Matchday 8 preview: Guijuelo vs Rayo Cantabria


Matchday 8 preview: Guijuelo vs Rayo Cantabria

Next Saturday at 6:00 pm the match will be held on the eighth day of the Second Federation, where we will see Guijuelo and Rayo Cantabria fight for victory in the Municipal de Guijuelo.

Guijuelo will face the match looking to add more points to its classification after drawing the last match played against Real Avilés. Since the start of the competition, the locals have won three of the seven games played so far with a tally of nine goals for and 10 matches.

Regarding the visiting team, Rayo Cantabria achieved a 1-1 draw against Cayón, adding a point to the last match played in the competition, so they go into the game with the aim of keeping the three points in the opportunity this. In the seven games it played this season in the Second Federation, Rayo Cantabria won three of them with 13 goals in favor and seven against.

In terms of home performance, Guijuelo has two wins and one draw in three games played in its stadium, so it appears to be a solid team in its stadium, which has achieved most of the contested points. As visitors, Rayo Cantabria have won twice in the three games they have played, so it is quite a tough opponent away from home for the locals to face.

The two rivals have met on other occasions at the Municipal de Guijuelo, which resulted in a draw in favor of Guijuelo. Also, the visitors have won all their games at the Guijuelo stadium, having already won three away matches. The last time Guijuelo and Rayo Cantabria played in this competition was in February 2023 and they ended 0-0.

Currently, the two teams are separated in the standings by one point in favor of Rayo Cantabria. Mario Sánchez’s team came into the game in sixth position and had 11 points before the match. For its part, Rayo Cantabria has 12 points and is in fourth position in the standings.

Source: La Verdad


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