Things have heated up at the bottom of the tables after Deportivo made an impressive run in March, and it is now Mallorca and Celta Vigo who try to avoid hitting rock-bottom. The two teams are tied for the last place and the one who loses tonight is very likely going to play in the second league in 2014.
Match: Mallorca vs Celta Vigo
Odds: Unibet 1.91
Mallorca lost three games in a row and conceded a total of 13 goals during the span, but 10 of them were allowed in the matches played against Barcelona and Real Madrid. Much more painful is the home defeat to Deportivo which allowed their opponents to overtake them with only eight rounds to be played. They need to return the favor tonight and strike Celta Vigo a crippling blow, if they are to stand any chance of avoiding relegation this season.
The defensive is struggling heavily and with Joao Victor and Antonio Lopez being sidelined, the hosts will need to divert attention from their backline. This shouldn’t be too difficult against Celta Vigo, the team with the worst away record in Primera Division. The visitors won just once in the last 13 games and conceded an average of two goals per match, which explains why coach Resino is reluctant to take any chances. The visitors will also travel without five players including top scorer Aspas, so their options upfront are limited to say the least.
Despite the fact that the game is played between two teams struggling at the bottom of the tables, it can turn into an exciting confrontation, worth watching. As far as punters are concerned, the best way to enjoy the game is by backing Mallorca to win at odds of 1.91 with Unibet.