Barcelona Valencia Odds : Guardiola looking for vital win with live streaming available

Barcelona will be hoping to keep the pressure on league leaders Real Madrid on Sunday when they take on 3rd placed Valencia in a fascinating La Liga encounter.

Pep Guardiola may well have accepted defeat in the title race after the disappointing defeat to Osasuna last time out in the league, but he will still harbour ambitions of challenging Madrid.

The ten point gap may well be too much to make up between now and the end of the season, but will Barcelona want to give their title away without a fight? Highly unlikely. They will now aim to win every single La Liga game.

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With this in mind, they would have been delighted with the Champions League win at Bayer Leverkusen last time out. It was a superb result and sets Guardiola’s men up nicely for one of their famous unbeaten runs between now and the end of the campaign.

The fact that they are at home will be comforting too, for it is on the road that they have slipped up this season. At the Nou Camp, Barca have won ten of their eleven La Lia games – drawing the other – scoring 45 goals and conceding just three.

This means that Valencia, regardless of Barcelona’s slightly more inconsistent form, have their work cut out this weekend.

Unai Emery’s men will be positive though and look at the fact that they could go to within five points of Barcelona with victory. Looking at the bigger picture though, they will simply want a result to consolidate their position in the top three.

If Valencia finish 3rd in the table, it means automatic Champions League qualification and this will be their main aim for the remainder of the campaign. As well as success in the Europa League of course.

Looking at their most recent form, Valencia have only won one of their last six league games, although this did come in their most recent encounter. A 4-0 victory over Sporting Gijon last weekend will, they hope, be the start of their return to form.

It was under two weeks ago that they lost at Barcelona in Copa del Rey though, so they will be underdogs for this one. Regardless, it should be a cracking match on Sunday evening between two of Spain’s leading teams.

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