Friday nights are all Spanish eyes on the Riazor, where Deportivo La Coruna and Real Betis kick off the 21st matchday in la liga. Both teams are the last weeks working fine.
Deportivo La Coruna
Deportivo La Coruna was working on a nice set of seven unbeaten games in a row, but after last weekend the Galicians are back with both feet on the ground. The low kite was visiting Eibar an effective lesson by withdrawing an equivalent match 3-1 at the short end. “In the box we were not sharp enough,” as had coach Gaizka Garitano seen.
Gaiza Garitano can be satisfied with his team in 2017. The 3-1 loss at Eibar was only the first defeat of the new calendar year for Deportivo La Coruna, which in recent weeks seems to have almost a patent on the same play. Of course victories put more grist to the mill, but the blue-whites have by addressing almost every week now points ahead by six points in the relegation zone. There is also outside the lines good news, because there is currently no one injured or suspended. Moroccan midfielder Fajr been returned already returned from the Africa Cup, but he gets the time being quiet and close only after the weekend back in the selection. Outside him do Garitano but completely miss anyone. Also Carles Gil is back fit and is immediately one of the key players. In just 489 minutes football league he was already accounted for a whopping four assists. An excellent moyenne, especially when you consider that Deportivo La Coruna at twenty rounds of play only 25 times to the network knew spheres.
Probable lineup Deportivo La Coruna
Tyton; Navarro, Sidnei, Arribas, Juanfran; Borges, Guilherme; Bruno Gama, Emre Colak, Carles Gil; Florin Andone
Real Betis is not so far beyond an anonymous thirteenth place, but played last weekend have a major role in the Spanish title race FC Barcelona hold a 1-1 tie. Real Betis was lucky that the entire arbitration trio a blip eye then had a flawless goal was not awarded the Catalans plus a penalty was not given. Real Betis, however, fought like lions and struck itself twice the woodwork. The draw was deserved in the sense had coach Victor Sanchez del Amo hoped for more. Obviously, because of the equalizer of the visitor pass fell into the absolute final stage.
The good game and ditto result against FC Barcelona did not come out of thin air. Since the arrival of Victor Sanchez del Amo fans dare again with his head to take to the streets. Ruben Castro and Ceballos are some thoroughbreds on the field, but it is especially the inexhaustible fighting spirit that makes a tough team from the green whites. That was under predecessor Poyet or otherwise, under his leadership, the Andalusians were totally not to burn. The fans are fully behind the team again, sarcasm gave way to genuine support. Real Betis has caught the rising anyway, so you might include a jump to the left row in the coming period it possible.
Probable lineup Real Betis
Adan; Durmisi, Tosca, Pezzella, Mandi, Piccini; Ceballos, Pardo, Petros; Ruben Castro, Alegria