The middle center, the most touched line of Lega against Barça

Recio, sanctioned, can not play against the Catalans. Rubén Pérez points to the headline, but he hasn't played for almost two months. Rivera drags discomfort.


Javier Aguirre prepares the last training sessions before receiving FC Barcelona with the inconvenience of the staggered return of the internationals (seven, historical record in the entity) and the doubts pointing towards his center of the field. It is the middle center the most affected line for this vital duel in which the Leganés needs to scratch points of view of its complex situation.

Recio, sanctioned, may not be of the game and although Rubén Pérez is already in a position to play (it would be his 100th match with Lega in First), he would do so after almost two months without competing. He was injured before Granada on September 28. To top it off, Christian Rivera has been dragging physical discomfort for several weeks. The Spaniard is not in fullness. Luis Cembranos gave him the title in his three games as coach and the pivot responded, but after that, he could not be against Real for muscle problems. It is not clear if he can compete fully.

Nor is a Fede Varela in good condition, which, for now, remains unpublished in Leganés. The Argentine is the only player who has not yet released even on a list of summoned. It also draws intermittent physical problems that have prevented it from counting for the coaches that the Leganés has had throughout the course.

Like this, the only 100% healthy middle center, that is, without noticeable discomfort and in physical fullness, is Roque Mesa. The canary points to a permanent headline on Saturday in a marrow that is unknown. Aguirre will continue with the defense of five and it remains only to clear the question of whether he will compete with four in the middle or if he will line up three players to deploy two points.

The conditions in which internationals return will be important in determining the drawing. The coach could have the Nigerians Omeruo and Awaziem under his orders today, and hopes to have the rest of the international players tomorrow. That is why Wednesday's session has been scheduled for the afternoon, so that players who have been with their selections can now work with the group.



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