Standings

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

Results

Sunday, February 16, 2020
Tenerife 0 - 0 Rayo Vallecano
Racing Santander 0 - 2 Real Sporting de Gijón
Ponferradina 0 - 0 Extremadura UD
Cádiz 0 - 1 Málaga
Fuenlabrada 0 - 1 Lugo
Mirandés 1 - 1 Albacete
Saturday, February 15, 2020
Elche 1 - 2 Real Zaragoza
Numancia 1 - 1 Las Palmas
Real Oviedo 1 - 2 Alcorcón
Huesca 3 - 2 Almería
Friday, February 14, 2020
Deportivo De La Coruña 2 - 2 Girona
Sunday, February 9, 2020
Málaga 2 - 1 Numancia
Rayo Vallecano 1 - 1 Real Oviedo
Lugo 2 - 2 Elche
Real Sporting de Gijón 2 - 2 Mirandés
Alcorcón 0 - 1 Deportivo De La Coruña
Albacete 1 - 1 Ponferradina

Fixtures

Sunday, December 15, 2019
Rayo Vallecano 9:00 PM Albacete
Wednesday, February 19, 2020
Mirandés 10:00 PM Real Zaragoza
Friday, February 21, 2020
Real Sporting de Gijón 10:00 PM Cádiz
Saturday, February 22, 2020
Almería 5:00 PM Fuenlabrada
Alcorcón 5:00 PM Las Palmas
Tenerife 7:15 PM Elche
Girona 7:15 PM Ponferradina
Albacete 9:30 PM Numancia
Sunday, February 23, 2020
Lugo 1:00 PM Real Oviedo
Real Zaragoza 5:00 PM Deportivo De La Coruña
Málaga 7:15 PM Racing Santander
Extremadura UD 7:15 PM Mirandés
Rayo Vallecano 10:00 PM Huesca
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

deportivo-de-la-coruna vs racing-santander Tip Reason:

Racing are the worst away team in the Spanish second division, with just seven travelling points to their name. Only two teams have scored fewer travelling goals than Racing in the league this season. They average only 0.72 goals away from home. Racing rank as the fifth-worst team in the division when it comes to shots taken. Depor moving forward Having reached the play-offs last season, only to go down in the semi-finals, Depor would’ve had their sights set on another push for promotion this time around, though things have gone horribly wrong for the Galician team. As things stand, La Coruna find themselves looking up at every other Segunda side. Fortunately, they’re not yet chasing a lost cause as they’re only four points from safety. It’s also fortunate things have started to improve of late. Depor have won each of their last two league matches, while this home game against a team that is also in the drop-zone represents a massive opportunity for Thursday’s hosts to continue moving in the right direction. It hasn’t been a straightforward campaign for Depor, but their last two efforts have been encouraging. Against Tenerife at this venue, La Coruna looked useful going forward, while they also did a good job of resisting at the back. Much of the same can be said of their efforts against Numancia last time out, except on that occasion they did an even better job of restricting their opponents, winning by a goal to nil. Racing on the back foot Much like Depor, Racing are in the middle of a poor campaign, though unlike Thursday’s hosts, they’ve not really moved forward of late. Santander have won none of their last five and just one of their last 16. It’s not that Racing are a side who continually get battered, they’ve lost only two of their last six and have drawn six of their last 10; but they seemingly find it impossible to get their noses in front. Their lack of wins is mainly down to a lack of forward power. Racing have failed to score in three of their last five, as well as in 41% of their games overall this term. When they have turned up in the final third, they’ve been let down at the back, winning just two of the games where they’ve scored more than once. Away from home, Thursday’s visitors have really struggled of late, especially in an attacking sense. They’ve won none of their last 11 away games, losing three of their last five. Moreover, they’ve scored just one goal in their last five travelling matches. Hosts to edge it Depor may be bottom of the league, but they’re up against a travelling side that have been very poor on the road of late. ‘Deportivo La Coruna to Win & Under 3.5 Goals’ catches the eye. After a couple of improved efforts, Depor are fancied to get the job done in low-scoring fashion. Neither they nor Racing are prolific, while less than four goals have gone in in eight of their last 10 matches combined. The recent attacking efforts of the hosts do exceed those of the visitors, who’ve scored in just one of their last five away matches. If La Coruna can repeat the performance that saw them beat Numancia by a goal to nil last time out, they can earn another much-needed victory. As such, we are backing 1-0 to Deportivo as our correct score tip.

Deportivo De La Coruña vs Racing Santander Betting Prediction:

Deportivo De La Coruña 2 1 Racing Santander
Tip: 1
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