Banfield – Arsenal
Banfield managed an important point on their visit to Newell’s Old Boys last Monday, with goalkeeper Facundo Cambeses stopping a penalty in the 92nd minute. El Taladro succumbed to a single defeat in six games under recently-appointed boss Diego Dabove (winning three and drawing two), which allowed them to make it 26 points and climb from 20th to 17th place in the relegation standings. Banfield are still the worst home side in the league (having taken 11 points from 33 on offer), but they registered two wins and one loss at Estadio Florencio Sola since the new man in charge’s arrival.
Sarandi Arsenal saved a point following their 1-1 home draw against Boca Juniors in a hard-fought game last time out, when Bruno Sepulveda netted the equaliser in the 75th minute. The team are yet to win in three games under interim boss Dario Espinola, having drawn one and lost two. El Viaducto remain occupying the bottom spot of the league table, having accumulated 20 points in 24 matches, which places them in the 22nd spot of the relegation standings. Furthermore, Arsenal are on 12 away matches without a win in league action, having drawn two and lost ten in that spell.
Last game of the season, Arsenal playing away always concedes goals and I expect both to play a relaxed and open game.
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