The home team is currently in fifth place, with 61 points won, after 16 wins, 13 draws and 10 losses. In the penultimate match, they beat Lugo at home by (1‑0). In the last match, they lost in an away match against Girona by (1‑0). This is a stronger team in their stadium, where they won 37 points, against only 24 in their away games. Sporting de Gijón has accumulated 4 wins, 4 draws and 2 losses in the last 10 home games in the league, having won 16 points out of 30 possible. 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 12 of their 19 matches. In their home matches for this competition there is a tendency for few goals, since 15 of the last 19 matches have ended with Under 2.5 goals. In 39 matches in this competition he suffered the first goal 11 times and only managed 1 return on the scoreboard. There are 1 periods that stand out in the last 19 home matches for this competition: they have conceded 4 of their 10 goals between minutes (76 ‘- 90’).
Sporting de Gijón comes to this match with a 1-0 defeat, while traveling to Girona, in a match that counts for the thirty-ninth day of the Spanish second league. Juanpe was the author of the only goal of the game at forty-three minutes.
In this match against Las Palmas, coach David Gallego should play in the usual 4-3-3, favoring the defensive organization and counterattacks, mainly by the wing backs. The three most advanced players in the field, in charge of causing panic in the rival area are Aitor García, Gaspar Campos and Uros Durdevic. In turn, the central corridor must be made up of Javi Fuego, José Gragera and Manu García. For this match, the coach of the home team has the main players available.