Thursday, March 14th, 2013
A massive, massive match takes place on Friday night in Spain as rock-bottom Deportivo La Coruna host second-bottom Celta Vigo in a huge relegation six-pointer. Neither team can afford to lose.
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Deportivo, with a pitiful 17 points from 27 matches this season, are a shoo-in for relegation this term.
The last time Depor picked up maximum points was when they beat Malaga 1-0 in January, while more globally Deportivo have registered two wins in 28 games (whilst losing 16 games in that sequence). Put simply, Depor are in diabolical form, and there are few greenshots of hope that the Riiazor will host La Liga matches next season.
For Depor to beat the drop, the likes of Riki (10 goals in 26 games) and Pizzi (7 goals in 25 games) need to drag their cohorts to victory by any means possible. Fortunately, travel-sick Celta Vigo offer Depor the optimum opportunity to start getting three points on the board.
Celta’s away form is shocking.
In their last 17 matches on the road, Celta have lost a massive 15 times, however Sky Blues do have some excellent talent on their books.
Michael Krohn-Delhi, Iago Aspas and Mario Bermejo are all useful strikers, while Arsenal’s Park Chu-Young is also available if needs-be. Further back Danijel Pranjić is set to return after an injury hit season to play in midfield, while Gustavo Cabral will marshall the vistors backline.
With winning the only issue that counts this weekend, expect fireworks as both Depor and Celta meet on Friday night.