Valencia vs. Atalanta Live Stream, Date, Time, Venue, Prediction
In 2004, Deportivo were in a similar dilemma yet figured out how to run out 4-0 victors at home to send shockwaves across Europe and progress to the following round.
It will be a difficult task for Los Che, particularly with their home preferred position invalidated as the round of 16 second-leg game at the Mestalla is set to be played away from plain view as a prudent step because of the progressing coronavirus circumstance.
Peruse on for our review of Valencia versus Atalanta, including forecasts, group news and TV inclusion data.
How To watch Live Champions League Round of 16
- Competition: Champions League
- Venue: Mestalla
- Date: Tuesday, 10 March 2020
- Kick-off: 8:00 PM (UK time)
- TV coverage (UK): BT Sport 3
- live stream options: FuboTV (Try For Nothing)
Valencia: Gabriel Paulista is suspended importance a slight reshuffle in Valencia’s backline is normal. Ezequiel Garay (knee), Maxi Gómez (foot) and Cristiano Piccini (knee) are completely precluded with separate wounds.
Atalanta: Gian Piero Gasperini has just one uncertainty as Atalanta make the outing to Spain with Rafael Tolói battling with a muscle issue. Various players, including first-leg legend Hans Hateboer, are one booking ceaselessly from a suspension.
Valencia’s franticness for early objectives could give way to whatever free-scoring Atalanta might have had planned. We don’t anticipate that this challenge should be as uneven as the main leg yet an all the more firmly battled issue, which will see the Italians improvement to the Champions League quarter-finals without precedent for their history.
Pick: Valencia 2-0 Atalanta