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Injuries & Suspensions ©
There are so many different leagues across Europe and the rest of the world to enjoy betting on, that getting as much information as you can get in order to guide your betting decisions is highly important. It is easy enough to go and see things like the current form of a team but it isn’t always quite so easy to find out what potential lineups for matches may be from divisions such as Spain’s La Liga 2.

A factor guiding starting elevens, of course, is the injuries & suspensions list and it’s pretty important to know who is and who isn’t playing. Fortunately, we provide an updated list of the current list of all injuries and suspensions that will guide you through your betting decisions in the Spanish second tier. A quick look at the guide will show you who is having to sit out the next round of action either due to injury or a current ban.

Last update on 18 Nov 2019 at 21 hrs


PlayerInjuryInjury DateExpected Return
 José Antonio CaroThigh injury08 Nov 2019A few weeks


PlayerInjuryInjury DateExpected Return
 Jaime GavilanCalf Injury25 May 2019Unknown
 Bernardo CruzHamstring/Strain14 Aug 2019Day to day


PlayerInjuryInjury DateExpected Return
 Carlos AkapoThigh injury09 Mar 2019Unknown
 José Manuel JuradoOverload15 Aug 2019Unknown
 Edu RamosHamstring/Strain15 Aug 2019Unknown
 Jon Ander Garrido MoraciaHand injury11 Oct 2019Unknown

Deportivo La Coruna

PlayerInjuryInjury DateExpected Return
 David SimonGroin injury02 Oct 2019Unknown
 Luis RuizGroin injury11 Oct 2019Unknown


PlayerInjuryInjury DateExpected Return
 Álvaro TraverSprained knee injury06 Oct 2019Unknown
Francisco Molinero Suspended for 1 Match
Suspended for following matches:
22 Nov: Gijón-Tenerife
Nacho Méndez Suspended for 1 Match
Suspended for following matches:
22 Nov: Gijón-Tenerife


PlayerInjuryInjury DateExpected Return
 Pablo InsuaCruciate ligament injury09 Feb 2019Unknown
 Cheick DoukoureCruciate ligament injury24 Feb 2019Mid December 2019
 Daniel RabaCollarbone injury14 Sep 2019Early October 2019

Las Palmas

PlayerInjuryInjury DateExpected Return
 Benito RamírezBroken foot18 Aug 2019Back in training
 Martin MantovaniGroin injury18 Oct 2019Back in training
 Cristian Josué Artiles CedrésStomach trouble18 Oct 2019Day to day


PlayerInjuryInjury DateExpected Return
 Borja Domínguez DomínguezGroin injury16 Nov 2019Unknown


PlayerInjuryInjury DateExpected Return
 Juan Carlos Pérez LópezCalf Injury10 Oct 2019Back in training
 KekoMuscle injury12 Oct 2019Back in training
 Luis MuñozSprained knee injury12 Oct 2019Back in training
 Hicham BoussefianePhysical discomfort10 Oct 2019Unknown
 Abdel AbqarPhysical discomfort10 Oct 2019Unknown
 David LombanLeg injury01 Nov 2019Unknown

Rayo Vallecano

PlayerInjuryInjury DateExpected Return
 Mario SuarezAnkle injury08 Oct 2019Unknown


PlayerInjuryInjury DateExpected Return
 Samuel ShashouaBack injury07 Oct 2019Unknown
 Álex BermejoGroin injury26 Oct 2019Unknown
 Iker UndabarreneUnknown04 Nov 2019Unknown
 Filip MalbasicMuscle injury, Groin injury13 Nov 2019Few Days


PlayerInjuryInjury DateExpected Return
 Raúl GutiBack injury13 Nov 2019Back in training
 Raphael DwamenaHeart problems09 Oct 2019Unknown
 Cristian AlvarezHamstring/Strain03 Nov 2019Unknown
 Carlos Martin VigarayGroin injury06 Oct 2019Early November 2019
Player has returned to training
Player will return in the foreseeable future
Player out for a longer period

Links to current injuries and suspensions lists

All teams have certain players who are their star performers and you need to know when they are going to be absent. The chance to earn promotion up to the Spanish top flight and play the likes of Real Madrid, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid is a dream of all those playing their way through the long season of the second tier in Spain. Three teams will be left celebrating promotion success at the end of the season to join the country’s elite ranks in La Liga.

Unfortunately for four of the teams, they will be dropping down a tier. So if a team has been ravaged by suspensions and ill-discipline then their chances of delivering well in current form are naturally going to be suffering a setback. Keep an eye out for when players are returning to strengthen squads as well and this is information that you can put towards your betting for the Spanish second tier.