Mirandés and Las Palmas want to look up in the table

The yellows set themselves the challenge of chaining their fourth victory in a row in a cursed field. For its part, the rojillo team seeks to win at home again.

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The Mirandés hope to maintain the good feelings offered in their last match, defeating a UD Las Palmas in Anduva that arrives at Miranda on the rise after three consecutive wins, and against the three clubs relegated last season from the top category. The victory in Cartagena has raised the spirits of José Alberto's troop, who wants his pupils to maintain the level of commitment and solidarity they showed in the Albinegro fiefdom (follow the game live on AS.com) .

The Asturian coach will have to rebuild the team due to Meseguer's absence due to suspension, one of his key pieces. Although he has several alternatives such as entering Caballero or delaying the position of Pablo Martínez, the recent signing Álex López has all the ballots to accompany Javi Muñoz in the center of the field. The rest could be the same ones that achieved the three points last Monday with Cristo González, in stellar mode, by scoring a double. Carlos Julio, Jackson and Schutte will also not be on the pitch due to injury.

For their part, Pepe Mel's pupils come to this event full of enthusiasm after a brilliant start to the year, with three consecutive victories against Espanyol, Mallorca and Leganés. Of course, they are aware of the difficulty of the contest against Mirandés since Anduva is a real nightmare. Four encounters and four defeats are the islanders' precedents in Mirandesas lands. In this way, the yellow players must follow that marked line of defensive seriousness that has been sustained by the continuity of seven players, such as goalkeeper Álex Dominguez, defenders Lemos, Álex Suárez, Curbelo and Dani Castellano; and the midfield couple formed by Javi Castellano and Sergio Ruiz.

From there, with the known loss of Kirian, the Madrid coach will have to vary the eleven that faced Leganés to give way, in theory, to footballers such as Aridai, who scored the winning goal, or Enzo Loiodice, already recovered. of his ailments in the pubis. Despite the fact that the yellow house does not want to hear or talk about the playoffs, winning for the first time in Anduva would be a brutal emotional blow to think that the squad is really capable of greater heights.

Aces to follow

Mirandés. Álex López: The Catalan midfielder has all the ballots to replace Meseguer's loss. Much is expected of his signing as a rojillo.

Las Palmas. Sergio Ruiz: The Cantabrian is the compass of the yellow midfield, so much of the success of Pepe Mel's team in Anduva goes through his success and connection with the chemistry he has with Araujo.

The keys to the match

Possession: Both teams base their game on possession so the battle is interesting. The Mirandés wants to prevail in that facet.

Intensity: One of the recipes to which the UD has been entrusted to win the game is to equalize the intensity in the disputes without forgetting their precious style of play with the ball.

Solidarity: The constant help in the rojillo team will be key to trying to overcome Las Palmas in Anduva.

Clean sheet: Although the yellows are still one of the teams with the most goals, they have only conceded one goal in the last three games showing great defensive strength.

Ups and downs

Mirandés: Carlos Julio, Jackson and Schutte are casualties due to injury, as well as Meseguer who must complete a cycle of reprimands.

Las Palmas: Aythami Artiles, Álvaro Lemos, Pejiño, Cristian Cedrés, Rober, Jonathan Silva and Kirian will be lost.

Coaches' statements

José Alberto, Mirandés coach: "We always have a plan A and another B, depending on what the game demands. The knowledge of the rivals is great, but they also study us. In the end we have to take care of the details. There we must emphasize and vary things depending on the rival "

"Araujo is one of the best forwards in the category, by numbers and career. He is a threat, but Las Palmas is a great team. They do many things well and are in a favorable dynamic. That makes them more dangerous"

Pepe Mel, Las Palmas coach: "We are going to play against an opponent that we have never beaten there, which is a challenge. In addition, this season they took the points away from us at home, when they beat us 1-2, so we have another challenge "

"In other matches we have already shown that if we are not intense, we become a vulnerable team. Anduva is not the best place to not have a high level of intensity"



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