2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
11-9-7, 7th in Spanish Primera División
Atalanta vs. Valencia an 'incredible accelerator' for virus spread (0:45)
7d
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16dReuters

Valencia: 35% of squad, staff tested positive

Valencia said more than a third of their playing and backroom staff tested positive for the coronavirus but all cases were currently asymptomatic.

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18dAdriana Garcia

Coronavirus: Garay first positive La Liga player

Valencia's Ezequiel Garay is the first La Liga player to test positive for the coronavirus, as the Spanish club confirmed five positive cases.

Is Atalanta's attacking mentality sustainable? (1:16)
22d
Closed door games in La Liga 'make perfect sense' (2:02)
23d
Sid Lowe blasts Juve owner's Atalanta comments (1:42)
27d
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30dESPN

Virus to keep fans from Valencia-Atalanta match

Valencia's home Champions League round-of-16 clash with Atalanta will be played behind closed doors, Spain's health minister has announced.

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33dReuters

Valencia see off Betis to end losing streak

Valencia restored some pride by beating Real Betis 2-1 at home in La Liga on Saturday to earn their first win in six matches in all competitions.

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54dReuters

Getafe avenge recent Valencia defeats with win

Getafe underlined their ambition to qualify for the Champions League by outplaying direct rivals Valencia and beating them 3-0 at home on Saturday.

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65dMoises Llorens and Sam Marsden

Sources: Barca deal for Rodrigo nears collapse

The negotiations between Barcelona and Valencia for striker Rodrigo are on the verge of collapse, sources close to the Catalan club have said.

Barcelona's possession too 'predictable' vs. Valencia (1:33)
67d
Nicol: Barcelona's defense didn't do their job (1:53)
67d
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68dSam Marsden

Valencia inflict Setien's first defeat at Barca

Quique Setien's honeymoon period as Barcelona coach is over after a Jordi Alba own goal and a strike from Maxi Gomez helped Valencia to a 2-0 win.

Barcelona face 'massive' contest against Valencia (1:51)
68d
Hislop 'as unconvinced as ever' about Barca (0:45)
69d
Real Madrid outclass Valencia en route to Supercopa final (1:48)
84d
Benzema's late equalizer sets up great 'El Clasico' (2:00)
108d

RankingsSpanish Primera División

Goal Difference-110th
Goals Scored38Tied-6th
Assists26Tied-7th
Goals Conceded39Tied-14th