09/12/2021 at 8:00 PM CEST
The Getafe, who counts his games by losses, and the Elche, who has not released his record of victories this season either, will look at the Coliseum Alfonso Pérez for the first win of the season to reinforce two quite similar tactical approaches.
Getafe faces the game against Elche at the Coliseum with the obligation to win after losing three defeats against Valencia, Seville and Barcelona in the first three days, in which they were only able to score in one of those duels.
Despite the fact that the image given on the pitch has not been bad, the results have not accompanied Getafe, something that the team he directs hopes to reverse this day Michel. To do this, he must improve his defensive performance and also his scoring ability.
The Madrid coach has all his troops for this meeting. The only doubt resides in the Czech midfielder Jankto, who has spent the last few days suffering from a chafing on his foot from which the coaching staff hopes he is recovered.
Regarding the starting eleven, no big changes are expected although there could be some variant in the attack since the Mexican Joseph Macias or Juan Bush they could have their chance if Michel decides to change the pair that has been playing so far, Sandro Ramírez and Enes An I.
For its part, Elche, despite not knowing victory yet, faces the match reinforced by the good image offered in the previous rounds, in which they managed to score against rivals such as Athletic Club and Sevilla, and by the effect they have caused. the latest signings, such as Luke Perez and, above all, the Argentine Javier Pastore.
The Elche coach, Fran Scribe, has found the Argentine, who has not played for more than a year due to a hip injury, in better condition than expected, so it could be one of the novelties in the call, such as Omar Mascarell or Gerard Gumbau, last minute signings that have not yet debuted.
The Valencian coach will also be able to count on the central defender Pedro Bigas, left last day due to physical problems, with the forward Luke Boyé, who had to leave the field against Sevilla due to some discomfort, and with the Chilean Enzo Roco, who has arrived in perfect condition from the World Cup qualifiers.
With the latest signings, the tactical alternatives for Elche have multiplied, although everything indicates that Scribe the system of three centrals will maintain one more day. The main doubts are in the attack, where Luke Perez and Darius Benedetto they will fight to be the couple of Luke Boyé.
Getafe: David Soria; Damián Suárez, Djené, Mitrovic, Olivera; Aleñá, Maksimovic, Arambarri, Jankto; Sandro and Enes Unal.
Elche: Kiko Casilla; Bigas, Gonzalo Verdú, Roco; Palacios, Marcone, Guti, Fidel, Mojica; Benedetto and Boyé.
Referee: Mario Melero López (Andalusian Committee).
Stadium: Coliseum Alfonso Pérez.