Watch online Levante 1-0 Malaga Live Streaming Video Football (Spain – LaLiga Santander)

Live Streaming Video Football: Spain – LaLiga Santander.
19 April, 20:30.
Levante 1-0 Malaga

Match Review

This is a duel between two teams threatened with relegation. After ten seasons in La Liga (LL), a defeat here would represent – mathematically – the end of the line for Málaga.
After a winless streak that lasted fifteen rounds, Paco López’s side (LEV) have since managed to win three of their last five matches to stop the rot. Their last two home games (against Eibar and Las Palmas) both ended 2-1 in their favour, and Levante scored first in both games. A 3-0 defeat to Atlético Madrid this past weekend was a slight blip – albeit an expected result.
Málaga have won just two of their last twenty matches and their away record stands at: W1, D2, L13. From a total of 16 matches on the road, Málaga have failed to score in 11 of them; however, they were able to score twice in their last match against Deportivo La Coruña, when they were narrowly defeated 3-2 after suffering a goal in the 85th minute.
Back in December, Málaga produced 18 shots (two on target) whereas Levante created only three chances. González López’s side (MAL) had seven corner kicks in their favour, five more than their opponents. The 0-0 draw was a result of poor finishing from both sides and reflected the low average of goals scored per match by both sides – Levante (0.9) and Málaga (0.6) this season.
Looking at the last six matches between these teams (in all competitions), Levante players were awarded 21 yellow cards whereas Málaga’s side received only ten.
Players to watch: For Levante, Coke, who can play on both sides of the defence, has scored twice in his last six matches and will be up for this relegation clash.
Málaga will need Gonzalo Castro‘s experience in order to maintain hopes of survival. The 33-year-old Uruguayan has scored four goals and provided an assist so far in the league.
Stat attack: 24% of Levante’s goals at home have been scored from the penalty spot.
When playing at home, Levante have won four of the last six duels against Málaga and scored two goals on average.