Our prediction for this Segunda Division match:
Ibiza and Eibar go head to head at Estadi Municipal de Can Misses in a highly-anticipated Segunda Division game. Ibiza failed to win the last six league fixtures, and, as a result, they have slim playoffs chances. However, the hopes dies last, and we are positive that the newcomers will go all guns blazing at Eibar. There are no fresh injury worries in the home team, but experienced defender Francisco Grima serves a one-game ban.
The Basques, on the other hand, aim to cement top position in the standings. Eibar are more of a team than Ibiza, and they should take advantage of the home team’s poor form. As always, a man to watch in the away side will be Stoichkov, who found the net in a 1-1 draw with Mirandes, whilst defender Roberto Correa should miss out with injury. Franchu remains in the recovery room as well.
Highlighted Player (Yoshinori Muto):
Yoshinori Muto joined FC Tokyo youth school at the age of 16 and he remained at the club until 2010. After spending three years at Keio University, the Japanese striker returned to Tokyo in 2013 and it has to be noted that he played 51 league matches for FC Tokyo, scoring 23 goals for the club.
On 30 May, 2015 Muto signed a contract with Mainz and he has been playing for the Bundesliga outfit ever since. Muto made 20 appearances for Mainz in the 2015/2016 Bundesliga campaign, scoring seven league goals for the club. The pacey attacker made his Japan debut on 5 September, 2014 in a friendly against Uruguay. He came as a substitute after 58 minutes, replacing Yusuke Minagawa. He scored his first goal for the Samurai Blue four days later in a 2-2 draw with Venezuela.
Yoshinori Muto was born in Tokyo on 15 July, 1992. Muto is a centre forward and his side positions are left wing and attacking midfield. His market value on 22 July, 2016 was €5.5 million.
Highlighted Team (Eibar):
SD Eibar is a Spanish football club from the city Eibar and is currently playing in the Spanish Primera Division. The club was founded in 1940 as Eibar Futbol Club after a fusion between Deportivo Gallo and Union Deportivo Eibaressa.
In the history of the club Eibar was always active in the lower divisions of Spain before promoting to the Primera Division in 2013/2014. Eibar host it’s home games in the Estadio Municipal de Ipurua in Eibar which holds the capacity of 5300. Eibar is currently one of the smallest teams in the Primera Division.
The club colors of Eibar are blue and red. Eibar is also known as the Armaginak or the Armeros which literally means the Gunners. Eibar’s performance in the Primera Division so far is impressive. Eibar is known for playing attractive offensive football. Former Eibar players with an impressive career are: David Silva, Xabi Alonso, Manuel Almunia and Ricardo Varela.