After shocking form in the second part of the season, Oviedo now looks pretty good. They were drawn into the relegation battle, but the Asturians have now lost just one of their last five matches, and are entering this match after a home win against Sabadell last weekend. Malaga is playing in poor form without a win in the last 4 games and is suffering a minor crisis due to injury. Coach Garcia can’t count on Enriquez (28/2), Munoz (27/5), Chavarria (21/4), Benkhemassa (20/0), Calero (18/1), and Sa (18/0). Despite that, the guests have 9 points more than the danger zone in 4 rounds until the end of the championship and they have practically ensured their survival. I expect Oviedo to do their best to reach a victory that will ensure their stay in LaLiga 2 next season.