Kick off: 8 February 22:30
Valencia have lost each of their last five matches in normal time. To be fair, they have faced some very good teams in the matches that they have lost, with two matches against Madrid’s finest and two against Barcelona. But they have come undone in this period, and they now have this match in front of them to redeem themselves. Being a goal down is a major issue and without an away goal, they will struggle to turn this round. Marcelino will be without wingers Goncalo Guedes and Andreas Pereira and center back Jeison Murillo due to injuries. Barcelona’s cup run, meanwhile, had included the same number of matches and rounds. Barca took on Real Murcia in their first round and they easily overcame them 8-0 on aggregate thanks to a 0-3 away win and a 5-0 home win. Next came a bit of difficulty as they drew 1-1 at Celta Vigo before demolishing them 5-0 in the second leg at home.
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