All the goals of matchday 40 of Segunda

LaLiga Smartbank is nearing its conclusion with everything still to be decided. With Espanyol already promoted (he plays against the Ponferradina in a game with little emotion on Tuesday at 9:30 p.m.), Mallorca seeks to do the same and close its pass to First Division. For this you will have to win at Tenerife in the Canary Islands, a match that takes place on Wednesday at 9:30 p.m.

They are also playoff spots at stake, four spots that are raffled between five teams. Almería marches third, which plays on Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. in Cartagena in the match that opens the day. It is followed by Leganés, which is measured at Mirandés in Burgos on Wednesday at 9:30 p.m. Then Girona leaves, sleeping in promotion positions for the first time this season. It will try to stay in fifth place, and even storm the top positions, in Malaga Thursday at 7:00 p.m. In the last square that marks the noble zone is Sporting de Gijón, which receives Las Palmas in El Molinón on Thursday at 7:00 p.m. in a match in which the Canaries do not play anything. The fifth in contention is Rayo Vallecano, tied on points with the Asturians but below due to their direct confrontations. Madrilenians welcome Oviedo Thursday at 9:30 p.m.

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Under, they fight for permanence the Albacetebottom, who wants to continue dreaming of a victory on Tuesday at 9:30 p.m. against the Lugo. The Galicians are, precisely, the team that precedes them in the depths of the classification. They are also in trouble Sabadell (Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. before the Alcorcón), the Logroñés (receives the Fuenlabrada on Wednesday at 7:00 p.m.) and Castellon, the last team that occupies the places that give the right to stay. Your party in Saragossa Thursday at 9:30 p.m. is one of those that closes the day.

Fuenlabrada – Rayo (1-2)

The Vallecano Ray, with goals from Isi Palazón and Oscar Trejo, both from penalties, won the Madrid derby at a Fuenlabrada that, despite playing the entire second half with nine men due to the expulsions of Randy Nteka and Pathé Ciss in the first half, managed to close the gap with a goal from Frenchman Aboubakary Kanté and sought a tie until the end.

Mallorca – Alcorcón (2-0)

The Majorca has a foot and a half in the First Division after defeating the Alcorcón at the Son Moix stadium with 4,086 euphoric spectators in the stands who have already begun to celebrate their promotion. The goals of Abdón Prats from penalties and Salva Sevilla have placed Luis García Plaza’s team just one point from the promotion, and Juan Antonio Anquela’s, on the edge of the precipice.

Leganés – Logroñés (3-0)

The Leganes took a new step forward in their qualification for the promotion playoff after imposing as host to the UD Logroñés, a team for which the adverse result complicates its permanence. Two goals from Miguel and one from Sabin Merino gave the cucumbers the victory.

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