Monday’s only La Liga meeting is played between Las Palmas and Malaga. Before this match, there is every reason to plan a small space in two hours in the schedule on Monday night when it is really astonishing with anxiety.
It is a struggle against the nest, where the winner probably gets a pretty good position to save his contract in the spring. The loser, on the other hand, loses even more land in the table, something that they simply can not afford at the moment.
Malaga has seven points up to safe ground, while Las Palmas has six points. A victory for the home team would mean that new contracts are just a victory away in the margin. Highest affordable before the end of the season.
Malaga in clearly understaffed
The gaming companies maintain the rightful home team as favorites here and our instinctive feeling is that it’s right. On the other hand, Las Palmas is a team hard to trust, as they proved over and over this season. Suddenly they are joking by hitting Valencia with 2-1, but by the way, it’s the most scoring point in the finish line.
At the same time, Malaga is weakly weak and the coach has no further effect. With 14 goals scored, it is easy to see where the team falls and even if they are now on two straight crossings after five losses, there is not much that tells Malaga to drop Las Palmas here. Segrar feels far away for Malaga right now.
Las Palmas comes to play with virtually the best possible team. Only Momo is not available for Paco Jemez and his Las Palmas.
Significantly worse it appears to the guests who have no less than five players away. Diego Rolan, Adalberto Penanranda, Juan Carlos Perez and Miguel Torres are injured. Gonzalo Castra is off. In addition, Federico Ricca and Diego Gonzalez are highly unsafe for play.
Our Prediction: DRAW @ 1.90