Valencia: Guaita; Joao Pereira, Ricardo Costa,
Mathieu (Víctor Ruíz 79'), Guardado; Dani Parejo, Tino Costa;
Canales (Cissokho 46'), Banega, Jonas; Soldado (Nelson Valdez 75'). 4-2-3-1.
Osasuna: Andrés Fernández; Oier, Arribas, Miguel Flaño, Nano; Raoul Loe (Masoud 55'), Gato Silva; Cejudo, Timor, De las Cuevas; Kike Sola (Lolo 59', Marc Bertrán 71'). 4-2-3-1.
1-0. 39. Soldado. Following up after Andrés failed to hold on to shot from Jonas.
2-0. 44. Ricardo Costa. Got on the end of Tino Costa free kick to head past keeper.
3-0. 60. Banega. Struck free kick over defensive wall and in off André's crossbar.
4-0. 94. Jonas (penalty). After Nano handled the ball inside the penalty area.
Yellow cards: Jonas 14', Timor 68', 74', Pereira 85', Marc Bertrán 88', Nano 93' / red cards: Arribas 58', Timor 74'.
Valencia are now just two points behind fourth placed Real Sociedad pending their match on Sunday after the Ches beat Osasuna 4-0 in the first game on Saturday afternoon. Mathieu almost turned a Kike Sola cross in to his own net early on, but otherwise the home side dominated, Saldoado going close a couple of times before opening the scoring after Andrés failed to hold on to a long shot by Jonas. Ricardo Costa headed the second from Tino Costa's wide free kick on the stroke of half time, and with an hour on the clock Banega made it three with a free kick in off the crossbar after Arribas was sent off for pushing over Soldado as he advanced on goal. The visitors were left with nine men when Timor picked up a second booking, and Jonas converted an injury time penalty after Nano blocked a Tino Costa cross with his arm to leave the Pamplona based side just two points above the relegation spots.