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Second league Spain odds

Second league Spain odds

Who wins the Second league in Spain 2018?

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The spanish second division, LaLiga2, will start its 87th edition in August. 22 teams will compete for two promotion spots and a playoff for another one in one of the strongest second tier leagues of the world.

The new teams which arrived after relegation are Osasuna, Granada CF and Sporting de Gijón. From these, Sporting is the team with better expectations to achieve promotion. The team commanded by Iñaki Tejada will have a strong squad for this season if they keep most of the players who played in LaLiga. Names like Carlos Castro and Moi Gómez are important ones in the offensive line and can shine in this division. If Sporting keeps them and sign some experienced players, they will fight in the top positions until the end. A different situation is facing Granada CF, with most of the squad leaving after their disastrous performance. It's not clear how Tony Adams will manage to assemble a new team with almost no confirmed squad until today. Osasuna is in the middle of those situations, but it's hard to see how the market movements are going to be made, as the new manager, Diego Martínez, confirmed his position a few days ago. They have in fact lose some important players, such as the forwards Pedro León and Kenan Kodro, who will be playing for Betis and 1.FSV Mainz 07 respectively. The midfielder Roberto Torres, who was another important player, it's reported to leave also. The same happened with the Italian goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu, who is back at Paris Saint Germain.

From the remaining teams, there are a lot of historical ones who can always run a great season if they have the players to. Tenerife finished 4th the past season and will keep important players: Suso Santana, Gabu Shibasaki and Aitor Sanz might stay at the club. However, the loss of two important forwards, Choco Lozano and Amath Ndiayé, might hurt their chances if they don’t replace both with some experienced players. The same can be said about Cádiz CF. The team will be losing their top scorer Alfredo Ortuño, who signed for Las Palmas. Álvaro Cervera is focusing on keeping some of the best players in the midfield: Aitor García, Jon Ander Garrido and José Mari had high points the past season and with it comes the interest of some competitors. If they’re able to retain some of these and get a good forward, they’ll have their chances again. Valladolid is another of the teams that alternates between the first and the second division and will always be a candidate. At this moment, they’re trying to re-sign the Dominican forward Raúl de Tomás, who returned to Real Madrid after his loan. The forward made an impressive season, with 14 goals in 36 matches and if they’re able to get him again, it’s just a matter of finding the right companions to him.

After their relegation, Rayo Vallecano was supposed to fight for a promotion spot. They eventually had a bad season and ended far from that. But the team managed by Míchel has the meanings to build a good squad and try to fight for the first positions, and it’s just a matter of time to see if this is going to happen this year.