Juvenil A and B seek to reengage with the goal of permanence
SD Huesca will travel to Nuevo Los Olmos on Sunday to face Binéfar at 4:00 p.m. Dani Aso's team will seek to win after the defeat against Belchite (0-1) and the last draw against UD Fraga (0-0). Binéfar has not won a league game since December 20: two losses and four draws in a row. They arrive at the match with 12 points in their locker, located in the tenth qualifying place. Huesca is not going through their best moment either, the lack of important players has caused them to go from a streak of nine goals in three games with full victories, to a victory, four draws and a defeat (7/18 points). In the first round, Aso's men won 2-1 in a very matched game but with little competitive rhythm, since it was the first game of the season. SD Huesca B has seven finals left to finish the first phase of the season.
SDH Juvenil A plays on Saturday at 12: 00h in San Jorge against CD Ebro. Huesca lost against Lleida, but far from finding themselves in a bad dynamic, they have been practicing good football, which has been accompanied by good results during the month of January. José Luis Toa's footballers have achieved these results in part by having found the way to score more easily. A factor absent in much of the first part of the championship. The 15 points of Huesca allow it to be placed only two of the Stadium Casablanca, a team that marks the permanence in the fifth position.
Juvenil B will face CD Marianistas in Zaragoza on Saturday at 4:00 p.m. Despite the poor run of results: one win and four losses in the last five games. Huesca are four points from salvation. The Zaragoza club is one point above Huesca, so a victory against one of the direct rivals in the classification makes Huesca get fully into the fight for permanence.