Osasuna: Andrés Fernández;
Damià, Miguel Flaño, Arribas, Nano; Oier, Raoul Loe; Cejudo
(Lamah 67'), Armenteros, Sisi (Llorente 34'); Kike Sola (Timor 62'). 4-2-3-1.
Rayo: Cobeño; Tito, Gálvez, Jordi Amat, Nacho; Javi Fuego, Trashorras (Delibasic 68'); Franco Vázquez (Lass 81'), Chori Domínguez, Piti; Leo Baptistao. 4-2-3-1.
1-0. 05. Kike Sola. Picked up Cejudo pass and ran on to score from tight angle.
Yellow cards: Flaño 33', Armenteros 54', Nacho 78', Gálvez 82'.
Osasuna climbed out of the relegation spots pending the rest of the weekend matches after beating Rayo Vallecano 1-0 in the Friday night game. The only goal came in the fifth minute, Kike Sola picking up Cejudo's pass and running on to beat Cobeño from a wide angle. An on-form Rayo were looking for a place in the top six though, and Leo Baptistao and Piti caused some difficulties for the local defence, Flaño cutting out a dangerous early pass from the former, and Andrés doing well to keep out a shot from the latter a few minutes after the goal. Sola responded with a shot just wide, and after the restart Cobeño had to make important saves from Cejudo and Armenteros. Again Piti fired a shot just wide and Leo had a strike ruled out late on for a marginal offside, but despite losing three players to injuries, the Pamplona based side held on for a much needed victory.