Barcelona draw Gary Neville’s Valencia in the Spanish Cup Semi-Finals

BARCELONA, SPAIN - JANUARY 06: Arda Turan of FC Barcelona looks on during the Copa del Rey Round of 16 first leg match between FC Barcelona and RCD Espanyol at Camp Nou on January 6, 2016 in Barcelona, Spain. (Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images)

Barcelona will face Gary Neville’s Valencia in the Spanish Cup semi-final following the Copa del Rey draw held at the headquarters of the Spanish Federation (RFEF).

The first leg will be played next week at the Camp Nou and the return game will take place at the Mestalla the following week.

Barcelona will play their third consecutive Spanish Cup final should they eliminate Valencia from the competition.

Arda Turan missed the second-leg quarter-final tie against Athletic Bilbao after coming down with the flu but played in first leg as well as both Last 16 games against Espanyol.

Turan is set to face Valencia for the first time this season when the two sides meet next week. The bearded winger has won the Copa del Rey with Atletico Madrid back in the 2012-13 season.

Barcelona and Valencia have face each other at the semi-final stage six times with the reigning La Liga champions progressing to the final on four occasions.