Our prediction for this Segunda Division match:
Mirandes take on Tenerife at Estadio Municipal de Anduva in a postponed La Liga 2 fixture. Mirandes have been having their ups and downs in the Spanish second tier of late, and, as a result, they have slim chances of booking their place in the playoffs. The hope, though, dies last, and we are positive that los Rojillos will fight tooth and nail against Tenerife. Since the visitors head into the match with a severely-weakened squad, we believe that there is a big value in betting on the home team.
Los Insulares will be without Suso Santana, Alex Bermejo, Ramoin Folch, Gio Zarfino, Bruno Wilson, Borja Lasso, and Jacobo Gonzalez in the midweek clash, and we do not believe that they are capable of spoiling Mirandes’ party at Estadio Municipal de Anduca. Sergio Gonzalez is a major doubt and he will be assessed ahead of the kick-off.
Highlighted Player (Carlos Julio):
Carlos Julio Martinez is a La Masia product who plays for Mirandes in Segunda Division as a right back. Martinez started his youth career at the Barca football academy, but in 2013 he moved to Club Esportiu Europa. At the start of his senior career, the Dominican footballer played for both Villarreal B and Villarreal C before joining Marbella.
After scoring two goals in 63 appearances in the league for los Blanquillos, Carlos Julio Martinez moved to Mirandes in the summer of 2018. Speaking of his international career, Martinez made his debut with the Dominican Republic national team on December 8, 2012 in a 2-1 win over Antigua and Barbuda in the Caribbean Cup.
His primary position is right-back, but he can be used as a right midfielder as well. Carlos Julio Martinez was born in Santo Domingo de Guzman, Dominican Republic, and he has a dual citizenship.
Highlighted Team (Tenerife):
Tenerife is a Spanish club based in the Canary Islands. Tenerife were founded on November 21, 1912, with the team playing home games at Heliodoro Rodriguez Lopez. The stadium was opened on July 25, 1925 and it can hold up to 22,824 spectators.
Los Insulares established them as the elite division club in the 1990s, but in 1999 the team suffer relegation to La Liga 2. Tenerife played in la liga two seasons more (2001/02, 2009/10), but they have been competing in lower leagues ever since. Los Insulares wear white and blue shirts when playing at home, whereas light green is the dominant colour of their away kit.
Tenerife participated in the UEFA Cup in the 1993/94 season, with the team eliminating the likes of Auxerre and Olympiakos before losing to Juventus in the last 16. Three years later the Spanish club did remarkably well to make it to the UEFA Cup semis. Las Palmas are considered Tenerife’s main rivals.