Our prediction for this Segunda Division match:
Cartagena play host to Mirandes at their Estadio Municipal Cartagonova in the Segunda Division round 21. Cartagena aim to put an end to their three-game winless run, and they are likely to go all guns blazing at Mirandes. The Black and Whites veteran Ruben Castro should be recalled to the starting line-up after he was rested in the Copa del Rey triumph over Castellon.
Los Rojillos, on the other hand, did well to beat Real Sociedad B 2-0 in their last league match, with the team moving away from the relegation zone. Mirandes, on the other hand, are not regarded as good travelers, and we do not believe that they are capable of spoiling Cartagena’s party at Estadio Municipal Cartagonova. Sergio Camello is back to the starting XI after he was rested in the Spanish Cup win over Lugo on Thursday evening.
Highlighted Player (Antonio Luna):
Antonio Luna is a product of Sevilla football academy. The pacey left back was born in Son Servera, Spain on March 17, 1991 and he made his senior debut with Sevilla B. Antonio Luna made 32 appearances in the league for the reserve team, while playing 21 games for los Sevillanos in the Spanish top flight.
After ending his loan spell with Mallorca in 2013, Luna moved to England and signed a three-year deal with Aston Villa. It has to be noted that the Spanish footballer found the net for the Villans on his Premier League debut in a 3-1 win over Arsenal. After making 17 appearances in the English elite division for the Villa Park outfit, he returned to Spain in 2015, signing a deal with Eibar.
Antonio Luna scored one goal in 41 appearances for los Armeros before joining fellow La liga side Levante in 2017. You should know that Luna has five caps for Spain U20 team.
Highlighted Team (Mirandes):
Mirandes is a Spanish club founded on May 3, 1927. Los Rojillos compete in Segunda division, with the team still eyeing their first ever promotion to La Liga. Mirandes’ home colours are red and black, while their away kit is mainly light blue.
Mirandes did remarkably well to make it to the Copa del Rey semis in the 2019/20 season, with the team outplaying the likes of Celta, Villarreal, and Sevilla in the process. Real Sociedad, though, proved to be a big catch for Mirandes in the Spanish Cup semis. Los Rojillos welcome their rivals at Estadio Municipal de Anduva. The stadium was opened back in 1950, with the venue being able to host 5,759 spectators.
Mirandes played their first game on June 4, 1927, with the team defeating Arabarra thanks to Fidel Angulo’s goal. Zaragoza and Alaves are considered one of the club’s main rivals. Los Rojillos have won Castilla and Leon Cup on two occasions (2011, 2012).