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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.

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Last update on 23 Jan 2020 at 8 hrs


PlayerInjuryInjury DateExpected Return
 Luís PereaBack injury17 Dec 2019Unknown


PlayerInjuryInjury DateExpected Return
 Jean-Pierre RhynerHamstring/Strain19 Dec 2019Day to day

Deportivo La Coruna

PlayerInjuryInjury DateExpected Return
 Claudio BeauvueMeniscus injury25 Oct 2019Back in training
 Salva RuizHamstring/Strain19 Jan 2020Unknown
 Mamadou KonéFever19 Jan 2020Day to day


PlayerInjuryInjury DateExpected Return
 Marc ValienteMuscle injury03 Dec 2019Doubtful


PlayerInjuryInjury DateExpected Return
 Pablo InsuaBroken nose20 Dec 2019Unknown


PlayerInjuryInjury DateExpected Return
 LuismiVirus30 Dec 2019Day to day


PlayerInjuryInjury DateExpected Return
 Nahuel OmilianiGroin injury21 Jul 2019Unknown
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.