Mallorca's captains were giving a rallying call. | Miquel A. Cañellas
La Segunda strugglers Real Mallorca, for the second season in the past three years, have to rely on the last game of the campaign to stop them tumbling into the oblivion of Segunda B – the third tier of Spanish football. They play away at Valladolid on Saturday evening at 8.30pm. The bookies make us 4/9 on to win, 6/5 to draw, with Valladolid 5/1 to beat us. The permutations are nail-biting (I don't have any left now). If we win and Ponferradina and Almeria don't beat Girona and Cordoba respectively, we're safe. If we draw and they lose, then we stay in La Segunda: it couldn't be tighter. Don't forget that in Spain it goes on head to head not goal difference.