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Zaragoza and Las Palmas face at the La Romareda Stadium, in a 1st leg match for the Spanish League first division playoffs.
The head to head history favour Las Palmas, since they have won all of the last matches. It’s important to notice that they have won 0-2 in the last match in this very same stadium between these two teams. Moreover, in January, they won 5-3 against Zaragoza in a home match: Araújo, Nauzet, Silva and Roque Mesa scored the winning goals.

Analysis of Real Zaragoza

The Blanquillos arrive at this match after a 1-4 away win over Girona: Willian José, Cabrera and Fernández scored the winning goals which allowed Zaragoza to reach this final.
In home matches, Zaragoza is usually very offensive and creates many goal opportunities. The statistical data that shows this is the fact that only 3 of their last 19 matches have ended with Under 1,5 Goals.
It seems as though halftime is of no benefit for the team, since the first 15’ of the second part are their worst period, in which they suffer the most goals. On the contrary, their best period is between minutes 16’ and 30’, in which they have scored 7 goals.

Confirmed Lineup: Y. Bounou, Mario, L. Cabrera, Diego Rico, Fernández, Jesús Vallejo, Ruiz de Galarreta, Pedro, E. Hadzic, Dorca, Willian José.
Coach: R. Popović.

Analysis of Las Palmas

The Amarillos arrive at this match after two consecutive draws against Valladolid: 1-1 in the away match and 0-0 in the home match. However, they haven’t lost any of the last 7 matches.
Their worst period in away matches is between minutes 61’ and 75, in which they suffer the most goals. It’s important to notice that their best moment is the first 15’ of the match, in which they have scored 7 goals and conceded none.
In the 22 home matches this season, they have only opened up the score in 10 and were in advantage at halftime in 6. In the 9 matches in which they conceded the first goal, they have only managed to turn the score around twice.

Confirmed Lineup: Raúl Lizoáin, David Simón, David García, Ángel López, Aythami Artiles, Javi Castellano, Hernán, E. Culio, Roque Mesa, Jonathan Viera, S. Araújo.
Coach: Paco Herrera.

Betting suggestion:

The most likely scenario for this match is that Las Palmas won’t win. Due to the type of match expected, the away team is unlike to take many risks, since they have the home advantage in the second leg. On the other hand, we expect Zaragoza to try to make use of the home advantage to get a good result for the 2nd leg match.

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Segunda División - 2014/2015

  • 100% 468 / 468 Games

  • Home team wins 45.09%
  • Draws 29.27%
  • Away team wins 25.64%
  • Over 1.5 70.3%
  • Over 2.5 42.95%
  • Over 3.5 22.86%
  • Goals 1152
  • Goals /match 2.46
  • Goals /match home 1.42
  • Goals /match away 1.04
  • Both teams score 48.72%
  • Goals after 80' 15.02%
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