The seventh day of LaLiga SmartBank, which takes place during the week, will propose a battle for the leadership between Spanish, who will receive the Mirandés, and the Sporting de Gijón, who will seek victory in his visit to La Rosaleda de Malaga.
After conceding his first defeat of the season in Vallecas, Espanyol will seek redemption against Mirandés, a dangerous visitor who has ended with victory his two outings of the season to Tenerife and Sabadell.
With the same points as the ‘parakeets’, Sporting occupies the co-leadership, that goes through its first pothole after a brilliant start and has two rounds without winning. The Asturian team will test the candidacy for the promotion of a Malaga that has entered the ‘playoff’ zone after conquering La Romareda.
In addition, in those high positions are also Fuenlabrada, Vallecano Ray and Mallorca. The Fuenlabreño team starts as a favorite at home before the recently promoted Logroñés, while the franjirrojos visit Real Oviedo and the Balearic club receives an Albacete that is in the relegation zone.
The Sabadell-Alcorcón was postponed for cases of coronavirus in the Madrid team.
Espanyol – Mirandés 16:30.
Las Palmas – Castellón 19:00.
Lugo – Girona 19:00.
Ponferradina – Tenerife 19:00.
Almeria – Cartagena 21:30.
Fuenlabrada – Logroñés 21:30.
Leganés – Real Zaragoza 16:30.
Mallorca – Albacete 19:00.
Real Oviedo – Rayo Vallecano 19:00.
Malaga – Sporting 21:30.
Sabadell – Alcorcón
Best of Matchday 6
Zaragoza – Malaga (1-2)
Malaga beat Real Zaragoza on their visit to La Romareda, after a serious game in which they managed to make the most of their chances and go through little trouble in the face of harmless hands that reacted too late to the clear away dominance. Chavarría and Caye Quintana scored in the first half the many visitors and Adrián González cut distances at the end.
Rayo Vallecano – Espanyol (1-0)
A goal from Isi Palazón in the 87th minute allowed Rayo Vallecano to knock down Espanyol’s wall, which started the day as a solid leader and with Diego López unbeatable so far. The Catalan team arrived in Vallecas in an excellent state of form, undefeated in the first five days of the League. However, in the Madrid stadium he met a Rayo who dealt with you and from the beginning he ambitiously sought the goal.
Albacete – Sabadell (3-0)
Aritz López Garai debuted with victory as Albacete coach at the expense of a Sabadell who failed several resounding occasions in the first half that ended up condemning him to the bottom position. Arroyo, Peña and Zozulya from penalties they scored local goals.