Standings

# Team MP W D L F A G P
1 Cádiz 29 15 7 7 38 27 +11 52
2 Real Zaragoza 29 14 9 6 42 28 +14 51
3 Almería 29 12 11 6 46 30 +16 47
4 Huesca 29 14 4 11 35 30 +5 46
5 Girona 29 13 6 10 38 33 +5 45
6 Elche 29 10 10 9 36 31 +5 40
7 Rayo Vallecano 28 8 15 5 35 28 +7 39
8 Fuenlabrada 29 9 12 8 29 27 +2 39
9 Numancia 29 9 11 9 34 31 +3 38
10 Alcorcón 29 8 14 7 33 32 +1 38
11 Real Sporting de Gijón 29 10 8 11 28 29 -1 38
12 Mirandés 29 8 14 7 39 41 -2 38
13 Ponferradina 29 8 13 8 35 33 +2 37
14 Málaga 29 8 13 8 26 25 +1 37
15 Las Palmas 29 9 10 10 33 34 -1 37
16 Tenerife 29 9 9 11 35 35 +0 36
17 Deportivo De La Coruña 29 8 10 11 28 42 -14 34
18 Albacete 28 9 6 13 22 34 -12 33
19 Lugo 29 7 11 11 27 39 -12 32
20 Extremadura UD 29 7 9 13 27 39 -12 30
21 Real Oviedo 29 6 11 12 34 42 -8 29
22 Racing Santander 29 3 15 11 27 37 -10 24

Results

Sunday, February 23, 2020
Rayo Vallecano 2 - 0 Huesca
Málaga 2 - 0 Racing Santander
Extremadura UD 3 - 2 Mirandés
Real Zaragoza 3 - 1 Deportivo De La Coruña
Lugo 1 - 0 Real Oviedo
Saturday, February 22, 2020
Albacete 2 - 1 Numancia
Tenerife 1 - 0 Elche
Girona 2 - 0 Ponferradina
Alcorcón 1 - 1 Las Palmas
Almería 0 - 0 Fuenlabrada
Friday, February 21, 2020
Real Sporting de Gijón 1 - 0 Cádiz
Wednesday, February 19, 2020
Mirandés 1 - 1 Real Zaragoza
Sunday, February 16, 2020
Tenerife 0 - 0 Rayo Vallecano
Ponferradina 0 - 0 Extremadura UD
Racing Santander 0 - 2 Real Sporting de Gijón
Cádiz 0 - 1 Málaga
Mirandés 1 - 1 Albacete
Fuenlabrada 0 - 1 Lugo

Fixtures

Sunday, December 15, 2019
Rayo Vallecano 9:00 PM Albacete
Friday, February 28, 2020
Las Palmas 10:00 PM Málaga
Saturday, February 29, 2020
Ponferradina 5:00 PM Real Sporting de Gijón
Huesca 5:00 PM Extremadura UD
Cádiz 7:15 PM Almería
Albacete 9:30 PM Rayo Vallecano
Racing Santander 10:00 PM Real Zaragoza
Sunday, March 1, 2020
Mirandés 1:00 PM Girona
Elche 5:00 PM Numancia
Deportivo De La Coruña 5:00 PM Lugo
Real Oviedo 7:15 PM Tenerife
Fuenlabrada 7:15 PM Alcorcón
Friday, March 6, 2020
Lugo 10:00 PM Cádiz
Saturday, March 7, 2020
Girona 5:00 PM Albacete
Extremadura UD 5:00 PM Real Oviedo
Huesca 7:15 PM Fuenlabrada
Numancia 7:15 PM Racing Santander
Almería 10:00 PM Deportivo De La Coruña

malaga Team News:


If the hosts switch things up, then the likes of Diego Caballo and Matias Nahuel could come in from the start.

deportivo-de-la-coruna Team News:


Depor aren't likely to change much after their plan worked last time out.

malaga vs deportivo-de-la-coruna Head to Head:

La Coruna have won two of the last five renewals of this fixture, while Malaga have won just once during that time. Depor won the first leg of this play-off tie by four goals to two.

malaga vs deportivo-de-la-coruna Tip Reason:

Things didn’t go to plan for Malaga on Tuesday evening. Despite leading twice, first after 18 minutes and then after 37, the highest play-off finishers came unstuck, as they lost by four goals to two. After that result, Juan Ramón López Muñiz’s men have it all to do on Saturday evening. Given that they were facing a side that had been very, very strong away from home, a side that they’d failed to beat in two attempts during the regular season, it wasn’t difficult to see Depor having a tough evening on Tuesday, though that wasn’t the case, as they delivered a timely high-quality performance. Instead of setting out to dominate proceedings with the ball, Depor adopted a slightly more pragmatic approach, which allowed them to hit Malaga on the counter. As they created 2.22 expected goals for and found the net on four occasions, such an approach paid dividends. While Depor made light work of creating scoring opportunities, Malaga weren’t overly impressive in the final third, despite scoring twice. Their first goal came from a pleasing cross, though they required a wonder strike from Javier Ontiveros for them to notch a second time. Aside from that, Tuesday’s visitors failed to carve out anything clear-cut, as an expected goals for total of 0.67 suggests. Malaga are one of Segunda’s better teams on home soil; they ended the regular campaign having won 12, drawn four and lost five of their 21 home games, while they scored 28 goals and conceded only 14 goals. Such a record is reasonably impressive, but thanks to the aggregate score-line, this game could still be problematic for the hosts, who’ve given themselves something of a mountain to climb. Given that they’re a good side at home, it’s not surprising that Malaga come into this game as favourites, though considering how the game panned out on Tuesday, it’s easy to feel that the hosts are slightly short. Similarly, Depor look somewhat overpriced. Not only did the visitors win on Tuesday, but they’ve now avoided defeat in each of three games against Malaga this season. What’s more, as we saw in the first leg, Depor, who ended the regular season with the third-best defensive record on the road, look comfortable allowing Malaga onto them before pouncing on the counter, so it would no surprise to see Jose Marti Soler’s men thrive in this second leg. Frankly, given everything we know about the two teams and what we saw when they met just a few days ago, Depor have a better chance of avoiding defeat.

Málaga vs Deportivo De La Coruña Betting Prediction:

Málaga 0 1 Deportivo De La Coruña
Tip: x2
Odds
1.61
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