Last day in LaLiga Smartbank with a unified schedule in the matches in which there are clear objectives to be determined. In the absence of these last 3 points to be disputed, the competition is still very exciting, both in the Playoff area for promotion to LaLiga Santander, and in the lower area of the classification.
In key Twofive, these are the matches that the goalkeepers of the #TwoFiveSquad:
Sunday May 30
Albacete BP vs CF Fuenlabrada (18:30 p.m. / Carlos Belmonte)
Albacete's last match in LaLiga Smartbank after the relegation was consummated in previous rounds. Tomeu Nadal and theirs will seek to end the season with good feelings to begin to cement what should be the return of Albacete to the silver category of Spanish football.
AD Alcorcón vs RCD Espanyol (21:00 / Santo Domingo)
The Alcorcón of Dani Jiménezgoalkeeper #TwoFiveSquad, receives at home the leader of LaLiga SmartBank, Vicente Moreno's Espanyol. The potters will look for a victory that would ensure mathematically their permanence one more season in LaLiga SmartBank. Espanyol will not make it easy given that the league title is played on this last day. What's more, Dani Jiménez and his goalkeeper gloves TwoFive they will look for a new clean sheet to add to the 15 achieved so far.
Málaga CF vs CD Castellón (21:00 p.m. / La Rosaleda)
The Malaga of our goalkeeper Dani Barrio will receive in the Rosaleda a Castellón already mathematically descended. The Andalusian team will be looking for one last victory in the league to close a great season despite the economic adversities in the summer transfer market.
SD Ponferradina vs RCD Mallorca (21:00 p.m. / El Toralín)
The Bercianos receive in El Toralín the second classified and already promoted RCD Mallorca. JA Expensive and their Dortmund'06 Pro's TwoFive they will look for a victory that serves to keep Ponferradina in the Top-10 of the second division classification. Ahead, a Mallorca that will seek victory to pressure Espanyol in the fight for the league championship.
Real Sporting vs UD Almeria (21:00 pm / El Molinón-Enrique Castro “Quini”)
Diego Marino and Real Sporting host UD Almeria in search of a victory that, accompanied by a stumble from Rayo Vallecano, will serve to get the Asturians into the Playoff for promotion to LaLiga Santander. Diego Marino and his gloves TwoFive They are so far the most reliable pair in the competition, as they lead, in the absence of this last day, the ranking of goalkeepers with the least goals.
Good luck to all the members of the #TwoFiveSquad!!!