Eibar 9-8-15, Osasuna 10-11-11
7/2/20 1:30 pm
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Eibar is welcoming Osasuna to Ipurua Municipal Stadium in round 33 in Spanish LaLiga.
Eibar has been playing well as of late and they haven’t lost any of their last 4 games in LaLiga. During this stretch, Eibar has scored 6 goals, while conceding 4 goals, with one clean sheet. The only game that Eibar has lost since the restart was against Real Madrid on the road. Eibar is in 15th place in the standings with 35 points, and even though they are still in danger of sliding down to the relegation zone, Eibar has some breathing room. Eibar hasn’t scored a lot of goals this season, only 34, while they conceded 48 goals. In their last LaLiga game against Granada on the road, Eibar has had 43% of ball possession, 6 shots on goal, 5 corner kicks, and low 62% of the correct passes. Eibar was the weaker team in this game, but they were still able to score 2 goals and to win this game 1-2. Orellana has scored 8 goals and added 7 assists for Eibar this season, while Charles added 6 goals. Ramis and Arbilla are the only two injured players for Eibar. Not a great season for Eibar, but not too bad either, and with a few more points, Eibar will secure their spot in LaLiga for next season, something that they can certainly do.
Osasuna has also been playing well in their last two games, and they won both of those games. With these two wins, Osasuna has climbed the standings to 12th place with 41 points, 38 scored goals, and 47 conceded goals. Avila is Osasuna’s top goalscorer with 9 goals, while Garcia and Torres each added 6 goals. Torres also added 7 assists. Ibanez, Avila, and Martinez are all injured for Osasuna and will not be in the lineup. In their latest LaLiga game against Leganes this past weekend, Osasuna has had 51% of ball possession, 5 shots on goal, only 2 corner kicks, and 71% of accurate passes. Osasuna has won this game 2-1 while scoring the winning goal in the 96th minute. When the season was restarted, Osasuna wasn’t playing well and they haven’t won any of their first three games while conceding 8 goals during that stretch, and scoring only 1 goal. In their last two games, Osasuna has looked much better on both ends, but if they want to stay in LaLiga, Osasuna will need to keep the pace up and continue to win some more games.
Eibar hasn’t lost any of their last 4 games, while their last home win against Osasuna was way back in 1999. The trends are mixed here, but Eibar has looked better in their last few games and I think they will finally get a home win against Osasuna, a win that will mean a lot in their fight to stay in LaLiga.