Valencia: Moyà; Joel Johnson, David Navarro,
Dealbert, Alexis; Baraja, Maduro (Manuel Fernandes 73'); Pablo Hernández
(Joaquín 73'), David Silva (Chori Domíngez 58'), Mata; David
Racing: Coltorti; Pinillos, Henrique, Oriol, Christian; Diop (Lacen 82'), Colsa; Arana (Toni Moral 67'), Canales, Oscar Serrano (Munitis 46'); Tchité. 4-2-3-1.
Yellow cards: Maduro 13', Navarro 21', 85', Chori Domíngez 64', Henrique 68', Toni Moral 71', Pinillos 93' / red cards: Navarro 85'.
Third placed Valencia extended their lead over Sevilla to four points after drawing 0-0 with Racing Santander in the Monday night game, although they will be ruing the fact that they could not take the three points against a rival struggling to avoid the relegation spots. The Chés started well, David Villa shooting at Coltorti when free on goal and then hitting the post. But after that the visitors dominated, Tchité shooting wide and Canales bringing a good save out of Moyà before the break. The local keeper was in action again after the restart to stop Tchité, and after David Navarro was sent off for a second bookable offence, Canales wasted a good chance to win the match for the Cantabrians in the final minute.