Celta Vigo Vs Espanyol Live Stream August 18 2018 Kick Off 16:15 GMT
Celta Vigo Vs Espanyol Live Stream
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Celta Vigo having cemented their status as a La Liga fixture, managing three top-half finishes and a pair of Copa del Rey semifinals will host Espanyol on Saturday 18th August 2018.
Their league form slipped moderately the past two seasons, each of which has concluded with them sitting thirteenth.
Celta turned in one of the league’s more eventful seasons, netting an impressive 59 goals, while conceding 60 – second-most for a non-relegated side (Real Betis allowed 61) – on the way to 49 points in the 2017/2018.
Celta spent virtually the entire season sniffing around the top ten, climbing as high as seventh around the halfway point, before some late stumbles dropped them to thirteenth.
Celta Vigo Comings and Departures.
Arrivals: Fran Beltrán, CM (€8.0 mm, from Rayo Vallecano); Néstor Araujo, CB (€7.0 mm, from Santos Laguna, in Mexico); Okay Yokuslu, DM (€6.0 mm, from Trabzonspor, in Turkey); Mathias Jensen, CM (€5.0 mm, from FC Nordsjaelland, in Denmark); David Juncà, LB (free transfer, from Eibar); Sofiane Boufal, AM (on loan from Southampton); Brais Méndez, AM, and Kevin Vázquez, RB (promoted from Celta Vigo B); Claudio Beauvue, CF (end of loan – returns from Leganés)
Departures: Borja Iglesias, CF (€10.0 mm, to Espanyol); Jonny Castro, LB (€7.0 mm, to Atlético Madrid); Daniel Wass, CM (€6.0 mm, to Valencia); Sergi Gómez, CB (€5.0 mm, to Sevilla); John Guidetti, CF (sold to Alavés for €4.0 mm following end of loan); Theo Bongonda, LW (€1.6 mm, to SV Zulte Waregem, in Belgium); Pablo Hernández, CM (promoted
Aspas, Sisto and Maxi Gomez, along with captain Hugo Mallo, Stanislav Lobotka and incoming loanee Sofiane Boufal have plenty of chances to boost the attack.