The Alcorcón will receive at the Santo Domingo stadium in Malaga, which will be the sixteenth day.
The locals come to the clash undefeated in the last 5 days, accumulating 3 draws and 2 wins.
The Madrid team travels in the eleventh position of the table, with a surprising fact, is the fourth worst place in the entire competition with only 7 points of 21 possible, however it is the best visitor next to Cádiz.
That is to say, the ADAlcorcón gets out what it does not get in its fief.
In front of the mythical Malaga, located seventeenth and far from the level that is presupposed, trying to lift his head. The goal is still the greatest of their evils, the malacitanos are the least producers of the SmartBank League with Albacete, with a total of 11 goals in favor of the 15 days already played.
And the issue of casualties … begins to be something usual for Andalusians, although it is still an especially extraordinary situation. For this meeting they will again have serious problems regarding the call for the trip to Alcorcón, and even more difficulties to propose an eleven of guarantees and competitive. In the last meeting Adrián González could not even dispute a single minute for last minute inconvenience and Renato Santos had to be replaced in the first part.
Hicham and Pacheco ended up exhausted in the match against Fuenla.
Those who will be safely down by the FIFA Virus are the following players: Keidi (Albania), Munir (Morocco), Juanpi añor and Mikel Villanueva (Venezuela), and the young Lorenzo (Switzerland Under-20) is less significant.
That is, they lose their starting goalkeeper, a key defender, Juanpi who is possibly his best midfield talent, and his engine Bare Keidi.
Even with all this and the negative situation that the team is going through, I think they will be able to score exactly one point.
The locals base their game on the tactical order and the strength, that’s why it accumulates so many draws in recent years.
Some of the team have already played several seasons playing together in the team and that favors that they sometimes play by heart. They are accustomed to having the ball and although they do not materialize this characteristic at times of goal, it serves to keep the opponent.
If Víctor Sanchez del Amo’s Málaga knows how to read the game that I think he will know how to do, despite the losses, he will get something positive from his difficult and complicated exit, a draw would at least be something positive.
I think the locals will choke on anchovies, and both should sign the tie in the final minutes, another for Alcorcón.