The home team is currently in 18th place, with 41 points won, after 11 wins, 8 draws and 19 losses. In the penultimate match, they drew at home against UD Logroñés by (0‑0). In the last match, they lost in an away match against FC Cartagena by (1‑0). This is a stronger team in their stadium, where they won 28 points, against only 13 in their away games. For the league, Castellón won 16 points out of a possible 30, after 5 wins, 1 draw and 4 losses in the last 10 home games. In the matches played at their stadium in the championship, the most frequent result at the end of the first 45 ‘was 0‑0, which occurred in 7 of their 19 matches. His attack has scored regularly, as he has scored goals in 7 of the last 10 matches for this competition. In 38 games in this competition, he suffered the first goal on 21 occasions and never managed to turn the scoreboard. There are 1 periods that stand out in the last 19 home matches for this competition: they have conceded 7 of their 16 goals between minutes (31 ‘- 45’).
CD Castellón comes to this match after losing 1-0 to FC Cartagena, in a match that counts for the thirty-eighth matchday of the second Spanish league. Rubén Castro’s goal, at fifty-five minutes, was enough to give his team three points.
In this match against SD Ponferradina, coach Juan Carlos Garrido will have to keep the team in the usual 4-3-3 system to favor ball possession and positional attacks. The three most advanced players responsible for disrupting the opposing defense are Juanto Ortuño, Jorge Fernández and Rubén Diez. In turn, the central corridor must be made up of Arturo Molina, Josep Sené and Yann Bodiger. For this game, the coach of the home team has all the players available.