You win the first win

Osasuna repeats in El Sadar with the obligation to be more effective than against Espanyol. Celta, to insist on the notes of the premiere against Atlético.

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Osasuna had a doubtful start to the season against Espanyol, a day with many errors, and has proposed, in his second consecutive home game, something like a fresh start. That illusion of offering the first victory to a Red team that already knows its renovated stadium is going to run into Celta's desire to also release its triumph record (follow the game live on As.com) .

The rojillos want the good feelings of the preseason to be transferred to the League. They played a lot in the opposite field in their league debut at El Sadar, but they lacked effectiveness and that is precisely what Arrasate wants: efficiency is intensity. The Biscayan coach will not provide the list of players called up until today, since several, such as Aridane, Cote and Rober Ibáñez come out of injury, and others such as Unai García and Torró, have exercised this week at half gas.

The great attraction of the game is the probable return to the eleven of Manu Sánchez, again on loan from Atleti. Again about 8,000 spectators will enjoy the meeting from the stands of El Sadar, something that is an important incentive for the locals. Chacho Coudet will give continuity to the eleven that at times submitted Atlético in the opening of the season, with the only news of Kevin Vázquez for the sanctioned Hugo Mallo on the right side and Aidoo for the Fontán youth squad, who suffered a fibrillar tear this week.

The Peruvian Tapia is indisputable as a defensive pivot, and Nolito will remain on the left side of the line of three midfielders that will be completed by Brais Méndez, on the right, and Denis Suárez on the inside. Franco Cervi, for whom Celta paid four million euros to Benfica this summer, and Augusto Solari will wait for their opportunity on the bench, since Mina is fixed with Aspas in the lead.

Chimy Ávila remains eager to regain normalcy after two serious knee injuries. Celta brings him good memories. He scored his last goal 595 days ago, precisely against the Vigo team. On April 3, the Argentine forward returned to the fields. Last season the Commander had the opportunity to play a few minutes in the final stretch of the League. In preseason he recovered the taste of the goal.



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