Alavés, Alhama, Villarreal and Sporting will play permanence and Eibar is promoted to the F League


Deportivo Alavés, Alhama CF El Pozo, Villarreal and Sporting Club Huelva will be played next week in the thirtieth and final round of the Finetwork Liga F 2022-2023, where two teams are relegated to the First Federation, while SD Eibar returned to the top flight.

The penultimate day of the F League this weekend had its maximum attention on the fight for permanence, an objective achieved by two of the six teams involved, Real Betis and Levante Las Planas, while another four will live one last game heart attack, especially Deportivo Alavés Gloriosas and Alhama CF El Pozo, who will meet in Vitoria, where victory will only be worth it to have a chance of salvation since they will need Villarreal or Sporting, who are two points behind, to fail.

The team from Vitoria was fighting to get out of the bottom position because they were winning 0-1 at the Luis del Sol Sports City with a goal from Elba Vergés, but a penalty goal from Ángela Sosa in the final stretch of the second half meant the tie that gave salvation to Betis.

For their part, Alhama also stayed with 20 points, who could not carry out their ‘final’ at home against Sporting Club Huelva, with whom they drew goalless, while Villarreal dreamed at times of the permanence that was expected of them. he escaped dramatically in the 94th minute of their match against Atlético Madrid, at which point Rasheedat Abijade neutralized Fatou Kanteh’s 42nd-minute goal.

The Castellón team will play it at home against Athletic Club, while the Huelva team will do so at home against Levante Las Planas who managed to stay in the F League for another year thanks to their victory over Real Sociedad with another vital goal from Irina Uribe past game time.

In addition, FC Barcelona returned to winning ways (3-0) against an Athletic Club that held out until the 61st minute, when Caroline Graham Hansen opened the scoring. The former Irene Paredes and Salma Paralluelo, already in added time, extended the victory at the Johan Cruyff.

Real Madrid also took the theoretically most attractive duel of the weekend against Levante UD, to which they traced the early double of the ‘pichichi’ Alba Redondo with goals from Sandie Toletti and Caroline Weir, this time twice. Madrid CFF remains one point behind Atlético in fourth place after beating Valencia 2-0 (Racheal Kundananji and Lucía Pardo) and UDG Tenerife rose to sixth place after defeating Sevilla 3-1 with the winning goals from minute 90 (Claudia Roldán and Gift Monday).

On the other hand, SD Eibar returned to Liga F a year after they were relegated. Despite drawing without goals against Granada, Deportivo Abanca signed the same result against DUX Logroño and Osasuna lost to Cacereño 1-0. The Galician, Granada, Navarrese and Extremaduran teams will be the ones that will dispute the ‘playoff’ that gives the other ticket to the professional category.