One win in 10 matches, and winless in the last nine is bound to be a heavy load for Krasnodar as they head to this game, even though they will be playing at home. They suffered a 2 – 1 loss in the first leg in Spain and they know just how close this game is; they will definitely take it to Valencia, but will have to be very cautious, as they face a side on four straight wins and unbeaten in 13. Valencia started the season slow, but they have their groove back and are seventh in the La Liga standings at the moment. They have just one loss in 17 matches ahead of this one. They have scored at least two goals in each of their last three matches and have not lost any of the last five away matches, drawing three and winning two, while managing just one clean sheet in the process. It has however not been an easy run for them away from home in Europa League, with three losses and two wins in their last five away matches in the competition. On the other hand, Krasnodar are unbeaten in their last 10 home matches, though the last four have ended in draws. At home in the Europa League, they are unbeaten in six matches, with five of them being wins. They have scored at least two goals in the five wins.