In the first match of La Liga round 30, Huesca and Elche square off at Estadio El Alcoraz. Huesca will look to improve on their 2-0 victory over Levante, and a win over another relegation-threatened team will see them avoid the bottom three. Los Azulgranas have been showing signs of progress recently, so it’s no surprise they’re considered favourites to win the match on Friday.


Former Valencia attacker Rafa Mir will be one to watch in the home squad, as he is sure to be a handful for the opposing defenders. Dimitrios Siovas, the Greece defender who sustained an injury at the weekend, is unlikely to play against Elche. Los Franjiverdes, on the other side, have gone four games without a victory in La Liga, and after the return of attacker Lucas Boye from suspension, we’re inclined to back Huesca.

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On April 21, 1988, he was born in A Coruna, Galicia. Pedro Mosquera is a midfielder for Deportivo La Coruna in Spain. He began his senior career with RM Castilla after finishing his youth career with Real Madrid, making a total of 98 appearances for the club between 2006 and 2010.

Pedro Mosquera joined Getafe in the summer of 2010, but he only played 39 games for the capital club in the cup. In 2012, he returned to Real Madrid B, where he scored five goals in 58 games during his second stint at the Alfredo di Stefano Stadium.

The 184-cm-tall midfielder then moved to Elche, where he played 25 La Liga games before returning to La Coruna at the end of the 2014/2015 season and signing a contract with his boyhood club Deportivo. The contract of Pedro Mosquera with the Galician club expires on June 30, 2021. His primary position is central midfield, but he also has the ability to act as a defensive midfielder.


Elche is a Spanish club that competes in La Liga and was founded in 1923. Los Franjiverdes will host their opponents at Estadio Manuel Martinez Valero, which has a capacity of 33,732 spectators. On September 8, 1976, the venue first opened its doors.

When Elche plays at home, they wear white jerseys with a green line and white socks, while their away jersey is black. Elche reached the Copa del Rey final in 1969, which was the club’s greatest achievement. The Spanish Cup final pitted Los Franjiverdes against Club Atletico de Bilbao, with the Basques winning by one goal to none.

Mario Pasalic, Ivan Bolado, Garry Rodrigues, Goran Djorovic, Albert Nadj, Wakaso, Moha, Carlos Sanchez, Ioan Andone, Enzo Roco, Dominique Malonga, Richmond Boakye, and Sory Kaba are only a few of the prominent former members of the band. Elche has never competed in a European exhibition on behalf of Spain.

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