A Logroñés below minimums examines the good moment of Sabadell

Both teams, newly promoted, struggle to avoid relegation. The Riojans have four cases of COVID, but they obtained the transfer of Nano Mesa.

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Sabadell will try today to beat Logroñés, who throughout the week has been dragging several cases of COVID, for many more reasons than the three points (follow the game live on AS.com). They will try to win to stop being the worst venue in the category and improve performance at home, but also to maintain the unbeaten streak that has lasted six days. And he will try to win to get away from the relegation places and get closer to Logroñés. The Riojans look askance at dangerous positions (they are six points away), but they cannot relax. Sabadell wants to get them into the fight.

With Pierre Cornud suspended and Querol injured as the only casualties, one of the unknowns of the Hidalgo eleven is to know who will occupy the left wing. The natural choice is Ozkoidi, although Óscar Rubio, who can also play on the left, comes from doing a good job with a goal included against Almería. Heber Pena could even play, who has already served in that position, so Hidalgo has many options. In the offensive part of the team, the trident formed by Álvaro, Stoichkov and Guruzeta will follow a priori, three men who ensure a good number of chances for Sabadell.

For its part, the Logroñés will visit Nova Creu Alta depleted by the virus: Álex Pérez, Siddiki, Zelu and Vitoria are isolated. Neither will the starting striker, Leo Ruiz, sanctioned for accumulating cards, nor will Petcoff, nor the captain, Iñaki, still with muscle problems. So the list, of circumstances (and without communicating publicly the day before), will be completed by footballers from the subsidiary ... and perhaps the first winter incorporation, Nano Mesa, who occupies the gap left by Rajiv van la Parra, terminated.

Dani Pacheco, without a team after Malaga's ERE, and Nano Mesa, on loan from Cádiz, had already trained with their new teammates, but both were waiting for casualties (there are no free chips) to be registered before the market close. The coach, Sergio Rodríguez, considers that "it is not an abnormal situation", although Van la Parra disappeared from the map to negotiate his departure. We will see if there are more movements this Monday. The good news is that the red and white have a six point difference on the descent. The bad, that they face a decisive duel against Sabadell at a low minimum.

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