Our forecast for this match in the Segunda Division:
Highlighted Team (Albacete):
In August of 1940, Albacete was founded as a Spanish club and their home stadium, Carlos Belmonte, has a capacity of 17,524 people. Currently, they compete in Segunda Division, but in the 1990s they were a regular in La Liga.
Their highest placement in the top division of Spanish football was during the 1991/92 season, where they secured 7th place in the final rankings. El Queso Mecanico, also known as Clockwork Cheese, has never competed in European tournaments on behalf of Spain. The iconic player for the club is Spanish legend Andres Iniesta. Hailing from Albacete, Iniesta played a crucial role in saving his hometown club from bankruptcy in December 2011 by becoming their majority shareholder.
Consequently, Iniesta received a statue in his hometown of Albacete as a tribute. When playing at their home stadium, El Queso Mecanico dons white jerseys and shorts, while their away kit features black and purple as the primary colors.