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  • Competition: Spain Primera Liga
  • Venue: Mestalla
  • City: Valencia
  • Match date: 26/4/2017
  • Kick-off time: 19:30
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Match Preview & Form guide

Spanish league high-flyers Real Sociedad visit Mestalla on Wednesday evening to contend with Primera División mid-table side Valencia. Valencia's recent form means they should expect to defeat Real Sociedad and gain further ground in the table. Los Che have won three and drawn one of their last five matches and sit in 12th place in the Primera División, while Txuri-urdin have won two and lost two of their last five outings and lie in 7th position in the table.

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