UD Almeria & Lorca FC search points away from home
Wins this weekend for both UD Almeria & Lorca FC could move both clubs outside of the drop zone and potentially spark a run of good form.
Almeria travel to Albacete on Saturday for the 4 pm kick off with only defensive midfielder Mandi unavailable for selection.
— UD Almería (@U_D_Almeria) November 8, 2017
Luis Miguel Ramis is certainly under pressure to turn things around for the Rojiblancos as they sit in 19th position, level on points with rivals Lorca.
The main problem for Ramis is lack of goals, this stems from lack of link-up play between the defence and attack, sadly the midfield has been unable to get a grip of any game thus start to get on the front foot.
Young striker Jose Pozo has fantastic talent but if he is not getting the ball in the right areas then he is never going to make that killer pass or get on the scoresheet.
News coming out of the club this week has been of changes in match tactics with a view to turning results around, this comes as positive news for the 100 travelling fans for this weekend’s match.
Alcorcon welcome Lorca to Madrid
Lorca have a little further to travel for their 13:00 kick off on Saturday as they make the trip to Madrid and face off against Alcorcon.
Curro Torres has no new injury worries to contend with in his team selection and he will be looking for his side to kick on from last weekend’s victory over Cordoba.
Substitute Manu Onwu came on to get the winner for the blues last week, so he must be expecting to start this weekend against the fellow relegation battlers in Madrid.
Similar to Almeria, Lorca needs to start finding the net on more occasions if they have any real chance of avoiding the drop, Eugeni Valderama is the top scorer with only two in 11 games.
You can see both games live on TV this Saturday La Liga123 TV, Albacete v Almeria is also scheduled to be on SportKlub 1 in Slovenia.