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RCD Mallorca and Rayo Vallecano face off at the Visit Mallorca Estadi a transcendental duel, specifically for the vermilions, in the thirty-seventh day of LaLiga Santander, the penultimate of the championship. The Majorcans face a direct face-to-face for permanence, where they urgently need to win to aspire to get out of the relegation positions in which they are located.

Mallorca is eighteenth with 33 points, two away from Cádiz (35), seventeenth, and four away from Granada who, sixteenth with 37, who has won his last two games, the first precisely by a landslide in Son Moix (2-6). However, the vermilion also know that a victory would be worth it to put pressure on the people of Cadiz, who after losing 3-0 at the Reale Arena against Real Sociedad are measured at home to Real Madridalready mathematical champion, where they need to win too, with which they would be very close to permanence.

From arrival at Javier Aguirre’s bench On March 24, the Balearic Islands had two wins, one draw and four losses. They won at Atlético de Madrid and Alavéstied against Seville at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán stadium last day, while they have lost to Getafe, Elche, Barcelona and Granada. With those seven points added, however, the Mallorca He has fully entered the fight for permanence and is now playing a key match to vindicate his options to stay in Santander League.

Vedat Muriqi is being one of the best of Mallorca in the last matches, although the Balearic Islands need to increase their effectiveness in front of the rival goal. In the first round, Rayo beat RCD Mallorca 3-1 in Vallecas, thanks to goals from Sergi Guardiola, Alvaro Garcia and Oscar Trejo, from penalties.

Manolo Queen returned to the RCD Mallorca goal on the last day against Sevilla and left a formidable performance, after the doubts he left Sergio Rico against Granada (2-6). Everything seems to indicate that he will repeat under the three sticks of the Balearic team, which kept the door to zero in the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán stadium. The game is played with unified schedule to the rest of the games, except for two of them that have nothing at stake, such as the Espanyol – Valencia and Celta – Elche.

When is Mallorca – Rayo Vallecano played?

the match is played Today, Sunday, May 15, at 7:30 p.m.

Where to watch Mallorca – Rayo Vallecano?

The meeting can be seen at Movistar LaLiga 3 (49) y Movistar LaLiga 5 (171), canals of the Movistar Plus platform. You can follow all the information about the match live on the Mundo Deportivo website.