Matchday 26 of La Liga begins with the confrontation between Real Valladolid vs. Athletic Bilbao, an interesting duel in which the locals will try to take advantage of their location to settle a good result against a squad that is not going through a good moment in the competition. Below, we present the preview of this match and our recommended forecast.
Valladolid prepares for the arrival of a downcast Athletic Bilbao, on which he will seek to add a victory that allows him to improve his situation in the table.
The José Zorrilla Stadium will host the commitment that will start the programming for the date 26 of the Santander League, which starts at 3:00 pm, Colombian time.
Real Valladolid appears in this match after having drawn 1-1 against Elche last date, a result with little flavor. Because it was against an accessible rival who could be beaten without any problems.
The locals come to this duel with the intention of adding 3 points, since they are located in box 14 with 28 units. Only two difference with respect to the relegation zone. Besides, Roque Mesa and Martín Hongla are absent due to suspension and will not be there either, but Machís, Amallah and Anuar will not be there, while Luis Pérez, Olaza and Joaquín remain in doubt.
For the statistics, he will face an adversary against whom he has developed good numbers, losing just 2 of the 5 most recent commitments they have played in La Liga.
Sergio Asenjo; Ivan Fresneda, Joaquín Fernández, Jawad El Yamiq, Lucas Olaza; Roque Mesa; Gonzalo Plata, Alvaro Aguado, Iván Sánchez, Óscar Plano; Cyle Larin.
Athletic Bilbao comes from playing a tough game against Barcelona. In the end they ended up losing 1-0. The current moment of Los Leones is not encouraging, chaining 5 matches without being able to win and losing 4 of them.
Despite this, they are in ninth place in the Spanish tournament, with 33 units. 5 of difference with respect to the European positions and very far from the red zone. Has won 2 of the last 4 visits to this coursehopeful numbers to seek to resume the path of victory this Friday.
Julen Agirrezabala; Oscar de Marcos, Dani Vivian, Íñigo Martínez, Íñigo Martínez; Dani Garcia, Mikel Vesga; Nico Williams, Raúl García, Alex Berenguer; Inaki Williams.
The Pucelano team has not lost as a local since January, only falling in 2 of the 7 most recent matches in the domestic tournament, both as visitors. This good performance gives them optimism to try to get a good result in this clash, especially since their rival is not going through a good moment.