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DEPORTIVO IN APRIL

04 Apr 2019
Deportivo will try to bounce back in April, visiting teas aspiring to promotion and hosting club in the fight for the permanence.

After a sad month of March, Depor will not only think of returning to victory in order to have chances of reaching the second place, but must also keep an eye on the chasers in order to not lose the playoff spot. In the new month, the Galicians are hosting two rivals trying to survive, and it visit two rivals aspiring to promotion.

The first rival in the month is Rayo Majadahonda. The Madrilenians have been mixing big victories with big losses and still, little by little they have been putting some distance with relegation. They currently sit seven points above relegation, so the permanence seems a matter of time.

The last five games by Rayo Majadahonda:

Matchday 29 MAJADAHONDA 0 GRANADA 3
Matchday 30 MAJADAHONDA 2 ALCORCON 0
Matchday 31 OSASUNA 3 MAJADAHONDA 0
Matchday 32 MAJADAHONDA 4 NUMANCIA 0
Matchday 33 ALMERIA 2 MAJADAHONDA 2

Then Deportivo face the most difficult game on the season as it visits CA Osasuna, it’s the toughest game as the Navarrans are living a sweet moment been the leaders and holding on a mark of 13 straight home victories. They have also won 9 of their last 11 games in the tournament.

The last five games by Osasuna:

Matchday 29 OSASUNA 1 GIMNASTIC 0
Matchday 30 MALAGA 1 OSASUNA 2
Matchday 31 OSASUNA 3 MAJADAHONDA 0
Matchday 32 TENERIFE 3 OSASUNA 2
Matchday 33 OSASUNA 1 EXTREMADURA 0

At the middle of the month, Depor host Extremadura UD, a team currently in relegation and that will arrive to the Riazor needing the victory. The team, now coached by ex-Depor Manu Mosquera, has only won twice on the road, but it’s turning into solid team as it barely allows goals, they haven’t allowed more than one goal per game since the arrival of the new boss at the end of February. Actually, in their last two away games they lost by a minimal 1-0 at Albacete Balompié and CA Osasuna.

The last five games by Extremadura:

Matchday 29 LAS PALMAS 1 EXTREMADURA 1
Matchday 30 EXTREMADURA 3 CORDOBA 0
Matchday 31 ALBACETE 1 EXTREMADURA 0
Matchday 32 EXTREMADURA 1 REUS 0
Matchday 33 OSASUNA 1 EXTREMADURA 0

April ends with the visit to CD Numancia, a team hurrying up the chances to qualify for the playoff.  Los Numantinos are the ninth best home team in the league after adding 9 victories in 17 games disputed at Los Pajaritos, place where they already defeated Granada CF and held a point against Málaga CF and CA Osasuna.

The last five games by Numancia:

Matchday 29 NUMANCIA 1 SPORTING 2
Matchday 30 TENERIFE 1 NUMANCIA 1
Matchday 31 NUMANCIA 1 MALAGA 1
Matchday 32 MAJADAHONDA 4 NUMANCIA 0
Matchday 33 NUMANCIA 2 GRANADA 1

The calendar of Deportivo in April:
06/Apr/2019: Deportivo v Rayo Majadahonda (matchday 33)
13/Apr/2019: CA Osasuna v Deportivo (matchday 34)
21/Apr/2019: Deportivo v Extremadura UD (matchday 35)
28/Apr/2019: CD Numancia v Deportivo (matchday 36)

ARCHIVE NEWS APR/19

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