The win meant Valencia moved to fourth place in the La Liga standing table two points clear of Sevilla whom they are battling for Champions League play-offs next season.
Europa League holders Sevilla will travel to Eibar on Wednesday hoping to win their game and leapfrog fourth placed Valencia who plays Rayo Vallencano a day later.
Valencia have 68 points with five games left, two ahead of Sevilla and four behind third-placed champions Atletico Madrid who won 3-0 at home to Elche on Saturday.
Granada is second to last, six points from safety and will have to ensure they win games to harbor hope of staying in the La Liga next season.
Tuesday La Liga Fixture list
Barcelona vs Getafe
Athletico Bilbao Vs Real Sociedad
Levante Vs Cordoba
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