Osasuna are unbeaten in six meetings with Elche, winning two and drawing four, including a 1-1 at El Sadar in November. Both teams have scored in seven of their last ten clashes.
Both teams to score is 19/20.
Draw and both teams to score is 7/2.
Pere Milla is 6/1 to break the deadlock and 11/5 to score anytime.
Are Elche now safe from relegation?
Last time out, 12 days ago, los Franjiverdes enjoyed a vital victory, beating Real Betis 1-0 at Estadio Benito Villamarín.
Tete Morente scoring the night's only goal just eight minutes from time.
That made it back-to-back wins for Francisco's side who also beat relegation rivals Mallorca 3-0 at home three days earlier.
As a result, Elche are now 14th, eight points clear of danger, surely now guaranteed a third successive season in the Primera División.
As for Osasuna, they’ve finished tenth and 11th since winning the Segunda División title in 2019 and are well on course for more mid-table security.
Los Rojillos had won four of their last six before beating beaten 3-1 by run-away league-leaders Real Madrid in their last outing.
Ante Budimir equalised, before goalkeeper Sergio Herrera saved two penalties in the space of seven minutes, but they were still beaten by the champions elect.
Nevertheless, Jagoba Arrasate's side are currently ninth, on course for the club's highest finish for a decade.
Will there be a winner at Estadio Manuel Martínez Valero?
Elche team news
Talismanic striker Lucas Boyé, who's scored seven times this season, has missed the last three games due to injury.
With Guido Carrillo also out injured, Ezequiel Ponce and Pere Milla will continue to be Elche's main goal threats.
Osasuna team news
Ante Budimir comes into this game in red-hot form having scored in each of Osasuna’s last five La Liga games.
The only other player to achieve this for the club in the top-flight this century is Richard Morales 18 years ago.
The Croatian and Chimy Ávila will continue to lead their attack.
Elsewhere, if Lucas Torró is still out, Javi Martínez will continue alongside Darko Brašanac and Jon Moncayola in midfield.
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