The home team is currently in 15th place, with 47 points won, after 11 wins, 12 draws and 16 losses. In the penultimate match, they drew at home with Espanyol by (0‑0). In the last match, they won away against Las Palmas by (0‑2). This is a team affected by the home factor, since it has won 31 points in its stadium, with 17 goals scored and 12 received, against 13 points away, where it scored 16 goals and conceded 24. For the championship, Zaragoza won 21 points from 30 possible, after 6 wins, 3 draws and 1 loss in the last 10 home games. In their home league matches, the most frequent scorer at half-time was 0‑0 (9 out of 19 matches). In their home matches there is a tendency for few goals, since 12 of the last 19 matches in the competition have ended with Under 1.5 goals. In 39 games in the competition, he never managed to turn the scoreboard in the 16 games in which he conceded the first goal.
Real Zaragoza comes to this match with a victory, 0-2, in the visit to the Las Palmas field, in a match that counts for the thirty-ninth day of the second Spanish league. Luca Zanimacchia and Juan Manuel Sanabria scored the “goals” of the win.
The team led by Juan Ignacio Martínez must appear in a 4-4-2 formation, favoring defensive organization and positional attacks. The two most advanced players responsible for endangering the opponent’s defensive structure are Iván Azón and James Igbekeme. In turn, the central corridor must be made up of Juanjo Narváez, Alberto Zapater, Iñigo Eguaras and Luca Zanimacchia. For this game, the home coach cannot count on the injured Pichu Atienza, Javi Ros and Alex Alegría.