Valencia CF will play against the Swiss team BSC Young Boys in Mestalla at 19:00 on matchday 4 of the Champions League. Valencia CF will need to win to have options of going to the next round.
- Valencia CF will try to get the first win in Group H and in Mestalla.
- This will be the fourth time that they play in Mestalla.
"We expect tough duels in defense and attack. We want to be as direct as possible, which requires solidarity, offensively and defensively”.
"It will be a different game to the one in Bern, so we need a different game plan, so we’re confident”.
Marcelino: “We’ve got to win, without any doubt. We have another LaLiga match in three days, but we’ve got to focus on the Champions League. Carrying on in the Champions League, or securing third place at worst, means prestige, money, prestige for the city, and the joy of playing in the Champions League.”
Gonçalo Guedes: “ I’m expecting a different game because we’re going to play in front of our fans”.
BSC Young Boys: Marco Wölfli, David von Ballmoos, Dario Marzino, Joschua Neuenschwander, Yoël Tschan, Mohamed Ali Camara, Steve von Bergen, Ulisses Garcia, Loris Benito, Jan Kronig, Kevin Mbabu, Kreshnik Hajrizi, Leonardo Bertone, Miralem Sulejmani, Djibril Sow, Nicolas Moumi Ngamaleu, Christian Fassnacht, Thorsten Schick, Michel Aebischer, Pedro, Sandro Lauper, Sékou Sanogo Léo Seydoux, Roger Assa, Jean-Pierre Nsamelé, Felix Mambimbi, Yann Kasa, and Guillaume Hoarau.
Valencia CF: Neto Murara, Jaume Doménech, Rubén Vezo, Gabriel Paulista, Jeison Murillo, Mouctar Diakhaby,Garay Jose Gayà, Antonio Lato, Geoffrey Kondogbia, Francis Coquelin, Daniel Wass, Carlos Soler, Ferran Torres, Rodrigo, Kevin Gameiro, Michy Batshuayi and Santi Mina.
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