José Gomes’s block arrives this rested clash: ten days separate him from his last duel, as the match against Leganés last weekend was postponed due to the storm that the storm Filomena has provided. The Portuguese coach has already made it clear that the league is the great focus that captures his interest, but the Cup always represents an economic and moral incentive for the team, even more so when he turns seven years without going to the second round. Against Alavés, they will want to repeat the results achieved with Numancia in the previous round, but they will do it without Mathieu Peybernes, who has left for days on loan to Zaragoza.
The following: Lucas Robertone. The Argentine emerged as a hero in the previous round with a double. Today, before a First, he will again have the opportunity to claim.
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