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Obviously, The Copa del Rey Final takes place this Saturday in Seville with Barcelona aiming to clinch back-to-back domestic doubles under Ernesto Valverde.
And Even that may not be enough to satisfy many Barca fans but victory here would at least ensure the Catalans end the season on a high
Having been ten points adrift of the Champions League places at one stage, it was certainly an impressive achievement.
Valencia have also made the last four of the Europa League this season and they will need to summon the energy for one final game after a very busy few months.
Barcelona have utterly dominated this competition in recent years. They are targeting a 5th straight Copa del Rey triumph this weekend in Seville.
They’ve already won the other two main domestic competitions in Spain this season so despite their frailties in Europe
it will have to go down as another successful campaign if they win more silverware here.
One of the toughest matches anybody has given Barcelona this season was the most recent meeting between these clubs.
Valencia utilised their usual counter-attacking style brilliantly and left Camp Nou with a 2-2 draw in a game they probably should have won.
That was their 3rd game in a 17 match unbeaten streak in all competitions which really catapulted them into contention on three fronts.
Despite a slow start, they only lost 7 times this season in La Liga, 5 fewer than Real Madrid.
Only 3 of those defeats were by more than a single goal, so there’s strong reason to doubt Barcelona’s ability to run away with this game in the manner they did in last season’s Copa del Rey Final.
Barcelona’s selection problems are another major concern for the favourites.
Luis Suarez and Ousmane Dembele are both injured which leaves them once again hugely dependent on Leo Messi for attacking inspiration.
but it wasn’t a great performance and they again had Messi to thank for the 2-2 draw they got, with the Argentine netting both Barca goals.
Of course who ended the season strongly with 3 straight wins and 11 goals, will fancy their chances.
If you fancy a goalscorer bet, consider backing Rodrigo Moreno to Score Anytime. He has epitomised Valencia’s season by starting slowly
but hitting form in the second half of the campaign and he will take confidence into this having netted 3 times in his last 3 league games.
He has also played a key role in this competition, with his dramatic hat-trick in the Quarter-Final rescuing Valencia from what looked like a certain exit against Getafe
The other side, Valencia have other ideas though and Marcelino’s side look capable of being very competitive here.