Celta will again be without the services of Ruben Blanco, Emre Mor and Sergio Alvarez through injury, while Hugo Mallo picked up a hamstring problem against Osasuna and is set to miss out. Mallo’s spot in the starting XI is expected to be taken by Kevin Vazquez, but it could otherwise be the same side that took to the field for the 2-1 success. Santi Mina should again line up alongside Aspas in the final third of the field, with Nolito, Denis Suarez and Brais Mendez also featuring in attacking positions for the home team. As for Levante, Ruben Rochina will be available after serving a one-game ban, but Dani Cardenas, Jose Campana, Nemanja Radoja, Jorge Miramon and Nikola Vukcevic are all still injured. Head coach Lopez is expected to resist the temptation to make wholesale changes from the starting XI that suffered a disappointing 1-0 defeat to struggling Elche last time out. As a result, Jorge de Frutos, Jose Luis Morales and Roger Marti should all retain their spots, but Gonzalo Melero and Son could potentially come into the side.
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