Our match prediction:
Despite suffering a 2-1 loss to Athletic Bilbao at San Mames Barria at the weekend, Celta Vigo will take part in the Europa League next season. Eduardo Berizzo’s men have already met their goal, but they will certainly give their all to beat Malaga in their last home game of the season. Os Celeste are a real force to be reckoned with at home and you should know that they are on an eight-game unbeaten run at their Estadio de Balaidos. Los Boquerones, on the other hand, gave fans some cheer at the weekend, with the team beating rock-bottom Levante (3-1) at Estadio La Rosaleda, but they will have a much bigger fish to fry in Sunday’s football game against Os Celeste. Considering that Celta and Malaga will be happy with one point from the match, we predict that two teams will share the spoils in Galicia.
Highlighted Team (Malaga):
Malaga Club de Futbol is a Spanish football club from Malaga which host their games in Estadio La Roselado which has a capacity of 28700. The club from the south of Spain is playing in the Primera Division since 2008. In June 2010 sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bought Malaga Club de Futbol.Malaga CF was found in 1994 after a fusion between former clubs Club Deportivo Malaga and Atletico Malaga. After playing down and forth in lower Spanish divisions the clubs managed to play in the Primera Division for the first time in 1999. After a good performance in the Intertoto Cup Malaga managed to qualify for the UEFA cup for the first time ever in 2004.Well known players that played for Malaga in their career are: van Nistelrooij, Cazorla, Monreal, Baptista Saviola and Toulalan.