UD Las Palmas will defend the leadership of LaLiga SmartBank against a Málaga in crisis and the impetus of SD Eibar, second and that receives Burgos with the purpose of recovering the first place in the table, in the most outstanding matches of the thirty-first day, which starts this Friday with Oviedo-Tenerife.

The goalless draw (0-0) in Andorra for the ‘yellow team’ does not tarnish a 2022-23 course in which mathematics proves the leader right, who has gone 10 games without losing, six without conceding a goal and who has occupied a promotion place in 25 of the 30 days played so far.

On the other hand, this match allowed Eibar to come within just one point, with 56, of ‘UD’ after a suffered victory (0-1) in Tenerife with which they recovered one of the two places for direct promotion to LaLiga Santander to the detriment of Levante, truncated the ‘Calleja effect’ in Huesca.

The Catalans are now third after seeing how Huesca ended their 20-game streak without defeat and broke the positive inertia since Javier Calleja came to his bench that had lifted him to second place. Against Albacete, sixth and who marks the ‘play-off’ for promotion, he is confident of getting back on track.

The day closes on Monday with Racing-Huesca, in which Cuco Ziganda’s men will try to speed up their options to get closer to the ‘play-off’ and extend their series of five games without losing -two wins and three draws- to cut the distance of 10 points that separates them from the dream of recovering their place in the elite.

–DAY 31.

– Friday the 10th.

Oviedo-Tenerife 21:00.

– Saturday 11.

Eibar-Burgos 16:15.

Alaves-Lugo 18:30.

Ibiza-Villarreal B 18:30.

Las Palmas-Malaga 21:00.

– Sunday 12.

Zaragoza-Leganés 14:00.

Sporting-Mirandés 16:15.

Cartagena-Andorra 18:30.

Levante-Albacete 18:30.

Granada-Ponferradina 21:00.

– Monday 13.

Racing-Huesca 21:00.

By Lay

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