Granada: Ochoa; Foulquier, Ingason, Hongla, Héctor (Gastón Silva 46’); Krhin, Uche Agbo; Carcela-González, Wakaso (Aly Mallé 54’), Isaac Cuenca (Ponce 76’); Adrián Ramos. 4-2-3-1.
Málaga: Kameni; Luis Hernández, Luis Muñoz, Diego Llorente, Ricca; Camacho, Recio (Javi Ontiveros 87’); Keko (Duda 68’), Pablo Fornals, Juan Carlos (Demichelis 74’); Sandro. 4-2-3-1.
0-1. 47. Sandro. Fired low shot past Ochoa after Keko intercepted clearance.
0-2. 92. Sandro. Picked up Ontiveros pass and struck angled shot past keeper.
Yellow cards: Ingason 10’, Carcela-González 27’, Adrián Ramos 49’, Wakaso 51’, Hongla 72’.
Granada are now seven points away from safety pending the rest of the midweek games after they lost 0-2 to regional rivals Málaga on Tuesday, and if results go against them they could be relegated by the weekend. Tony Adams’ side hardly got going in the first half, Ochoa making good saves from Camacho and Recio, and Keko and Juan Carlos failing to find the target. Just three minutes in to the second half the visitors took the lead, Sandro thrashing a shot past the Mexican keeper after Keko intercepted a clearance. Kameni had to save from Krhin, and Carcela-González and Adrián Ramos went close as the locals looked to get back in the game. But Sandro fired a shot against the post late on, and with the game in injury time the Ex Barcelona striker wrapped things up after latching on to a pass from Javi Ontiveros. A third win in four games for Málaga, and they are now mathematically sure of first division football at the Rosaleda stadium for another season.