Eleventh gala to tie the rooms and look at Gdansk

The advantage in the tie and the faith in lifting the title in Gdansk (Poland) has not confused the staff. For this reason, Villarreal will have more headlines than ever.

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Only seven days have passed of Villarreal's worst moment this season. He dragged a galloping crisis of eight consecutive games without winning in the League and lived anguished with the serious threat that Dinamo, rebounded from the Champions League, would end up ruining a mediocre season in Spain without fourth place or Cup. Today, Emery's team does not He only has the pass on track after the 0-2 of the first leg (goals from Pau and Albiol) but, in addition, he regained his smile on Sunday in Eibar. A triumph that has reminded him that he has a bench and that his enthusiasm for playing the first final in his history remains intact. If there is something good about this madness of the calendar, it is that there is no time to breastfeed or, as in this case, to regret a second (follow today's game live on As.com) .

The advantage in the knockout stage and the faith in lifting the title in Gdansk, Poland, has not confused the staff. For this reason, Villarreal will have more headlines than ever. Asenjo returns due to the cleft in his jaw that has KO Rulli and Mario returns after several months injured. The only novelty, which is no longer so, will be the appearance of Funes Mori to replace Pau. Another, less likely surprise could be Bacca's bet on Alcácer. The Colombian, with his hunger intact, comes from fulfilling with note in Ipurua. But of him, with his exemplary performance, it could never be said that he is a substitute, but rather a starter who spends too many minutes waiting for the ball on the wing.

Dinamo will demand the best. He lands after putting his championship on track in Ukraine, recovers headgear and has united an eleven that his faithful know and repeat by heart. This course has achieved seven results at home that would now be worth it to move to the quarterfinals. Beware of trusts.



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