Match Today: Valencia vs Girona 14-08-2022 La Liga
After their return to Spain's top division, Girona will travel to face Valencia in the opening round of La Liga matches on Sunday. Spain's Second Division. Under the management of Jose Bordalas, Valencia enjoyed a slightly improved season last time out, finishing ninth in La Liga after reaching the Copa del Rey final. Los Che would eventually lose to Real Betis on penalties in that final, before a poor streak in the final months of the league season cost them a place in the top seven.
Valencia vs Girona
Between the beginning of April and mid-May, they went eight league games without a win, and after clinching at least ninth place with a final-day victory over Celta Vigo, the board chose to replace Bordalas with former Milan and Napoli coach Gennaro. Gattuso. They head into the new semester on the back of a mixed streak of pre-season results, having finished in a 2-1 win over Atalanta after victories over Borussia Dortmund and St Gallen and defeats against Stuttgart and Castellón, both sides of a draw. With Nottingham Forest. With their focus now on the new league season, Los Che will be hoping to make a positive start under his new coach and put three points on the board at the weekend.
Girona vs Valencia
They welcome Girona, who are looking to celebrate their return to La Liga with three points on the road after winning the promotion last season. Blankevermills then met Eibar in the semi-finals, and after losing 1-0 in the first leg at home, they would win by the same score in normal time away from home, Thanks to Borja Garcia's goal in the first minute and then after that. The victory was in overtime, as Christian Stuani scored the decisive goal and booked his place in the final against Tenerife. In another home and away match, Girona's match at home ended in a goalless draw, and they would have ensured their rise to the Heliodoro Rodriguez Lopez stadium, where Stuani opened the scoring before regaining his lead with Jose Leon's own goal, and Arnao Martinez scored a goal. 3-1 with a goal in the last ten minutes, ending three years in the second division. Now eager to establish themselves as a La Liga club in the coming years, Michel's men will be hoping to make a quick start with victory on Sunday before hosting Getafe and Celta Vigo later in August.