Everton v Valencia Live Streaming to watch from Sunlife Stadium

Its Everton v Valencia live streaming from  the Sun Life Stadium in Miami Florida as the Champions Cup continues.

The Toffees will do battle on Tuesday with pride and fifth place at stake in the International Champions Cup.

The tournament, taking place across six US cities and one European City, features some of Europe’s top teams with Chelsea, Real Madrid, Juventus, AC Milan and Inter Milan joining the sole America representatives LA Galaxy.

Everton have enjoyed a stellar tournament so far beating Serie A champions Juventus 6-5 on penalties after a 1-1 draw before narrowly losing to Real Madrid 2-1. The loss to Madrid was only their second during pre-season and after wins over Juventus, Accrington Stanley and Blackburn Roberto Martinez will be keen to finish the tournament on a high.


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Valencia meanwhile put the disappointment of an opening round defeat to AC Milan behind them to thump Inter 4-0 to set up the decider in the Sun Life Stadium in Miami, Florida.

The games will also be another chance for former Rangers striker Nikica Jelavic to show that he is the man to lead the forward line this season. The Croatian star struggled in front of goal last season but has looked sharp in pre-season scoring 3 goals so far including one in the loss to Madrid.

While Blues boss Martinez will no doubt be pleased to see Jelavic back amongst the goal his counterpart at Valencia, Miroslav Djukic is preparing for life after Roberto Soldado.

The Spanish star has completed his move to Spurs however his absence was not felt too much on Saturday as goals from Jonathan Veira (2), Ever Banega and Jonas saw the La Liga side thrash Inter Milan.

However despite the flurry of goals on Saturday, Soldado will be a big loss for the coming season and Djukic is keen to bolster his striking options before the end of the transfer window

“We have to find a solution and answers for his departure,” he said. “With the players that we already have we are doing well.

“The team have already shown that when they play as a team we have people who can score goals.”

The game is the penultimate friendly for both sides ahead of the start of the new season with Greek side Olympiacos up next for Valencia before their season opener with Malaga while Everton will face another Spanish side Real Betis before the away trip to Norwich on the opening day of the season.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.