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Almería finally redeem themselves to win home games

The Rojiblancos lost their previous two matches on home turf after the championship resumed

Almería finally redeem themselves to succeed and win home games after the victory achieved against Sporting de Gijón. It is the third victory since the championship resumed and the first at the Juegos Mediterráneos Stadium, since previously the Rojiblancos had lost to Las Palmas (0-1) and Alcorcón (0-1).

It was a crunch game for Almería's aspirations because the three points bring them closer to automatic promotion, in addition to defeating the next opponents when hosting them will be key for the immediate future in the League. In fact, on Saturday Almería return to play at home, this time against Tenerife, and the players will still have two more matches at the Juegos Mediterráneos stadium against Rayo Vallecano (July 13) and Málaga CF (July 19)

The previous home win dates back to 7th March, when Deportivo received a trashing (4-0). Then the suspension of the competition came over coronavirus, although before that victory the team also had setbacks at Mediterraneo. Not surprisingly, the Rojiblancos are one of the Spanish second tier teams that have lost the most games at home, a dynamic that has begun to change ... and continue.