Tenerife and Alcorcón seek to direct their objectives

For the island people it is an opportunity to be able to settle in a more ambitious area and for the people of Madrid, the option of leaving the relegation zone.

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Even if it is at the end of February, the duel between Tenerife and Alcorcón does not seem like any other match. At least that is how both teams face it because for the Blue and Whites it is an excellent opportunity to settle in a quiet area and look upwards with more conviction, while for Madrid it is a good option to leave the relegation places after nine games (the game continues live on AS.com) .

And both come to the appointment with confidence, despite everything. Ramis's men come from losing to one of the most fit teams of the moment (Leganés), by the minimum and having deserved something more. Those of Anquela, for their part, conquered La Romareda last Monday (and before they beat Logroñés) and have climbed to be the ones who mark the dangerous zone.

In the local cast, Aitor Sanz will be expected, who already missed last week's duel, but in the week he has evolved from his muscular discomfort. If it does not arrive, Folch and Javi Alonso may repeat. Another question is in the left-handed side: if Pomares continues (before his former team), or if Álex Muñoz returns. For the attack, Fran Sol seems fixed, but those who accompany him could change looking for fresher legs.

Alcorcón has managed to return to being that solid, compact, choral and competitive team that was after the arrival of Anquela. The yellows have closed the goal again, which in the dressing room they know is key to adding up since they are still the lowest scoring team in the championship. The question is whether Anquela will keep the usual 1-4-2-3-1 drawing or will repeat an eleven with three centrals as against Zaragoza. The potters maintain the loss of Carlos Embaló, who left injured in the match against Logroñés on the ankle and substitute goalkeeper Jesús.

In short, this Sunday's game will not be anything. Although February is ending and there is a lot of the League ahead, both Tenerife and Alcorcón can begin to accommodate their ideas to know how to face the last third of the competition.KeysIntensity

An intense game is expected and with few concessions so it will be necessary to be very concentrated. Whoever makes a mistake can pay dearly.

Defense

Potters need to maintain defensive intensity and lay the foundation for victory from defensive work.

Solitario

Tenerife is generating few scoring chances so Sol continues to be too unassisted. Of course, the ones that you have are usually plugged in.

Efficiency

The team generates chances, but it lacks aim. The potters are the team with the fewest goals in the League.

As to follow Dani Hernández

They brought him competition in the winter market, but the goalkeeper, for the moment, remains a starter for Ramis.

Nwakali

His incorporation to the core is being one of the best news for the team. Great physical route, intensity in defense and a good shot from afar.



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