Although October is not a month to play finals, the Cádiz-Alavés this afternoon can not be definite otherwise. Both teams are going through a difficult time. Those from Cervera have only won one game out of nine and have added two of the last 12 points. Those of Lane, for their part, they have also won just one match and all other matches are counted as losses. The team that loses can be very touched (follow the game live on AS.com).
Against Espanyol, Cervera chose to reinforce the midfield and the experiment went wrong. For the meeting this afternoon, the 4-4-2 is expected to return, with two variations with respect to the eleven of Barcelona. Perea would enter the band and Fali would regain his place in the axis of the zaga, to the detriment of Chust. The other change would be in the attack, where Lozano would leave his place to a Negredo in need of alegrías. The Madrid striker has only scored one goal so far in the league. “He can’t get inside the area and finish off. If I know it’s going to be a game that is going to be in the area, I use it,” Cervera said about the player at a press conference.
If for Cádiz the duel is important, for Alavés it is more so. The game against the yellows and the next against him Elche They are essential for Calleja. If you chain two defeats your exit could be precipitated. The logical thing is that the team that faced Betis last Monday hardly touched because despite losing, it gave good feelings. The Madrilenian will try to take the initiative in the game. Yesterday, in the press room, he made a declaration of intent. The goal of staying in the Centennial year, according to him, is going to be achieved one hundred percent.
Keys to the match
The Jonsson-Alarcón couple must launch Cádiz on the attack. The yellows need to find the best version of both players.
Alavés have only added three points so far this season and have not scored a single goal on their trips.
Against Espanyol, Cádiz circled the rival goal a lot, but without being able to finish. You need to take advantage of the occasions.
Javi Calleja’s future depends on the next two games: Cádiz away and Elche at home. Two defeats could precipitate his departure prematurely.
José Mari has once again been left off the list due to discomfort. “We think it’s not serious, but we don’t know,” Cervera said.
Aces to follow
The Madrilenian has only scored one goal and needs to regain his best version to help Cádiz.
It has grown exponentially in the last games of Alavés. Take the fouls and the corners.
Ups and downs
Cervera gave the call with 25 players. There will be two discards. José Mari and Garrido are still out. Calleja has the entire staff at his disposal. Repeat call and could repeat eleven.
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