Manchester United must recover from the downturn in the past week, when they face the Spanish La Liga giants, Valencia on the 2nd matchday of the European Champions League Group phase. The match will take place on next Wednesday morning, October 3, 2018 at Old Trafford Stadium.
As we said, Manchester United had to fix their appearance that looked so bad in the past week. From the last three games, the Red Devils who is directed by Jose Mourinho, swallowed two successive defeats, even they were humiliated by the second caste team, Derby County, in a midweek League Cup match yesterday. Afterwards, Manchester United were also beaten by West Ham in the Premier League.
Nevertheless, Manchester United is still favored to win in the match, because in fact they will play at home. In addition, Valencia is also a not so strong opponent, where this has been proven by Juventus, when they won 2-0 at the Mestalla with only 10 players. Los Che also only recorded one victory from its last five matches in all competitions.
Head to head Matches – Manchester United vs Valencia
13.08.14 Manchester United 2-1 Valencia
08.12.10 Manchester United 1-1 Valencia
30.09.10 Valencia 0-1 Manchester United
06.08.09 Manchester United 2-0 Valencia
20.02.01 Manchester United 1-1 Valencia
Manchester United’s Last 5 Matches:
26.09.18 Manchester United 2-3 Derby
22.09.18 Manchester United 1-1 Wolves
20.09.18 Young Boys 0-3 Manchester United
15.09.18 Watford 1-2 Manchester United
02.09.18 Burnley 0-2 Manchester United
Valencia’s Last 5 Matches
27.09.18 Valencia 1-1 Celta Vigo
23.09.18 Villarreal 0-0 Valencia
20.09.18 Valencia 0-2 Juventus
15.09.18 Valencia 0-0 Betis
06.09.18 Alcoyano 0-3 Valencia
Manchester United: David De Gea, Antonio Valencia, Victor Lindelöf, Chris Smalling, Ashley Young, Fred, Nemanja Matic, Jesse Lingard, Paul Pogba, Juan Mata, Romelu Lukaku
Valencia: Neto, Jose Gaya, Jeison Murillo, Gabriel, Ruben Vezo, Daniel Parejo, Geoffrey Kondogbia, Francis Coquelin, Ferran Torres, Simone Zaza, Luciano Vietto