SD Huesca is still unable to achieve a regularity that would pave their way to the top positions. The defeat of Ibiza (2-1) was a new step backwards that they want to compensate in El Alcoraz. The victories against Mirandés (4-0) and Lugo (1-0) invite them to prolong this reliability at home with UD Las Palmas as their next rival. The canaries are also pursuing the ‘play off’ and are prey to an irregular campaign despite presenting a brilliant list of players like Jesé or Jonathan Viera as recognizable faces.
What time is the SD Huesca-Las Palmas match?
The clash between SD Huesca and UD Las Palmas It takes place at 4:00 p.m. this Saturday. The blaugranes begin matchday 30 with 37 points, 12th, six points from the promotion play-off set by Girona and eleven points above relegation. The Gran Canarians, trained by Xavi García Pimienta, are ninth with 40 points. The main referee will be Aitor Gorostegui Fernández-Ortega, from the Basque Committee, and Iñaki Vicandi Garrido, also from the Basque Committee, will handle the VAR. SD Huesca fell 2-1 in Las Palmas in the first round with a late goal from Florian Miguel.
What TV channel can you watch the game on?
The match between SD Huesca and UD Las Palmas It can be seen live on television through Movistar LaLiga.
How to follow SD Huesca-Las Palmas online
The game can also be followed online. On HERALDO.es There will be a minute-by-minute live stream so that football fans don’t miss anything that happens on the pitch. What’s more, at the end of the match, readers will also have the chronicle of it and will be able to consult the summary of this 30th day of the Second Division with detailed performances of each player.
Ups and downs
Xisco Munoz recovers the sanctioned Jaime Seoane and Dani Escriche. Jorge Pulido has returned to train with the group this Thursday and heads to the final stretch of recovery from his injury, while Kelechi Nwakali continues to be separated from the Barça dynamic due to his indiscipline. UD Las Palmas will have all its players available.
SD Huesca: Andrew; Valentín, Insua, Ignasi Miquel, Florian Miguel, Marc Mateu, Timor, Pablo Martinez, Seoane, Escriche and Poveda.
UD Las Palmas: Valles; Lemos, Raúl Navas, Curbelo, Cardona, Kirian, Mfulu, Jesé, Ramírez, Jonathan Viera and Mujica.