trafford on Wednesday is likely to be lurking in the back of the player’s minds but they cannot afford to allow their thoughts to wander recklessly as they didn’t win a single game in September and have realised just two points on their travels this term. Ex-Arsenal man, Carlos Vela has been a prolific scorer during his previous two seasons with the club and while he is on something of a league drought, he did score a penalty in the Champions League against Bayer Leverkusen.
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Goals have been common occurrences in this fixture and last year’s matches saw 13 goals scored with Sociedad’s nine being enough to secure the six points on offer. Valencia beat Sociedad 3-0 in the corresponding fixture in 2011 and as they went into the international break in the better form, the bookmakers are likely to make them strong favourites on Saturday evening.
Latest Bet365 Odds:
Real Sociedad 4/1