Today's matches, June 17, in LaLiga and in Segunda: schedules and TV

Half week and half day both in First and Second Division with up to seven games in the same afternoon-night for all tastes. Basque derby in First, Madrid in Second and several games for salvation in both categories.

Today's Games, June 17

LaLiga Santander

Eibar-Athletic (7:30 p.m. – Movistar LaLiga)

To open this Wednesday day, what better than a Basque derby in Ipurúa. Athletic will arrive in Eibar after a fight drawn this weekend with Atlético de Madrid and with Europe in the crosshairs. Eibar, already accustomed to playing without his faithful fans (he played behind closed doors before the break), continues in his fight to stay in First Division. With six losses in the last ten games, you need to add. Both coaches will vary little the ounces for this encounter.

Valladolid-Celta (7:30 p.m. – Movistar LaLiga 1)

Valladolid and Celta accompany Athletic and Eibar to open this Wednesday matchday in the First Division in a duel open for permanence. Those of Ronaldo could be detached from the burning area almost permanently if they manage to win a Celta who arrives touched in this restart after falling to Villarreal. The light blue need points and that their players step forward to start getting out of the jam, to which they would put their rival if they manage to win. The draw would solve little for the locals but even less for the visitors, who have a good chance after Espanyol's draw and the defeats of Mallorca and Leganés.

Osasuna-Atlético (22:00 – Movistar LaLiga)

To close the day in First, Atlético's visit to Pamplona. The rojiblancos continue in their attempt to reach the Champions League positions, from which they do not take off but to those who have not just returned at the rate of three to three points. After the draw at San Mamés, Osasuna does not seem the most appealing rival. Some red ones that live in the middle of the table with some tranquility (+10 on the descent) although they should not be trusted. Both come from two draws but those of Cholo are not worth it. The Argentine will go with a very offensive eleven in which he recovers Joao Félix.

First Classification

Barcelona's victory against Leganes this Tuesday leaves Setien's top. Of those who play today, Atlético fights for the Champions, Athletic for the Europa League and Valladolid, Celta and Eibar, for permanence. Osasuna looks at everyone with some calm in this final stretch. Consult the classification of the First Division.

LaLiga Smartbank

Extremadura-Albacete (19:30 – Movistar LaLiga 2)

The duel that is played this afternoon in Almendralejo will undoubtedly mark the fight to stay in professional football. Extremadura and Albacete are neighbors in the classification (32 and 35 points, 21st and 20th) and are not far from leaving the descent But today, if the Alcaraz win, they would be promoted at the expense of Extremadura. If it is the other way around, the locals would tie on points with the Whites putting another one in the fight day after day. The duel is vital for both of them, who have not yet won in this restart.

Almería-Las Palmas (7:30 p.m. – GOAL)

With different but equally important objectives, both Almería and Las Palams face this meeting at the Mediterranean Games Stadium. Gutiérrez's men are eagerly pursuing a direct promotion that neither Zaragoza nor Cádiz release while Las Palmas, which had its sights set on higher goals at the beginning of the season, is in a deceptive half of the table just three from relegation and has not won since the December 15. Someday the streak will have to be broken, will it be in Almería? Those of the 14 will do everything so that that does not happen.

Oviedo-Deportivo (19:30 – #Let's go)

There is no decaf duel this Wednesday in the Second Division. The same permanence train that passes through Almendralejo will also stop at the Tartiere with a ticket for Depor or Oviedo. Both are stuck in the classification in the most cruel way: tied on points but with the Galicians in decline and the Asturians, saved. A draw would maintain the cold war status quo in which every goal matters. If there is victory, local or visitor, the situation will change but the duel for permanence will continue. Five without winning for Depor for a last victory for Oviedo in old normality.

Rayo Vallecano-Fuenlabrada (21:45 h – Movistar LaLiga)

The day of the silver category closes the second derby of the day after Eibar-Athletic. Rayo Vallecano and Fuenlabrada meet in Vallecas to enjoy the second episode of the east derby in the south of the capital. The franjirrojos let points escape in the Torres several months ago and also in Carranza for less than a week living subscribed to the tie (17 van). Fuenlabrada, with Sandoval, an old acquaintance of the rayista parish, on his bench will try to lift the flight that those of Jemez maintain but never finish taking off. The direction of both is the promotion playoff.

Second Division Classification

In a category that has changed its leader after the Cádiz draw, today's matches will mark the bottom and the upper half of the standings. Extremadura and Albacete are penultimate and antepenultimate with Deportivo as a neighbor from above and Racing, from below. Oviedo marks the permanence with 36. Las Palmas lives in an uneasy half of the table and Rayo, Fuenlabrada and Almería fight for the playoff. The Andalusians want to enter the direct promotion while the people of Madrid try to get a place in the qualifying rounds. Check the classification of Second Division.

Tomorrow's games June 18

LaLiga Santander

Alavés-Real Sociedad (7:30 p.m. – Movistar LaLiga)

Real Madrid-Valencia (22:00 h – Movistar LaLiga)

LaLiga Smartbank

Huesca-Mirandés (7:30 p.m. – Movistar LaLiga 1)

Numancia-Cádiz (7:30 p.m. – GOAL)

Alcorcón-Sporting (21:45 – Movistar LaLiga 1)