Malaga vs Las Palmas

Watch now, Malaga will be looking to get back to winning ways when they host Las Palmas in this game. They have endured a long run of losses and have started the new league season with two narrow losses. They have failed to net in their last two league outings with both games against Eibar and Girona ending in narrow 1-0 losses. Playing at home this time, their fans will be hoping that they can get back to winning ways as soon as possible. Las Palmas have not started the season better than their host as they have lost their last  games to Valencia (1-0).

The loss to Atletico was at home and shows just how bad things have turned out for them and it is hard to see them getting a result or avoiding defeat in this game. They may have been affected by the departure of Kelvin Prince Boateng and it may take them time to find their last season’s rhythm again. Results of each team’s last 5 matches across all leagues and competitions.

After another season where the club ended the league campaign with a midtable finish, the fans will be anxious to see an upturn in the performances of the team as they want to see their team challenging the top 7 positions in the league table. However, Malaga has started the league campaign this year on a very disappointing note, as they have failed to grab a single point from both their matches so far. Their inability to convert the chances that have been created has cost them, dear, as they have drawn blanks in both the league matches so far. The club had a mixed transfer window this summer, as they brought in some young exciting talents along with some experienced Spanish players in their team. They secured the signature of Banfield youngster Emanuel Cecchini early this summer.

After an average 14th place finish last season, Las Palmas would be looking to improving their consistency and aim for a higher finish in the league this year. The fans will be hoping to see their team manage their form and fitness in a better manner than last year, as Las Palmas failed to build on a solid start last year as they faltered and were almost on the brink of the bottom three positions towards the latter parts of the season. Looking at the first two matches, it is clear to see that their attacking woes have carried out from last season, as they struggle to create enough clear cut chances.

They have not spent any money on bringing in new players in the squad, barring some loan deals. They have brought in keeper Chichizola from Spezia Calcio on a free transfer, along with Ximo Navarro from Almeria.