Santo Domingo, judge for permanence

Alcorcón need victory after falling in Cartagena and a victory for Castellón could leave the potters very touched (21:00, Mov. LaLiga).

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El Alcorcón is being the victim of their own mistakes that are causing them to lose points and games. This is what happened to him in Cartagena where two defensive mistakes left him 2-0 against at halftime. You have to be focused every minute and be competitive in every game (follow the game live on AS.com) .

The potters, despite occupying the penultimate position, are sure of "lifting this situation and being able to achieve permanence because of how we work on a day-to-day basis," as central José León told AS this week.

Closing the goal, getting to play with very close lines and recovering some of the lost gunpowder, only two goals in five games, will be the keys for Anquela's team to be able to add in the final against Castellón

Anquela recovers Víctor García after his match of penalty for accumulation. Hugo Fraile, who saw the red against Cartagena, and Sosa will be suspended by sanction. The doubt will be Juanma Bravo who is optimizing his recovery.

For its part, Castellón has come out of the relegation zone thanks to the third best run in the category in the last five days. Only Espanyol and Rayo Vallecano have added more points from the last 15 in play. Juan Carlos Garrido has found the defensive key and in five of Castellón's last seven games, Whalley has not conceded a goal. Only the leader Espanyol surpassed him and also Sabadell, although that match was beaten 2-1 by the Albinegros.

Garrido is alternating two drawings, 4-4-2 and 4-2-3-1, although his philosophy of play varies little. Castellón has understood that to save the category it has to be strong from behind and there are its records.

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