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- At this time of year, the Boys in Brown would normally be at training camp somewhere on the Spanish Mediterranean coast. With the first half of the season behind them, the players would be spending a few days together working hard in training and helping the new acquisitions to settle in. Over the last ten months, however, much of what is considered normal has become a distant memory. For the players, the upshot is a congested fixture list with little time to rest.
- January may well determine the course of the rest of the season. Just two games have been played so far, but another 15 points are up for grabs in the next 23 days, and the Boys in Brown are targeting as many as possible. Experience tells us that the outcome of a game is often determined by the form on the day rather than the respective positions in the league table. The current situation is merely a snapshot, leaving the Boys in Brown determined to turn their negative run into a positive.
- It may also be an advantage that Kiel are a known quantity. Timo Schultz’s team lost 2-1 to the Storks in a pre-season warm-up game before gaining their revenge with a 1-0 friendly win during the October international break. Those games may have been evenly balanced affairs, but the two teams have had vastly differing fortunes in the league. The Boys in Brown need the points to escape the drop zone, while a win for Ole Werner's side would do their chances of promotion no harm whatsoever.
- The 32-year-old coach has a squad at his disposal that is blessed with quality and depth. A run of five wins in a row towards the end of last year was tarnished slightly by a 2-1 home defeat against Osnabrück. But Kiel remain unbeaten away from home and boast the best defence in the league, and will make the short journey down the A7 looking to make amends.
- "We'll have to throw everything at it if we want to leave the pitch victorious," said Timo Schultz at the pre-match news conference. The game comes around too soon for new signing Eric Smith, while a decision on the goalkeeper position will be made on Friday. Suspensions for Marvin Knoll and Sebastian Ohlsson leave the coaching team needing to improvise when choosing the starting lineup, and the loss of all four right-backs only compounds their selection woes. Ultimately, however, the result is all that counts against Kiel, regardless of the circumstances. And a second win of the season would do nicely.
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- Men still counted for Livorno, awaited by the match against Albinoleffe. "The sales of Morelli and Sosa are blocked: tomorrow they will be on the field" headlines Il Tirreno . "Data for almost certain starters - we read - yesterday Sosa and Morelli were also on the Academy summary. Ravenna's interest is strong on the central defender . Sudtirol is on the right winger: the deal was practically concluded but has been blocked since, without a surety, no one can be taken. And therefore today, in these already disastrous conditions, Livorno cannot afford to lose even a single piece. Since we are on the eve of the championship match, at least for this match, both Sosa and Morelli will be at Dal Canto's disposal. Then we'll see "
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- Racing will find an Alavés B full of casualties and downturn. After a year and a half without losing in his fief, he started 2021 with two consecutive defeats in Ibaia.
- They were both by the minimum, 0-1, against two great rivals -Real Sociedad B and Real Unión- and with the feeling of having deserved more. Last day, Mini Glorias ended the losing streak by drawing in Gobela against Arenas playing at a disadvantage.
- Alavés B has one point less than Racing, having played the same games, 12. This latest bad run has made them leave the high places of the subgroup. They have won four games, drawn three and lost five with 11 goals for and 13 against. They are almost the same numbers as the Cantabrians, who have 13 goals in favor and 12 against with one more draw instead of a defeat.
- It currently has the youngest squad of the 21 teams in Group II with an average age of 21.1 years after the departure of two of its oldest men.
- For the babazorro team, the game is a final to determine objectives, to know if they continue to fight above or below. Alavés B faces Racing life to death right at its worst. The team accumulates up to six key casualties and it is unknown to what extent it will take their toll. In principle, it has to be noticed and a lot.
- The Vitorian club has terminated the contract of two of its best players: Romanian forward Lupu, 22, who asked to leave to go to Nástic de Tarragona, leader of his subgroup, and midfielder Viti, 23, who was on loan and returns to Canada, to Ottawa The club has chosen to raise people from the C team, San Ignacio, such as Alejandro Balboa, a 2001 midfielder born Equatorial Guinea.
- In addition to the two contractual losses, there are two due to sanctions: Keller from Cameroon, one of the sensations of the subgroup at 19, due to the accumulation of cards, and left-back Julio Martínez, sent off in Getxo. Their top scorer, the skillful Sobrido, who has three goals, is out due to a muscle problem. It could be forced, but it doesn't seem likely. Algerian winger Abde, who has scored two goals, is also in dry dock due to injury.
- Del Alavés B stands out above all his coach, a myth of Second B: Iñaki Alonso. On the bench of a subsidiary it is not usual to find such an experienced coach. He has two promotions to Second A with Real Unión and Murcia, experience in Croatia ... He is more than seasoned. In many ways his Alavés B does not seem like a subsidiary and is very well worked. His hand is noticeable, although he cannot perform miracles either. It would be more normal to see Solabarrieta on the Vitoria bench and Alonso on the Racing bench than the other way around.
- Despite the casualties, they have very interesting players in the squad such as 17-year-old Canarian striker Alán Godoy. He was a U16 international. He has played a lot, nine games, but has only scored one goal. It has a lot of potential, but it is still green. Goalkeeper Aritz Castro, 22, is in a state of grace. If Racing has his day, he can sweat ink to beat him. In Gobela he saved a point.
- Georgian international Giorgi Gagua, 19, has scored two goals and provided an assist. Now without Lupu it will have more prominence. Another junior international, Romanian Tirlea on the right back, is another man to look out for. He came from the Real Madrid quarry. They are all very young footballers, but with projection.
- Viti was the boss in the average that now remains for the Andalusian Illescas and for the Rioja Pepe Blanco, 20 and 21 years old. Sergio García, signed from Prat, measures 1.95 and also gives the team a lot of presence. He has already played in Second B with Prat, Badaolona and La Nucía at 21 years old and this season he has had minutes in First with the first team.
- Alavés B is a team that triangulates very well in short spaces and plays to pass and uncheck. They make a lot more game than the performance they get later in points. This will be the third time that Racing has been measured. They tied one at El Sardinero in preseason and were beaten 3-0 in the first round.
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