Primera: Malaga vs Santander
Malaga has a perfect chances to establish themselves at the third position at the table for the first time since the start of the season. This means that they would improve their chances for getting the Champions League ticket at the end of the season as they are currently at fifth position with two points less than third placed Valencia. Hosts were in a great form being undefeated for six matches in a row (winning five out of these six), before they have lost to Betis at home last weekend by 0:2 result. That loss came pretty unexpected for them and after that game none could expect that they would still remain at the same difference with points with their closes rivals, but Valencia and Levante failed to win and this is now a perfect chance for big spending Malaga to improve their chances on getting Champions League ticket. Malaga will have few players out for this game as Joaquin Sanchez, Jeremy Toulalan, Willy Caballero, Julio Baptista and Juanmi are all unfit for this clash, still their squad is deep enough to overcome one of the weakest teams in Primera.
Santander, on the other side, is still battling not to relegate, but their chances look slimmer and slimmer as the rounds go by. They are second from the bottom with the same number of points as last placed Sporting Gijon and hard time is in front of them as they are seven points below safe placed Villarreal. Still, the guests haven’t won in previous twelve matches, since the middle of January when they won over Osasuna away from home which was actually their first and only victory on the road. The team have additionally lost six out of last eight matches and Segunda looks like a certain thing for them next season. In front of this game Racing Santander has also injury worries and the coach will have to call even players from their second team as Tono, Jose Picon and Lautaro Acosta are all out injured.
Bet: Malaga -1.25 Asian Handicap @1.86 with Bet365
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