Santo Domingo seems decisive for the permanence

Alcorcón seeks to get out of the well and Oviedo a victory that takes them away from the relegation zone. The potters want their stadium to be a fort.

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We enter the last leg of the competition. Eleven games remain, 33 points of which Alcorcón has six home games. Adding in Santo Domingo seems key for those of Anquela to achieve permanence at the end of the season. Adding a victory against Oviedo would not only take Alcorcón out of the relegation pit, it would also get into the maelstrom to avoid losing the category to the Carballones (follow the game live on AS.com) .

The potters will once again base their football on the security and defensive sobriety that gave them a point in Gijón. With a high line pressure and being a compact team, Alcorcón will try to lay the first stone to score three points. The potters arrive with Laure's losses due to accumulation, the injury of Juanma and David Fernández and Xisco Jiménez. The latter due to the virus and that unless the controls say otherwise, they will still not be able to participate.

In this last phase of the League, Oviedo sails away from the playoff so that the goal of the blue team seems destined to move away from the dangerous positions of the table. In this situation, Ziganda's team faces two basic duels for tranquility.

The first, against Alcorcón de Anquela, former blue technician, in a clash that Oviedo cannot afford to lose if they do not want to get into trouble. El Cuco has already indicated these two dates as basic and has all the staff at its disposal, since it does not have any leave.

News are expected regarding the team that drew, with a bittersweet aftertaste, against Ponferradina at the Tartiere. Nahuel, who rested then, will be from the game. Rodri could fill in for Leschuk at the top of the attack. More changes in search of fresh legs are not ruled out to avoid the accumulation of minutes in a short space of time.



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