Ziganda: It’ll be a very demanding fixture due to our rival, but we can face them

- 'It’ll be an incredibly demanding fixture. We were able to beat them here in the first part of the season, so we need to make it there, too. We have to do it for us, to end the poor run away from home and to make the most of our work,' said the manager ahead of his side’s away clash against Andorra

“I expect a hard-fought encounter. Their proposal is very appealing, they like to enjoy possession and to manage the game proceedings. Both of will, from our style, will try and be the best version of ourselves to pick up all three points,” told Cuco Ziganda about this Sunday. And he added: “They’ve been able to make the most of his squad, and it’s a pleasure to see them play, their producing spectacular performances.” “It’ll be a very demanding fixture – we already saw it here, so it’ll be even harder at their stadium in front of their crowd.”

However, the Azulgranas feel a good vibe around them after their last game at El Alcoraz. “When you win, dynamics and energy are always positive, everything turns out to be better. It’s the best vitamin for the spirit. We can also tell by the atmosphere around us.” And Ziganda pursued: “It’s tight among all the teams in the table, there are still many games to play, and we’d like to reach 50 points for our first objective.In that sense, he added: “We’ve got many tough matches ahead of us, in which all teams have a lot at stake. We’re really close to the 50 points we’d like, but we have to make it happen. Our goal is to show his best form and be professional, we have at least to try.”

When asked about their weakness this season, the poor run away from home, Ziganda was straightforward: “Every week is the same: I honestly believe that we have performed better lately. Let’s try and see if we are finally able to turn tables this Sunday. In some of the games, the team have played well but have lacked of something – maybe determination, maybe confidence or punch. We need to be aware that we still need to do something else. And we’ve got our next chance this Sunday,” he concluded.