In a sentence: Barcelona get a chance to bounce back after their shock Champions League defeat to Roma against fellow La Liga top four side Valencia as Spain’s standout fixture of the weekend kick-offs.
Last time: Valencia’s last league visit to the Camp Nou was a thoroughly entertaining affair. The home side ran out 4-2 winners after Eliaquim Mangala saw red in the 44th minute for the visitors with Lionel Messi scoring the resulting penalty to send Barca on their way to victory in a March 2017 league game.
This time: Barcelona are 3/10 with Valencia at 15/2 and the draw 19/4.
You might remember: It may have been the Copa Del Rey, but during the first leg in February 2016, Barce booked their place in the next round after hammering the Valencianistes 7-0. Luis Suarez netted four that day and although the home side are a wounded animal this time, our La Liga preview warns Valencia to proceed with caution once again.