Valencia, Real Madrid and Barcelona will meet in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final first leg on Wednesday to determine who will lift the trophy.
Madrid are unbeaten in their last seven Champions League games against Barcelona, who are unbeaten since beating Barcelona in the 2009 final.
Real Madrid are unbeaten over all competitions in all competitions during their run to the final, but they are not favourites for the trophy, which has been shared by three European giants in the last three years.
They face a tough task against Valencia who are second in La Ligurian League, just one point off the leaders, while Barcelona are in second spot, two points adrift of the top four.
Real and Valencia have won six of their last eight meetings in the Champions League, with the first two games being played at the Bernabeu.
Barcelona are in the midst of a record-breaking season with a record 14 La Liga titles.