Estepona Vs Cadiz Mirandill – The Madrid team is coming off a win over Girona. The good news is that Fali is available and Jose Mari is back in months
Estepona Vs Cadiz Mirandill
Of course, the news from Cádiz has moved a lot this week. On the one hand, there was good news from Fali, who is available after training normally during the week, despite the blow to the face in San Sebastian. As good news, there is also a return to the call of Jose Mari.
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Conversely, the bad news came from Bryan Ocampo with a cruciate ligament injury that will rule him out for the rest of the season. The Uruguayan defender has already been absent for the previous two games and everything points to Sergio continuing to focus on Ruben Sobrino to replace the loss of Ocampo.
Getafe, on the other hand, come in one point behind the Giallorossi after winning their last match against Girona 3-2. It must be admitted that the visiting Madrid team is not as reliable as it is at home.
Cadiz could field an eleven consisting of Conan, Iza, Fali, Luis Hernandez, Pacha, Escalante, Alcaraz, Bongonda, Alex, Sobrino and Roger. And Getafe can choose Soria, Damian, Jene, Duarte, Alderete, Porto, Maksimovic, Algobia, Munir, Mayoral and Unal.
The head coach of “Cadiz” Sergio Gonzalez spoke to the media before the match with “Getafe” and admitted that this duel will be very difficult. In addition, he also talked about Ocampo’s injury and spoke for Fali. The first thing the coach did was give a warning: “I want to warn you that it will be a very difficult game.” And he continued to analyze his opponent, stating that “they win a lot of duels, they have a team with very opposite players. They have players who have very clear ideas. We have to be patient on the field, break the stones and take advantage of all these things.”
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The obligatory question about Fali, who despite the heavy knock he picked up against Real, comes into this duel. “He’s brutal, to say the least, but after 48 hours he’s training well.”
And, of course, another pressing question was Ocampo’s injury. In this case, he explained that “this is a very delicate loss. He was in a very good and unusual moment and contributed a lot to the team. It was a solution to the problem in the field of attack. It was a significant reduction.”
Finally, he learned that it was his team’s turn to play again on Friday. “We take it as something like this. We can’t spend time thinking about this situation. He touched us like that and we have to deal with it. It’s part of football,” he said.
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The duel of leaders in the 4th group of the first RFEF. This time they are with someone who started in the first days of the championship, with Mar Menor and someone who is the master and lord this season: Antequera. From 17:00, El Mauli will host another top league game this Sunday.
The Antequera side, who have 12 points over Recreativo de Huelva, play Mar Menor in sixth place with 32 points, 20 points behind the Verdiblancos. The Ursia team comes to El Mouly after beating Cadiz Mirandilla 2-0. In the last five games, two wins, two draws and one loss to the guests, four wins and one draw in the table. Inevitably, Antequera is thinking about the next game, at home to Recreativo. This could be decisive (a win for the Malaga side could extend the gap to 15 points) for the rest of the season. But first, Mar Menor. Second RFEF/San Roque de Lepe-Vélez (Sunday, 12:30) Looking for a win to avoid relegation, Vélez go to Lepe with the intention of recovering from the last two defeats and not losing ground. ascending lead position. He is currently two points away from the fifth place. Against San Roc, Velenho’s team will be looking for the first win of the Michael Jolley era. The British coach, who is not yet sufficiently placed in the game in this category, will not have to lose against an opponent who won in the first round with two own goals from Velez in Vivar Telles. The main change could be the return of Damian Zamorano after two months out injured. San Roque are three points clear of Velenos and the opponents are solid in defence, conceding just five goals in their eleven games at Ciudad de Lepe. According to the report RFEF/Estepona-Montijo (Sunday, 12.00) Estepona goes for the win at Munoz Perez Estepona takes on Montijo with the need to win again in order not to leave the privileged positions. They start the day in sixth place, just one point out of the “play-off” zone. The inertia of five games without a win punishes the effort, but the morale has changed in the last three games. The fans are preparing a great atmosphere for Munoz Perez. The Badajoz team drew with Estepona in the first round and at the same time is aiming for the playoffs. Second RFEF/Yeclano-Torremolinos (Sunday, 12.00) Torremolinos will be hoping to show their best form as visitors Torremolinos remain in the relegation zone, although adding six points from the last nine games has given them at least an outside chance. Avoid going directly and instead on promotion. Ibon Arrieta’s side will be hoping to beat their version at home and have scored 11 points out of 23. The Basque coach saw how his team failed to score at home against UCAM Murcia and now needs to raise the bar if he wants to surprise Yeclano on the field. Third Division RFEF/El Palo-Malaga City (Sunday, 12.00) “Tanque” Silva throws it all at Nuevo San Ignacio Nuevo San Ignacio will have a great day on Sunday afternoon when “Tanque” Silva makes his debut. The 42-year-old famous Uruguayan striker comes to talk about his experience and goals in El Palo. All eyes are on the veteran striker who will form part of David Campagna’s squad. He left Guichard with an injury and does not believe in his rival Malaga City. And it is that the group formed by Adrián Dominguez comes into this derby after beating Malagueño and with a lot of confidence. RFEF/Marbella-Huétor Vega third (Sunday, 12.00) Marbella, before the “play-off” candidate for promotion, Marbella will receive a Huétor Vega at La Dama de Noche, who must score to access the “play-off” positions . Agus Alonso will be sidelined for at least two weeks with a four-legged stretch. De Lerma also touched and will be doubtful for the game. Priority, three points. Third Division RFEF/Almeria B-Atlético Malagueño (Sunday, 12.00) An interesting duel between the divisions that choose to move to the second division of RFEF Almeria and Malaga Academies met on Sunday in the application of the Mediterranean Games with the idea of adding three points. It was the second game in a row for Funes’ side after the defeat in Nerja, making this game vital to maintain fifth place. Paco is down due to disqualification and Murillo is back. Almeria B has two points from Malagenio. Third RFEF/Torre del Mar-Maracena (Saturday, 6:00 p.m.) Clinging to their stronghold in Juan Azuaga, Torre del Mar is hard at Juan Azuaga, where they have 21 points. After a heavy defeat in El Palo, where he started the possibility of direct promotion, he will aim to add a victory over Marasena, which will place him in fourth place and maintain his distance with sixth, against a rival who is for permanent fights. RFEF Women’s Second/Malaga-La Solana (Saturday, 16:00) Malaga’s good chance to score at Francisco Romero’s Malaga Women face Francisco Romero at the Rincon de la Victoria in a bid to move up the table to fourth in the group. 2 of the second RFEF. They are on the nineteenth day, La Solana, before the last and only with two