After 10 wins, 11 draws and 16 losses, the home team is in 15th position, with 43 points won. In the last match, they drew with Lugo away by (2‑2), after in the previous match having drawn (0‑0) at home, against Sporting Gijón. This is a team affected by the home factor, which is stronger when it plays against its fans, since in the last 30 games it has registered 2 wins, 5 draws and 8 losses as a visitor, with 11 goals scored and 19 received, against 7 wins, 5 draws and 3 losses at home, with 13 goals scored and 8 conceded. In the last 10 home games for the championship, Zaragoza has 7 wins, 2 draws and 1 loss, having won 23 points out of 30 possible. In their home league matches, the most frequent scorer at half-time was 0‑0 (8 out of 18 matches). His attack has scored regularly, as he managed to score in 7 of the last 10 matches in this competition. In their home matches there is a tendency for few goals, since 11 of the last 18 matches have ended with Under 1,5 goals. In 37 games in this competition he suffered the first goal on 16 occasions and never managed to overcome the scoreboard.
Real Zaragoza comes to this game with a draw, in 2×2, in the visit to the field of CD Lugo, in a game that counts for the thirty-seventh day of the second Spanish league. Adrián González and Cristian Álvarez (goalkeeper) scored the goals of the visiting team, which ended up dictating a draw.
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 Juanjo Narváez and Iván Azón. In turn, the central corridor must be formed by Adrián González, Alberto Zapater, Francho Serrano and Sergio Bermejo. Out of this game is striker Gabriel Fernández.