Gijon comes after showing their most solid and convincing face since the arrival of Gallego in the last 2 games. Two victories with very good games against Girona (with three key players out due to national teams obligations), and another comfortable win against Mirandes. For this game coach, Gallego can count on Rosas and Đurđević (who was the second top scorer in LaLiga2 last season with 22 goals). Also, in the starting eleven will be Pablo García, who will be a great addition to the squad. Opposite from the home team, Leganes arrives without a win in the first four rounds, with serious problems to build a game and even more to define. Coach Garitano has a lot of problems both due to injuries and the late incorporation of several players in the summer transfer market. Today, Arnaiz (3/1), Omeruo (3/0), Shibasaki (3/0), Barcenas (2/0), and Aviles (0/0) are unavailable. I think that Gijon is in great form and should make the third win in a row.