UD Almería ready to overcome potential obstacles in Alcorcón
The Rojiblancos attended one last training session before fastening their seatbelts on the plane this Friday morning
UD Almería are preparing to face another LaLiga SmartBank fixture, the sixth of the championship, and a new trip, the fourth of the season and second in a row, with the aim of redeeming themselves for the last two defeats suffered as visitors against SD Amorebieta in Bilbao and SD Ponferradina in Ponferrada. The next match is taking place at the Santo Domingo Stadium where AD Alcorcon, who have just won their first game this season, will be hosting UD Almeria for a 9pm kick-off (Spain Time).
This last victory will make the rivals feel much more confident in a bid to offer their fans another triumph. Yes, head coach Anquela’s teas sides are truly intense, but this AD Alcorcón use many other effective tactics too. UD Almería might come across many potential obstacles but the Indalicos are willing to overcome them and clinch another away victory as they did on Matchday 1 in Cartagena. The squad have been putting in hard work to achieve it.
Thursday’s practice was conducted at the Juegos Mediterraneos Stadium. The players will be flying charter to Madrid on Friday morning so they will be fastening their seatbelts on the plane at 10am.
Iván Martos is back after serving a one-game ban, but injured players Aitor Buñuel, Carriço and Juan Villar will be out of action.