After 10 wins, 12 draws and 16 losses, the visiting team is in 16th position with 42 points. In the last match, they won at home against Castellón by (1‑0), after having lost (2‑1) away against Fuenlabrada in the previous match. This is a team affected by the home factor, which is stronger when it plays with the support of its fans, since in the last 30 games it has registered 2 wins, 5 draws and 8 losses as a visitor, with a total of 10 goals. they scored and 22 conceded. At home, he won 5 wins, 5 draws and 5 losses, with a total of 17 goals scored and 17 conceded. In the last 10 away games, FC Cartagena has registered 1 victory, 3 draws and 6 defeats, having won 6 points out of 30 possible. In their away league matches, the most frequent result at half ‑ time was 0‑0 (7 out of 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 only managed 1 return on the scoreboard in the 17 games in which he suffered the first goal. There is 1 period that stands out in the last 19 away matches for this competition: they have scored 5 of their 14 goals between minutes (46 ‘- 60’).
FC Cartagena comes to this meeting motivated after a tangential victory, 1-0, against CD Castellón, in a match on the thirty-eighth round of the SmartBank League. Rubén Castro’s goal, at 55 minutes, was enough to offer his team all three points.
For this game, away from home, coach Luis Miguel Carrión must keep the team 4-4-2, favoring possession of the ball and positional attacks. Rubén Castro and Elady Zorilla must be the offensive referents of the visiting team. In turn, the central corridor must be made up of Nacho Gil, Pablo de Blasis, Giorgi Aburjania and Álex Gallar. Apparently, the visiting club coach cannot count on the help of the left back, Alberto de la Bella, due to being in a period of injury.