Our prediction for this Primera Division match:
After sharing the spoils with Sevilla at “Pizjuan”, Valencia will look to return to winning ways when they take on Mallorca in the La Liga round 11. Los Che should have won all three points from the midweek clash, but Jose Gaya failed to score a late winner from the penalty spot. Valencia aim to return to winning ways as soon as possible, and they are likely to go all guns blazing at Mallorca.
Pacey forward Justin Kluivert is widely expected to return to the starting XI, while both Samu Castillejo and Jaume Domenech remain in the recovery room. Los Bermellones, on the other hand, collected only one point in total from the previous four league fixtures, and seeing that Valencia have turned their Estadio de Mestalla into a real fortress, home win should be considered. Vedat Muriqi is back from suspension, but fellow forward Tino Kadewere has yet to recover from a muscle problem.
Highlighted Player (Edinson Cavani):
Edinson Cavani is a professional footballer who plays for Paris Saint-Germain as a striker. The Uruguayan attacker was born in Salto on 14 February, 1987 and he began his senior career at Danubio. In 2007 he moved to Europe, signing a deal with Serie A outfit Palermo.
After scoring 34 goals in 109 league appearances for the Sicilian outfit, he joined Napoli in 2010. You should have in mind that Cavani scored a brace on his Napoli debut against Elfsborg in the Europa League. The Uruguay forward scored 78 goals in 104 Serie A games for the Partenopei and, as a result, big-spending French club PSG decided to sign him in 2013.
Cavani scored 19 goals for les Parisiens in the 2015/2016 Ligue 1 campaign, but he was in Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s shadow during the season and he started a number of games from the bench. In 2011 the PSG attacker won the Copa America trophy with Uruguay as la Celeste hammered Paraguay 3-0 in the game for the title.
Highlighted Team (Mallorca):
Thanks to a win over Deportivo La Coruna in the 2018/2019 Segunda Division play-offs final Mallorca secured promotion to Primera Division. Los Bermellones returned to the Spanish top flight following a six-year absence. Over the years Mallorca have turned their Estadi de son Moix into a real fortress, with the team producing much better showings at home than on the travels.
Opened in June 1999, the venue can hold up to 23,142 people. The club based in Balearic Islands are well known for their red shirts with one black stripe and black shorts. Mallorca’s away colours are white and red. Former Barcelona and Inter ace Samuel Eto’o is undisputedly the most notable footballer who played for the club.
Back in 1999 Mallorca made it to the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup final, with the team suffering a 2-1 loss to Lazio in the title game. Four years later los Bermellones won Spanish Copa del Rey, which is considered the club’s biggest success.