Alcorcón: Manu Herrera; Nagore, Babin
(Rueda 51'), Agus, Ángel Sánchez; Rubén Sanz, Sergio Mora;
Fernando Sales (Saúl 70'), Borja, Paco Montañés; Quini
(Oriol Riera 61'). 4-2-3-1.
Hércules: Juan Carlos; Arbilla, Samuel, Pepe Mora (Urko Vera 77'), Peña; Aguilar, Tiago Gomes (Tote 64'); Adrián Sardinero (Carlos Calvo 64'), Míchel, Gilvan; Aganzo. 4-2-3-1.
Yellow cards: Peña 34', Gilvan 44', Manu Herrera 56', Aganzo 67', 92', Saúl 82', Angel 84', Arbilla 93', Aguilar 93', Nagore 94' / red cards: Aganzo 92'.
Alcorcón will be Valladolid's rivals in the play-off final after they eliminated Hércules on the away goal rule thanks to a 0-0 draw later in the evening. The Madrid based side were only promoted to the second division two seasons ago, but they have been unbeaten in their Santo Domingo stadium since November. The 1-1 draw from the first leg meant that the visitors needed to score, but the early chances fell to the locals, Borja and Nagore shooting wide and Borja having a penalty appeal turned down. Adrián Sardinero did steer a header over the bar at the other end before the break, but even with Tote and Urko Vera joining the attack, Hércules hardly troubled Manu Herrera after that. Later on in the game Oriol Riera fired the best chance of the evening wide of the post, and the game ended with a frustrated Aganzo getting himself sent off for a second booking. Anquela had taken his side to the final, and they are only two games away from joining neighbours Getafe and Rayo in the big time.