Teams LaLiga SmartBank assume this weekend a matchday 25 charged with emotion and essential in the fight for your goals. Will open fire this Friday on Sabadell, who will receive a direct rival in the fight for permanence as the Saragossa.
Will be saturday when Cartagena Y Vallecano Ray measure your strength on the lawn of Cartagonova. Right after they will face Mirandés Y Girona, two teams that are fighting to reach the ‘play-off’ positions and that will seek to obtain three gold points. They will close on Saturday Tenerife Y Ponferradina.
There is no doubt that this Sunday comes one of the most anticipated duels. The heavyweights of the table are measured in a clash for the lead. The Majorca, leader of the Second Division will receive RCD Espanyol, second classified five points behind the Balearic Islands. The group of Luis García Plaza will seek to expand its margin and take one more step towards The league Santander.
Very attentive to the duel between first and second will be the Almeria, who tied on points with the Catalans, will try to prevail over the Las Palmas to approach Mallorca or overtake the parakeet block. Soon after they will face Leganés – Albacete Y Alcorcón UD Logroño.
Sunday will be closed by the clash between Sporting de Gijón and the Malaga. For Monday there will be the confrontation between Castellón and Fuenlabrada and the Galician derby between Oviedo and the Lugo.
These were some of the most outstanding goals of the last league match:
Lugo – Espanyol (1-1)
A post thwarted Espanyol’s comeback against Lugo (1-1) and allowed the coach of the Galician team, Mehdi Nafti, to remain undefeated in the Anxo Carro against the team that in the first round had inflicted the first defeat as the rojiblanco coach.
Albacete – Mallorca (0-1)
The Majorca encircled the leadership it holds in the Smartbank League by winning in Albacete (0-1) thanks to a goal by Amath against a rival who played with ten players for 54 minutes due to the expulsion of defender Gorosito and who missed a penalty shot at the post in the final stretch by Álvaro Jiménez.
Fuenlabrada – Almería (1-1)
The Almeria, who evaded defeat thanks to the immensity of Makaridze and the goal of Fran Villalba, took a step back in his career for promotion after failing to tie in Fuenlabrada, who was on the verge of achieving what would have been a meritorious and deserved victory, in the debut as a coach of José Luis Oltra.