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League: Spanish La Liga
UCL Pedigree: High
Star player: Roberto Soldado
Main weakness: Lack of stability
Valencia might have looked impressive at times during the UCL's group stages, the club is in turmoil at the moment.
Coach Mauricio Pellegrino was sacked last week after a string of poor results on the domestic level, and the team currently sits at a lowly tenth place in Spain.
A quick glance at the results so far in Europe might not tell the whole story. Valencia are a good team, but they're not as good as their record indicates and their recent form has many analysts doubting their chances in the round of 16.
That doesn't mean the team lacks talent, though, and Valencia can be very dangerous when they are on form. They are your typical Spanish side that want to play football as opposed to stopping the other team from scoring, and they've received very strong play from their goalkeepers at the European level.
Like most top sides around Europe, Valencia utilise the 4-2-3-1, a formation Juventus love to go up against, but with a new coach it is uncertain how far Valencia would be able to alter their formation in a potential matchup with the Bianconeri.
Valencia are a bit of a wild card. No one really knows what the team will look like when competition resumes in February. Because of this, they might be a dangerous draw.