Alavés will defend this Monday, at the close of the seventh matchday of LaLiga SmartBank, the lead at home against a Cartagena that will try to steal a throne that they crave two points apart, in the same way as Las Palmas and Granada, which precisely They will face each other with the same goal as the team from Cartagena.

The leader of the Second Division, undefeated and with 14 points, will experience a high duel at the Cartagonova Municipal Stadium that could open gaps against one of its top competitors in the first month of competition. To do this, Cartagena will try to continue its good run of results, in which they have two consecutive victories, this Monday at the close of the day.

Luis García Plaza’s team has proven to be the most reliable team in the category so far based on good results. And this Sunday they obtained their greatest reward by taking the lead for the first time, after beating Huesca 2-1. However, on the lookout for their place will be Granada and Las Palmas, the latter given its opportunity to recover what it lost the previous day in Santander by drawing against Racing.

And this time they will live another high duel against Granada, who have also tasted glory in the first six games played. The Andalusians will travel to Las Palmas in a state of improvement after leaving behind the double setback suffered in Andorra and Ipurúa, returning to the path of victory against Mirandés to once again be among the four favorites.

Precisely, closely, with 10 units, they are being pursued by a total of four teams including Eibar, one of the candidates for direct promotion positions. The Basques will receive a Racing come to more, which has added its four points in the last two days, while Andorra wants to cling to the top of the table against Albacete, looking to add after failing to do so against Cartagena and Ponferradina.

Another of the duels for promotion positions will be that of Burgos against Levante. Also, Villarreal B, who continue to make their stadium an insurmountable fiefdom, will travel to Malaga to face the penultimate ranked team, who have Pepe Mel on the bench for the first time.

The day will open this Friday with the duel of contrasts between Sporting, which is not going through its best moment, and Ibiza, which has added its only two victories in the last two games. From the bottom, Leganés, with 4 points, travels to Huesca, with three more units, while bottom side Mirandés will receive Zaragoza on a roll.


-Friday, September 23.

Real Sporting – UD Ibiza 21.00.

-Saturday, September 24.

SD Huesca – Leganés 14.00.

CD Mirandes – Real Zaragoza 16.15.

Málaga – Villarreal B 18.30.

Ponferradina – Tenerife 18.30.

-Sunday September 25.

Burgos CF – Levante 14.00.

Lugo – Real Oviedo 16.15.

Albacete – FC Andorra 18.30.

Eibar – Racing Santander 18.30.

Las Palmas – Granada 21.00.

-Monday, September 26.

Cartagena – Alaves 21.00.