Unai Emery’s men are shifting focus from their terrible Premier League form this week in the Europa League. The Gunners have lost three consecutive league games and find themselves in fifth place in the table.As the top-four race in England gets extremely tight as the season nears its end, Europa League could be the only realistic chance for Arsenal to play international football next season. The Londoners did well to beat Napoli in the previous round of the competition 3:0 on aggregate. They will be required to replicate the high-level performance in order to beat the tricky Spaniards. The two sides met five times since the turn of the millennium and the head-to-head record does not speak in favour of the hosts. The Gunners lost three of the last four encounters with Valencia, winning only once in five attempts.
The visiting side makes the trip to London on the back of a two-match losing run in the league. Los Che are also caught up in their own cluttered race for the Champions League places in La Liga. They are now focusing on getting the best possible result from their journey to England. Marcelino Garcia Toral’s men have been unfortunate in their last two matches. They will be looking to bounce back at the best possible time. They secured their place in the Europa League semi-finals by thrashing Villarreal 5-1 on aggregate in the previous round. The Bats also ran over Krasnodar and Celtic after being eliminated from the Champions League. Their form away from home has been pretty impressive this season. Valencia have lost only two of their last seven European games on the road which is enough to provide some favourable betting odds for the Spaniards to extend their run.
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