Unai Emery will take his men to the Mestella as Arsenal face Valencia in the second leg of the Europa League semi-final clash on Thursday.

The Gunners registered a 3-1 victory in the first leg at the Emirates, but the La Liga side have hope, if they look at the performances in the second legs of the Champions League.

Valencia will be hoping to take inspiration from Liverpool and Tottenham when they face Arsenal at home.

Spanish newspaper AS has come up with Los Ches’ predicted lineup, and they expect Marcelino to field a 4-4-2 formation.

Neto is predicted to start in between the posts with Ezequiel Garay and Gabriel Paulista ahead of him in the centre-back positions. They will be tasked to stop Arsenal’s attacking duo of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette.

José Luis Gayà and Cristiano Piccini are expected to start in the left-back and right-back positions respectively.

Francis Coquelin’s return from injury will give Valencia a boost as he’s likely to play alongside Daniel Parejo in the centre of the pitch.

Gonçalo Guedes is expected to start on the left wing, while Carlos Soler is set to play on the right. 

Marcelino has a headache when deciding who will partner Rodrigo up front, whether it will be Santi Mina, who scored a brace against Huesca, or the experienced Kevin Gameiro.

AS have gone with Gameiro to partner Rodrigo and Mina is likely to come off the bench during the course of the match.