LALIGA EA SPORTS season run-in: RCD Mallorca become Cádiz CF’s target

With four rounds to play in the current LALIGA EA SPORTS campaign, there is still some mystery at the bottom when it comes to the relegation battle. Bottom-placed UD Almería have already been relegated to LALIGA HYPERMOTION, and Granada CF could join their Andalusian neighbors soon, but it’s still unclear who’ll finish in 18th, in the third and final relegation spot. Click this link to start gaming and stand a chance of winning big with Meridianbet.

Here comes a look at the situation of the teams at the heart of this year’s relegation battle, from 15th-placed RC Celta down to 19th-placed Granada CF.

RC Celta (15th, 34 points)

Being at risk of relegation is nothing new for RC Celta, as the Galician club is often involved in this battle at this stage of the season. Following their win over Villarreal CF in Matchday 34, they’ve increased their cushion to eight points. However, RC Celta has some difficult fixtures remaining, so that five-point margin could be eroded.

Remaining fixtures: Atlético de Madrid (A), Athletic Club (H), Granada CF (A), Valencia CF (H)

Rayo Vallecano (16th, 34 points)

Rayo Vallecano should have a large enough cushion to stay up, and they do get to play struggling Granada CF at home in what remains of the season. Under new coach Iñigo Pérez, they have been strong in front of their home fans at Vallecas, so will target a handful of points from their final home games to seal their spot in the top flight.

Remaining fixtures: Valencia CF (A), Granada CF (H), FC Barcelona (A), Athletic Club (H)

RCD Mallorca (17th, 32 points)

RCD Mallorca have already suffered one blow this season, in losing the Copa del Rey final on penalties, and they won’t want another in the form of relegation. However, the islanders have lost four of their past seven matches and are sinking down the table, currently sitting in 17th and just six points above the relegation zone. They are the second-lowest scorers in the competition, so need star striker Vedat Muriqi to come up big.

Remaining fixtures: UD Las Palmas (H), CA Osasuna (A), UD Almería (H), Getafe CF (A)

Cádiz CF (18th, 26 points)

It has been a tough season for Cádiz CF, who endured a 23-game stretch without winning between September and March. That left them with a lot of catching up to do and, despite a recent improvement in results, they’re still six points away from safety. However, Cádiz CF has been in a similar predicament before and has experienced of avoiding relegation on the final day of the season. Los Amarillos will hope to push those above them all the way to Matchday 38.

Remaining fixtures: Getafe CF (H), Sevilla FC (A), UD Las Palmas (H), UD Almería (A)

Granada CF (19th, 21 points)

Despite coming up as LALIGA HYPERMOTION champions, Granada CF have struggled upon their return to the top flight. They’re on to their third coach of the season, José Ramón Sandoval and any improvement in results might be too little too late. Currently 11 points adrift, the Andalusian side would require a miracle to stay up, but they’ll keep pushing to take as many points as possible.

Remaining fixtures: Real Madrid (H), Rayo Vallecano (A), RC Celta (H), Girona FC (A)

MG Team

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