He Deportivo Alavés of Asier Garitano seeks to take another step towards permanence in First division for this atypical end of season. To do this, he will face this Wednesday in Mendizorroza against the Granada by Diego Martínez, who in recent weeks has deflated and has not been able to see victory from the first meeting on the ‘lap’ of the competition against Getafe. A must for visitors if they want to re-engage in the fight for seventh place in order to play in Europe next season.
Both arrive at low hours, since the locals perished in their last match against Atlético de Madrid despite offering an improved image and the Andalusians, who fell to Eibar at home. Those of Garitano need to find the good feelings that led to the victory against Real Sociedad, the only victory after the break, when they weigh the four hard losses in this new league start.
The Vitorian team will again present changes in the eleven, something that already happened before the mattresses where there were up to nine changes in the starting team. Fernando Pacheco It is the only confirmed loss, so the goal will be protected by Roberto Jiménez.
As for Granada, coach Diego Martínez will have to face the game with numerous losses. The central Germán Sánchez The clash will be lost due to the accumulation of cards, while the Portuguese goalkeeper Rui Silva, the defenders Álex Martínez, Joaquín Marín ‘Quini’ and the Colombian Neyder Lozano, the winger Álvaro Vadillo and the media Ángel Montoro and the Frenchman Maxime Gonalons are still injured.
Alavés: Roberto; Ximo, Laguardia, Magallán, Duarte; Vidal, Pina, Camarasa, Rioja; Joselu and Lucas Pérez.
Granada: Aaron; Foulquier, Vallejo, Domingos Duarte, Martínez, Carlos Neva; Yan Eteki, Azeez; Antonio Puertas, Antoñín and Soldado.
Referee: Eduardo Prieto Iglesias (Navarrese Committee).