Deportivo La Coruña vs Málaga, Wednesday’s match for the Spanish La Liga 2 Playoffs, at the Estadio Municipal de Riazor, in A Coruña.
Deportivo La Coruña
Deportivo La Coruña will play in these playoffs that will determine the third team that will compete next season among the greats of Spanish football.
Deportivo finished sixth on the La Liga 2 leaderboard, and as a result, will play with Málaga, hoping to qualify for the final playoff of the competition with four teams.
Deportivo La Coruña comes from a 2-0 home win over Cordoba in their last game of the season, with goals from Borja Valle and Pedro Sanchez.
Jose Marti’s men in their last seven games, only lost for one occasion, their defensive solidity owes much to Eneko Boveda and Domingos Duarte.
Deportivo in front of its fans in the last twenty-two matches only have three defeats, but have had many draws in competitive games.
Málaga also won their last regular season home game, where they defeated Elche 3-0. With this result now takes six games without losing and with five consecutive victories.
The men of Victor Sanchez had a fabulous end to the season, since they did not lose, they are doing excellent exhibitions.
The recent form of Málaga was also stimulated by a very solid defense, with Luis Hernandez and Diego Gonzalez in style. Málaga has high morals, and they hope to take advantage of that, and go to this game with the advantage of playing the second at home.
The team has scored goals regularly and in this game they want to continue with this record.
Málaga are in good shape, and this game will be a good test for them, whether or not they have enough capacity to play among the greats of Spanish football. This game promises to be very interesting, and I believe both teams can score goals.