Albacete has improved significantly since the arrival of the new coach, and in the last 3 weeks, they have 2 wins and a draw. In addition, they scored 5 and conceded only one goal and want to keep their great form. At the Carlos Belmonte Stadium, they welcome Las Palmas, who played desperately in the last away match against Cartagena, where they were defeated. Midfielder Rober Pejiño, striker Araujo, defender Aythami, and right-back Alvaro Lemos are missings for this match. These players scored 9 goals from 11 in LaLiga2. In their mutual duels at this stadium, they have only one victory since 1999 and I believe that Albacete will be able to grab the three points.