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Pomegranate and Osasuna This Tuesday they are updated in the classification by playing in Los Cármenes the match that they had pending from the fourth day, a key clash for the Andalusians not to lose the wake of the first six classified and for the Navarrese to leave the relegation places.

He Pomegranate faces the game after falling to Real Madrid (2-0), the Eibar (2-0) and the Barcelona (0-4) in three of their last four LaLiga Santander matches, beating only Valencia (2-1); while Osasuna does so after the boost of morale that the draw against Zinedine's men has meant. Zidane in The Sadar.

The Andalusians, who remain seventh in the standings, will look for a victory that allows them not to move away from the first six and reach some 27 points that allow them to put even more land in between with the relegation places and equal the records of the first round from last season.

The technician Diego Martinez They will not be able to count on central Jesús Vallejo, who was sent off in Saturday's clash against Barcelona; nor with the Colombian central Neyder lozano, long-term injured.

The Galician coach maintains the doubts of the French medium Maxime Gonalons and the defenses Victor Diaz and Joaquín Marín ‘Quini', Which in the end were low in front of the Barça but to those he hopes to be able to recover for this Tuesday, at least some of them.

Media Recovery Angel Montoro and Luis Milla, who each played for a while against Barcelona, ​​will allow them to join them at the beginning in a midfield that Diego Martinez will repopulate to try to recover the best version of the team.

The main novelty in the starting eleven compared to the previous crash, in addition to the return of Luis MillaIt will be the presence of Colombian Luis Suárez, who was initially on the bench against Barcelona.

Osasuna accumulates four consecutive draws (Elche, Alavés, Real Sociedad, Real Madrid) so it will seek to add its first victory two months and nineteen days after achieving it for the last time on October 24 against the Athletic from Bilbao.

The data of the Granada – Osasuna

Coach, Jagoba Arrasate, has indicated that tomorrow will be a “different” match, but “equally” complicated than the last one with the purpose that the Navarrese continue to show “the defensive strength to find a good result.”

Granada will be a tough nut to crack for some reddish players who do not keep a good memory of their last match. The Andalusian team passed over the Navarrese last season in The Sadar (0-3) thanks to a double of Machís, player who emerged as the best.

Sweep yourself he is aware of the football improvement of his players and the last draw against Real Madrid raised the morale of his pupils to face a difficult month of January.

Tomorrow's will be the second game in four days for the people of Pamplona. The Berriatua coach could introduce changes in the starting eleven to give the team freshness.

Nonetheless, Osasuna He will play the Copa del Rey against Espanyol on Sunday at 12:00 hours and it could be then when the coach will put the less usual on the green.

One player who seems untouchable is Rubén García. The 14 rojillo is showing a high level in the last days with the Argentine Calleri at the leading edge. In addition, the talented midfielder becomes involved defensively whenever his teammates require help.

Lucas Torró has entered the squad of 23 players after recovering from his injury, while Adrián López is still unable to be with the group.

Jagoba Sweep yourself has summoned 23 players for the fourth day of LaLiga Santander: S. Herrera, Juan Pérez, I. Álvarez; Nacho Vidal, Juan Cruz, Unai García, David García, Facu Roncaglia, Raúl Navas, Aridane; Oier, Jony, R. Torres, Kike Barja, Rubén García, Iñigo Pérez, Torró, Moncayola, Javi Martínez; Calleri, Budimir, Brandon, Enric Gallego.

Pomegranate: Rui Silva; Foulquier, Domingos Duarte, Germán, Carlos Neva; Luis Milla, Montoro, Yangel Herrera; Machís, Luis Suárez and Soldado.

Osasuna: Sergio Herrera; Nacho Vidal, Aridane, David García, Juan Cruz; Roberto Torres, Oier, Íñigo Pérez, Jony; Rubén García, Calleri.

Referee: Pablo González Fuertes (Asturian Committee)

Stadium: New Los Cármenes.

Time: 19.00 hours.

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