CA Osasuna coach Jagoba Arrasate has ensured that in his match against Lorca Deportiva, he and his team will take it "seriously".
For the Basque coach, the Copa del Rey is an "attractive competition" and therefore they travel to Murcia with "great enthusiasm" to pass the draw in a single match.
"It's the greatness of the cup, the forces are combined because it's a party and so there's no room for error," Arrasate told a news conference, saying he must demonstrate his team's supposed superiority "than on the pitch. and so ".
"I would like to see Osasuna win the game tomorrow because if the game is low, they will not blame it," Arrasate said of the game's script, while indicating that Lorca is a "technically good team with two strikers" strikers who are scoring a lot ".
In the call, he explained that they left people out because he understands that the match against Real Sociedad is "very close", ensuring that it will bring "eleven recognizable guarantees to anyone who wants to play".
From his rival Lorca Deportiva, Arrasate, warned that it is a home-winning team that tries to play "with a technique that resembles a Second Division B team instead of the Third," so Osasuna will try to "make Lorca" small because they have arguments to harm us. "
Sergio Herrera continues to have muscle problems, so Arrasate does not rule out Osasuna Promesas goalkeeper Iñaki Alvarez playing early in Artés Carrasco.
In the absence of Lillo in training and summoning, Arrasate said that yesterday after training the team ended with discomfort on one knee. Luis Perea, who withdrew from the session yesterday due to acute lower back pain, was not summoned to the butler's meeting.
"Someone who played on Saturday will play tomorrow, and someone who will play tomorrow will also play against Real," said Arrasate, who seeks to "play with the illusion that players have fewer minutes to appear and spin."