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A long week ahead with aim of guaranteeing league status

UD Almería are training this Monday as they have their last clash of the season at 9pm on Sunday. The coaching staff hopes to be able to recover players together with El Bilal Touré

UD Almería are ready to face a very long week that will come to an end at 9pm on Sunday against Espanyol de Barcelona since LaLiga has moved forward the simultaneous kick-off time, originally scheduled for 7pm. 
The Rojiblancos will go on their last trip of the campaign to Barcelona hoping to reach their goal of staying up in the Primera Division. They have their fate in their own hands by winning or drawing, but also in case of losing, they would seal survival depending on other Matchday 38 results. 
UD Almería are going to play away from home, where their numbers are not really good; in fact, they are the side with the worst results obtained on their outings once Elche CF have won in Bilbao. Even though the next rivals, Espanyol de Barcelona have been relegated from the top tier on this Matchday, UD Almería will not take them for granted; quite the opposite.
This Monday, there will be an active recovery session before having a break on Tuesday. As from Wednesday, the squad will start preparing themselves for Sunday's crunch clash in Barcelona. All training sessions will take place behind closed doors at the Power Horse Stadium. Rubi hopes to recover players along with El Bilal Touré, who came on from the bench this Sunday in the last minutes of the match against Real Valladolid CF.