35 points, the indicator of permanence in 2019-20

first_imgTo get started, the 15 points that Celta scores become the lowest score of a seventeenth ranked, the one that fixes the permanence, in all the three-point leagues. The average points with the current conditions (Leagues of 38 days and with decrease of the last three), to get an idea, is in the 19. And Celta himself, who occupied last year the same position at this point, already had 21 points. This figure predicts that, unless historical milestone, this season will be a cheap stay.But how much can it be? If we stick to the points necessary to save in the previous Leagues, would stand at 39. However, it would be more reliable to calculate how many points have been needed to save between the first round and the second round. And there the result is 20 on average, a figure that in the last five years has dropped a lot. Therefore, in this case it would go from the current 15 to the final 35 as a figure for permanence. Journal As’); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>As diary The mission will not be simple, but not impossible. How to climb a high mountain, It will be a huge, epic effort, not a miracle. This is how Espanyol will face the second round after finishing the first in some numbers that certainly clash with the story: no team that added 11 points on day 19 has been saved. So far the negative, which is not little. The rest of the statistics announce that, as Cornellà-El Prat sings, “yes, you can”.center_img And the Spanish? Well here goes another great statistical news. His average points in the second laps is 24. Sure enough, they are juThese would need to reach that magical amount of 35 that could guarantee you continue in First. It would be worth it, to get an idea, emulate what he has already achieved in 11 of the last 20 seasons, beginning with the last course with Joan Francesc Ferrer ‘Rubi’ (29) and also the previous two, with Quique Sánchez Flores and David Gallego (30 and 25, in chronological order).Obviously, these are only calculations based on historical value. The only sure reality today is that it is Espanyol forced to overcome his three immediate rivals. Specifically, to trace the three points he lost against Leganés and recover the four that take him away from Mallorca (which was five until Saturday) and Celta. And some more than sure will get into the fight …last_img read more

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