He Málaga CF has started at full speed in this Primera RFEF league start. The blue and white team has turned its six games into five wins and one loss. However, the good news, in addition to the results, is directed more towards the margin of growth and also the versatility of styles with which it has managed to prevail – comebacks, narrow ones, thrashes… -. However, the calendar now changes.
The blue and white team has faced teams so far – with the exception of Castellon who leads the table – from the lower-middle zone of the classification: Sports Linares (12º), Atlético de Madrid B (14º), Recreational Granada (16º), San Fernando (17th) and Atlético Baleares (20th). Two subsidiaries fighting to maintain the category, the Jaén team in search of results to add points regularly and two other teams right now in the relegation zone.
From now on the situation changes almost radically. The only exception is the OUT Melilla. On October 12, starting at 12:00 p.m., Málaga CF will host Miguel Rivera’s team after the match was brought forward due to the dispute at La Rosaleda in the final of the Kings League Cup. The Melilla team currently occupies the 19th place with 3 points, being together with Atlético Baleares the only two teams that have not yet won in Group II of First RFEF.
Higher level equipment
The first will arrive this Sunday in the Nuevo Colombino, for which the Martiricos club is preparing a great trip. He Huelva Recreational has returned in a big way to Primera RFEF after a historic campaign that saw him promoted from the fourth category. A very special return that you can celebrate at this beginning thanks to the 9 points and 7th positionalthough he has not been particularly reliable at home, where he awaits Málaga CF.
After the Melilla game, he lands at La Rosaleda. Real Madrid Castilla (October 21). Raúl González’s white reserve team marches in 10th position with an uneven trajectoryalthough being one of the most dangerous teams at home.
However, the most special match will come on October 29. Málaga CF will travel to El Maulí for the first time to face Antequera in the first Costa del Sol derby of the course. Javi Medina’s men have hit the table with two consecutive victories and exceeding any expectations with that 8th place. A very tough nut to crack for Sergio Pellicer’s team.
They will put the culmination Cordoba and Ibiza. The Andalusians are the first team that fights in 6th place to enter the play off zone thanks to those 9 points -Málaga CF is 6 away from that position-. While The Balearic Islands remain undefeated in that 4th place with 14 points waiting to make up the postponed match against Real Murcia on October 10 – on the edge of the wire and with the position of coach Gustavo Munúa very much in doubt.
So these are the next ones from the Martiricos set. Six high-level teams that will test the resistance of the blue and white streak, against which Málaga CF must definitely give that step forward that Sergio Pellicer expects so much and against whom we will have to score points to leave them on the road.
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