Spain – Segunda | Mirandes VS Real Zaragoza; Monday, 25 March at 03:00 GMT +8

Mirandes, a mid-table team in La Liga 2, struggled to secure a spot in the danger zone after dropping to 16th place after five losses in six matches, despite being on pace for another mid-table finish.

Real Zaragoza, relegated from La Liga in 2012/13, held a playoff spot for nearly a third of the season but dropped to 15th place, displaying terrible form similar to their opponent, and could easily fall into the relegation zone.

Daniel Luna, a midfielder, is expected to be sidelined due to an injury. Miguel Baeza and Javier Marton are also missing due to injuries. Coach Alessio Lisci expressed frustration with the team’s performance after a 4:0 loss against Leganes, stating they were not on their level and should have remained calm.

Alejandro Frances will serve a one-game suspension due to a fifth yellow card, with Lluis Lopez likely to start as a replacement.

Predicted lineups:


Goalkeeper: Ramon Juan
Defenders: Pablo Ramon, Sergio Barcia, Barbu
Midfielders: Ilyas Chaira, Alvaro Sanz, Mathis Lachuer, Alberto Reina, Jonathan Gomez
Forwards: Carlos Martin, Antonio La Gumina

Real Zaragoza

Goalkeeper: Edgar Badia
Defenders: Santiago Mourino, Lluis Lopez, Jair, Quentin Lecoeuche
Midfielders: Toni Moya, Maikel Mesa, Francho Garcia
Forwards: German Valera, Sinan Bakis, Victor Mollejo

  • Mirandes – 3 wins
  • Real Zaragoza – 1 win
  • Draws – 2

Over all competition record

Spain – Segunda Stats

Real Zaragoza and CD Mirandés could score in a close game, with a 1-1 score draw after 90 minutes.

Winning probability: Mirandes – 36% , Draw – 33% , Real Zaragoza – 31%

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