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    Valencia coach Unai Emery has called for maximum effort as the race for the Champions League places hots up.

    Los Che welcome Malaga to the Mestalla in pole position to clinch one of the remaining two qualifying spots.

    They sit four points above fourth-placed Mallorca and six above Sevilla and Emery knows a place in Europe's premier club competition is well within his side's reach.

    "I've avoided the temptation to calculate the points because it is not a good choice to think about what can happen from now until a month and a half,'' he said. "It's better to take it day by day.

    "We have to continue by looking at ourselves and playing every game thinking that there is only a little time left but a lot to achieve our aims.

    "We know that we have to make a very great effort in these almost two months of competition.''

    Valencia are odds on favourites to comprehensively see off Malaga, who are struggling at the wrong end of the Primera Division standings.

    They have an impressive home record and have only lost one match at the Mestalla all season, although too many games have ended in draws.

    Having not won since the end of February, Los Che got back to winning ways on Sunday with a 2-0 home victory over Almeria and Emery wants more of the same.

    "The match is important, but difficult,'' he said. "The aim is that the team finds maximum motivation as it did against Almeria.

    "This is the road for us to make ourselves stronger at home and victorious. We have to have 90 minutes of high intensity against Malaga and the footballers have to give their maximum.

    "Malaga are dangerous because they are picking up good results and putting their rivals in difficulties.

    "They're going to leave us with little possibility of counter attacks, and that means it will be a match in which it will not be easy to create chances.''

    Emery will once again be without captain Carlos Marchena, Bruno, David Navarro and Jeremy Mathieu in defence, but will welcome back former Malaga defender Alexis and Hedwiges Maduro.

    Malaga will head to the Mestalla in confident mood after snapping a run of three successive defeats with a 2-0 victory over Villarreal at the weekend.

    The Boquerones are now seven points above the drop zone and defender Manolo Gaspar has urged them to go all out for a memorable win.

    "We're going to go there to win,'' he said. "It's another game, it will be difficult but not impossible.

    "They're doing quite well, the teams at the top are going through a good period.

    "We're going to continue on our path away from home, closed up and ready to surprise the opposing team to try and bring back something positive at a difficult ground.

    "How do you stop them? First you have to hope they have a bad day and then with a lot of concentration, sacrifice and by being very tight, because if you allow them the wings they will create chances very quickly.

    "We can't settle for the draw, even if looking at how the game can go you could leave happily with a draw, but we have little to lose and much to win.''

    Malaga coach Juan Ramon Muniz will be without captain Jesus Gamez, Duda and Selim Benachour, who are all injured, and the suspended Daniel Toribio.

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