The need for Tenerife tests the aspirations of Rayo Vallecano

The last signings of both teams (Guerrero, Serantes and Germán Valera) could debut. The franjirrojos cling to their best version of Vallecas, a cursed stadium for the island.

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Lightning brings out muscle. The epic comeback in Cornellà and his stealthy approach to direct promotion positions is joined by a home game. There, in Vallecas, the franjirrojos have only succumbed twice this season - Almería and Mallorca - and they receive a Tenerife that is choking on that field (follow the game live on As.com). He has only won once in Segunda (60-61, 0-2) .

While Rayo is convinced that they can aspire to the first two places, Tenerife tries to put ground in between with the descent. Its uneven dynamics don't help. The islands have been able to link five wins, between the League and the Cup, and suddenly hook three games without winning.

Iraola will have to rotate as he loses Isi and Óscar due to suspension and Velázquez and Pozo due to injury. In addition, Morro continues to be sick due to COVID-19. Forward Guerrero, the only winter signing, could enjoy his first minutes.

Newcomers Serantes and Germán Valera also have options to make their debut with Tenerife. While Ramis will not be able to line up Álex Muñoz (suspended) or Bruno Wilson (muscular discomfort) .

Key to the game Concentration

Rayo must be careful in the first minutes: there they fit against Mallorca (3 ') and Espanyol (8'). 444 444Aces to follow Álvaro

It's sweet. He made his first goal of the course in Cornellà and has four assists.

Pomares

Squeeze out your minutes. Last week he scored the tying goal. Return to eleven.



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