Robert Moreno makes his debut in Los Cármenes against Valencia

Los Cámenes will have fans again in an official match 533 days later. The last duel of the rojiblanco team before their public was the Copa del Rey semifinal against Athletic on March 5, 2019. A lot has happened since then. Qualification for Europe, continental debut, goodbye from Martínez. And today a new era begins in the rojiblanco coliseum, the era of Robert Moreno.

The new Valencia de Bordalás will be a level rival for a highly anticipated premiere (follow the game live on As.com). Moreno debuted in Primera last weekend with a point at Villarreal and now he wants to make that tie good by beating a rival for a European place, although both say they go game by game. The Catalan coach will hardly make any changes with respect to the Castellón team, with all his players available. Bacca and Abram could be the news in the eleven to the detriment of Puertas and Germán, on a day that is expected to be a party in the city of the Alhambra.

Nor are many changes expected in Valencia after adding the three points against Getafe. Only the obligatory Guillamón’s absence will change the core, which will be for Racic and Wass. Bordalás’ doubt will be whether to trust Cillessen, which is already available, or repeat with Mamardashvili after his great performance on the first day. What’s more, Gonzalo Guedes, despite being on the starting ramp, will continue in the starting eleven after their great match against the azulón team. Who will not be in Granada will be Kang-in. The South Korean, who also seems to have his future far from Valencia, sounds to join Moreno’s team. The challenge is to win away from Mestalla, which has only happened five times in the last two years. Although conquering Los Cármenes lately, nothing is easy.

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