Tenerife: Aragoneses; Marc Bertrán, Manolo,
Culebras, Pablo Sicilia; Ricardo, Richi (Kome 70'); Juanlu (Dinei 60'), Alfaro
(Mikel Alonso 84'), Ayoze; Nino. 4-2-3-1.
Valladolid: Justo Villar (Jacobo 46'); Pedro López, Sereno, Nivaldo, Del Horno; Nauzet, Borja, Javi Baraja, Marquitos (Keko 64'); Manucho (Canobbio 55'), Diego Costa. 4-4-2.
Yellow cards: Ricardo 43', Manucho 51', Baraja 74', Bertrán 81', Borja 86'.
Tenerife and Valladolid are the current favourites to join Xerez in the second division next year, and they are both a step closer to the drop after cancelling each other out in a 0-0 draw. The visitors had brought in veteran coach Javier Clemente to save them after Onésimo was fired midweek, but even he couldn't prevent a fourth game in a row without a goal. A promising start came to nothing, and the Canary Islanders felt themselves unlucky not to take the three points, Ricardo having a goal disallowed for offside and Culebras and Dinei coming up against keeper Jacobo, who substituted the injured Justo Villar at the break.