Real Zaragoza, leader of LaLiga Hypermotion, puts its unbeaten record at stake against the recently promoted Racing de Ferrol, while the other undefeated team in the competition, Espanyol, visits Tenerife, in the two most notable matches of matchday seven of the Second Division.

The Maño team lost its first points of the year last day in a difficult draw (1-1) against Racing de Santander and now visits ‘Á Malata’ on Monday (9:00 p.m.) to face the Ferrol team. For the moment, the return to the ‘silver’ category does not weigh on him, displaying an eye-catching, as well as effective, game that allows him to finish eighth, although he has gone three games without winning.

Second-placed Espanyol visits Tenerife also this Monday (9:00 p.m.) after adding their second draw against Eldense last week. The island team seems to be finding a cruising rhythm, with four victories in this good start, a streak that allows them to go fourth in the table. However, they will face the Catalan team, the great favorite for direct promotion, and who are confirming the predictions at this start of the campaign.

The day opens with Cartagena-Eibar this Friday (9:00 p.m.), a duel in which the bottom team receives a team that is close to the relegation zone, and is experiencing a very tough season after two years of being very close to promotion. .

One of the focuses of attention will be Oviedo, after dismissing its until now coach, Álvaro Cervera, this Thursday. However, he already has a substitute: Luis Carrión, who is in charge of sitting on the bench against Valladolid at home (Saturday, 4:15 p.m.). The Carbayón team will have to put an end to doubts in this uncertain start in LaLiga Hypermotion, against a team from Valladolid that has recently been relegated and is mired in the midst of an institutional crisis.

The fifth classified, Levante, one of the teams that is having the best performance at this start, with an increasingly established game under the command of Javi Calleja, receives Eldense (Saturday, 4:15 p.m.), who arrives with morale through the roof after scraping a draw against the powerful Espanyol, in a duel that was won until the 104th minute, when the ‘parakeets’ tied desperately.

In addition, a Leganés in good shape and third in the table visits the tough Miranda de Ebro field (Sunday, 6:30 p.m.), to play against a Mirandés affected after losing to Amorebieta, while Sporting, sixth in the standings, travels to Andorra (Saturday, 2:00 p.m.) to face Éder Sarabia’s team, who this year, in addition to the elaborate game, are following the results.

Another of those relegated from first class and that is having a hard time changing category is Elche, which is in the middle table and visits Burgos in El Plantío (Saturday, 6:30 p.m.), where it will seek to continue the path of victory, after the achieved last weekend against Leganés at the Martínez Valero.


-Friday, September 22.

Cartagena – Eibar 21.00.

-Saturday 23.

Andorra – Sporting de Gijón 14.00.

Levante – Eldense 16.15.

Burgos – Elche 18.30.

Alcorcón – Huesca 21.00.

Racing de Santander – Albacete21.00.

-Domingo 24.

Villarreal ‘B’ – Amorebieta14.00.

Real Oviedo – Real Valladolid 16.15.

Mirandés – Leganés18.30.

-Monday 25.

Racing de Ferrol – Real Zaragoza 21.00.

Tenerife – Espanyol 21.00.