The Elche follow suffering. And he does so to a large extent hampered by his performance away from Martínez Valero, where he has added just nine points, a figure that places him as the worst team of the category away from its stadium next to Alavés, Huesca, Granada and Getafe.
This Saturday, the team led by Fran Escribá visits the Real
Madrid at Di Stéfano. And next Wednesday he will ‘regularize’ his league situation by taking on Sevilla in the Sanchez
Pizjuán, match corresponding to the second league day.
These next two confrontations can serve to break the lousy dynamics of the franjiverdes far from their enclosure: in their last six trips they have only been able to add a point. Fell into the Wanda (3-1 on matchday 14), in Saint
Mamés (1-0), tied at Valladolid (2-2 on January 19, his last positive result away from Elche) and since then he has fallen consecutively in Mestalla (1-0), Bullets (3-1) and grenade (2-1).
Stefano and the Pizjuán they are two enclosures of difficult assault, a priori. But Elche must look there for points that allow it to nurture the dream of permanence.