Vital mourning for salvation

Albacete and Castellón meet at Carlos Belmonte in a match in which both teams seek a victory to leave the relegation zone and catch air

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The season enters its decisive phase and Carlos Belmonte hosts a vital duel for salvation between Albacete and Castellón, a duel in which the two teams seek a victory to aspire to leave the relegation zone and catch air on the table ( follow the game live on AS.com). After falling painfully in Girona, the team wants to turn the page and achieve a victory to stop being the bottom of the table.

For this clash Alejandro Menéndez has the doubts of Kecojevic and Carlos Isaac while he recovers Jean Jules and Diamnaka who were casualties in Montilivi. The white team hopes to continue showing the good version it has offered in the last two games to achieve a victory that will keep it alive and with options to maintain the category. It is not ruled out that Menéndez can make changes in the eleven to refresh his legs.

For its part, Castellón appears at Belmonte after stopping its positive trend, foreseeable in Espanyol's visit to Castalia, but with the ambition to continue the competitive inertia of the team against a direct rival for permanence. Juan Carlos Garrido loses Iago Indias, fundamental in defense, due to his expulsion against the parrots and César Díaz, also injured in the last match, while Marc Castells and Eneko Satrústegui continue with their recovery process.

In a week full of encounters, after the deployment against Vicente Moreno's men, and with Oviedo just around the corner, movements are expected in the Valencian coach's eleven. In that sense, names like Carles Salvador, Arturo Molina, Rubén Díez and Jonathan Soriano could start the match at the beginning, in a vital clash for the aspirations of both teams in the face of permanence.

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