Mallorca: Dudu Aouate; Hutton (Hemed 46'),
Nunes, Geromel, Luna; Tomás Pina, Javi Márquez (Tissone 81');
Nsue, Giovani, Pereira; Víctor Casadesús (Alfaro 77'). 4-2-3-1.
Osasuna: Andrés Fernández; Marc Bertrán, Miguel Flaño, Rubén, Damià; Lolo (Arribas 88'), Gato Silva; Armenteros (Raoul Loe 85'), Oier, De las Cuevas (Cejudo 69'); Nino. 4-2-3-1.
0-1. 76. Lolo. Steered near post header across Dudu Aouate from Cejudo corner.
1-1. 91. Geromel. Lobbed header over Andrés following long Aouate clearance.
Yellow cards: Rubén 17', Pina 21', Silva 33', Geromel 34', Damià 87', Tissone 88'.
Mallorca remain in next to bottom spot after they were held to a 1-1 draw by fellow strugglers Osasuna in the first match of the weekend. The islanders had changed their coach midweek after failing to win at home since late September, Gregorio Manzano returning to the club for the third time after Caparrós agreed with management that it was time to leave. The visitors though were looking to build on their win last week against Celta which had taken them out of the relegation spots, and they felt themselves hard done by when referee Pérez Montero eventually agreed to rule out an early headed goal by Rubén for what he considered to be a previous foul. Giovani missed a good chance to put the locals ahead before the break, and Pereira had a shot turned round the post by Andrés after the restart, but with a quarter of an hour to go Lolo headed the Pamplona based side in to the lead from Cejudo's corner. However Geromel saved a point for the locals in injury time when he headed over Andrés after Aouate played a long ball in to the area, and Giovani could have won it had his last second strike not been ruled out for a narrow offside.