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Primera División

  • March 19, 2011
  • • 17:00
  • • Iberostar Estadi, Palma de Mallorca
  • Referee: Alfonso Alvarez Izquierdo
  • • Attendance: 12000

La Liga Preview: Mallorca - Zaragoza

La Liga Preview: Mallorca - Zaragoza

Mallorca: Aouate; Ayoze, Nunes, Ramis, Cendros; Marti, De Guzman; Pereira, Tejera, Nsue; Webo


Zaragoza: Doblas; Paredes, Contini, Jarosik, Diogo; N'daw, Ponzio; Bertolo, Herrera, Lopez; Uche


  • Mallorca sit right in the middle of the table going into this fixture, in 10th place. Dependent on the results this weekend, they could find themselves anywhere between ninth and 13th place by Monday.
  • Los Bermellones have picked up just one win in their last five games, and lost three.
  • However, they have won their last four home matches against Zaragoza.
  • This season is the first since 2006-07 in which Mallorca have suffered back-to-back home defeats.
  • Zaragoza find themselves dangerously close to relegation, currently occupying 15th place, just four points away from the drop zone. This weekend could potentially see them climb to 12th, or drop to 17th.
  • They have the joint lowest number of away wins this season, picking up all three points on the road on only one occasion, a narrow 2-1 victory over Malaga.
  • Of Los Manos' last 11 goals, eight have come from set-pieces.



November 7, 2010: Zaragoza 3-2 Mallorca

Zaragoza came back from behind twice in the game, before a Gabi penalty in injury time handed them a vital three points.


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Available Squads
13Dudú AouateGoalkeeper
21Iván RamisDefender
-Pablo CendrósDefender
20Jonathan De GuzmánMidfielder
-Sergio TejeraMidfielder
19Josep Lluis MartíMidfielder
18Chory CastroMidfielder
15NO USEStriker
7Michael PereiraMidfielder
13Germán Darí­o LuxGoalkeeper
-Martí CrespíDefender
14Akihiro IenagaMidfielder
1Toni DoblasGoalkeeper
24Ivan ObradovicDefender
20Jiri JarosikMidfielder
-C. DiogoDefender
23Nicolás BertoloMidfielder
23Leonardo PonzioMidfielder
21Ander HerreraMidfielder
-Jorge LópezMidfielder
4Matteo ContiniDefender
8Guirane N'DawMidfielder
14Florent Sinama-PongolleStriker
22A. PintérMidfielder
25Leo FrancoGoalkeeper
Players to Watch
Position: Striker
Squad Number: 8
Games Goals YC RC
0 0 0 0
Nsue has been Mallorca's main threat in attack all season, providing excellent service and notching up a few goals in the process. They will likely look to build most of their attacks through him.
Jiri Jarosik
Jiri Jarosik
Position: Midfielder
Squad Number: 20
Games Goals YC RC
0 0 0 0
With Zaragoza likely to take a defensive approach towards the game, all eyes will be on Jarosik. He opened the scoring against Valencia, which will give him a lot of confidence, and was a rock at the back throughout.
Zaragoza will be flying high after their 4-0 win over Valencia last weekend, but their away form has been nothing short of dreadful all season, which should be enough to see Mallorca pick up all three points.
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