At the end of the first half, Valencia beat the local team 1-0 with a goal by Gabriel Paulista.
In search of a better result in the championship, the two teams will have to adjust their game strategies to recover from the losses suffered last day.
Mallorca does not want to regret another fall: 1 to 2 ended its match against Betis. In the previous 4 days, their results were varied: they have won 2 games and lost 2.
Valencia comes from losing in its stadium against Barcelona by 1 to 4. In its last matches it won 2 losses and 2 draws.
The local team is in sixteenth place with 26 points and 6 wins, while the visitor reached 30 points and is in twelfth place in the tournament.
Jorge Figueroa Vázquez was the referee who directed the match at the Visit Mallorca Estadi.
Probable formation of Mallorca today
The team led by Luis García poses its game with a 4-5-1 formation with Sergio Rico in goal; Pablo Maffeo, Martin Valjent, Antonio Raíllo and Jaume Costa in defense; Salva Sevilla, Antonio Sánchez, Takefusa Kubo, Ángel Rodríguez and Dani Rodríguez in the middle; and Vedat Muriqi up front.
Valencia likely formation today
For their part, those led by José Bordalás stand on the field with a 3-4-3 strategy with Giorgi Mamardashvili under the three posts; Mouctar Diakhaby, Gabriel Paulista, Omar Alderete in defense; Yunus Musah, Carlos Soler, Uros Racic and Dimitri Foulquier in midfield; and Hugo Duro, Maximiliano Gómez and Bryan Gil up front.