After the victory last Saturday against Sporting de Gijón in El Toralín, which served Ponferradina to settle in the upper-middle zone of the classification and regain peace after three games without winning, the Berciano team now faces a double exam away from home, where so far its performance has been totally opposite to that registered with its public.So, while Deportiva is the fourth best team at home, where he has added 29 of his 40 points and has only lost to Las Palmas, when he has to exercise as a visitor, the blue and white box becomes the second worst in the category, surpassing only the Racing of Santander.Those of Jon Pérez Bolo have only achieved two victories away from Ponferrada, although they were bells in the fields of Rayo Vallecano and Almería. In the inkwell they stayed three other games that the Ponferradina had almost won and escaped between the fingers in the final minutes, having to settle for the tie: Fuenlabrada, Santander and Albacete.The midfielder Nacho Gil acknowledged Wednesday that the team has to improve their home records, especially now that he has to face two consecutive outings, so as not to see his pursuers approach again: “I would not know how to explain why there is so much difference outside and at home, but We have to step forward to improve those numbers. In this category in general it is difficult to be regular away from home, so to which we improve a little we will go up “. The Valencian recognized that, with the victory against Sporting, the work week is faced differently despite having a complicated exit ahead: “We are very happy for that game and we hope to continue like this. This week we are working very well and we are going to Tenerife for the three points. “Three points that in addition to getting a little closer to the goal of the 50 would serve to bridge the gap with the rival this Sunday: “At the moment we are well in the standings, but Tenerife is not that far away. We need to win to get away from the low zone and also to get them a good advantage. “Yuri has scored four goals for TenerifeAlthough the Brazilian striker of Deportiva has been three days without scoring, the name of Yuri does not bring good memories to Tenerife fans. Maceió’s He has scored four goals in nine games against the Canary team, the last two in the 4-0 that Ponferradina endorsed in the first round of this season.If those two goals (and the game in general) hurt the chicharrera fans, the other two maybe did it even more, because they scored them in the final of the promotion phase that both teams settled in the 2011-12 season and that ended with Ponferradina in the Second Division after winning both El Toralín (1-0, Yuri goal) and Heliodoro (1-2, in a match in which the Brazilian opened the scoring from the penalty spot).If Yuri scores on Sunday, in addition, he will finally be able to match Tyrone as top scorer in the Ponferradina, a milestone that is resisting the blue and white striker in recent weeks but no one doubts that it will reach sooner rather than later.
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