By Humphrey Carter
REAL Mallorca are just one victory away from salvation in the first division.
After Sunday's thumping 3-1 win over Valladolid coach Luis Aragones believes that victory over Malaga this weekend in Palma will be enough to secure the club's top flight future.

A Sunday win will leave Mallorca with 42 points, but club chairman Mateo Alemany yesterday set the side the target of 43 points. He says that with 43 points, relegation will be mathematically impossible.

It was Correa and Delibasic who scored the goals on Sunday, but this weekend, the club is looking for extra help from the home fans.
The club announced yesterday that tickets for Sunday afternoon's game at Son Moix will be priced at between five and ten euros again in order to ensure a capacity crowd. “We want to create an atmosphere as if it were a real cup final,” club sources said yesterday.
Malaga will arrive in Palma off the back of holding Deportivo to a draw in a game which should have ended in victory for the home side which dominated all of the second half and Mallorca will need all their fans' help for Sunday.


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