A much-changed Mallorca away at Reus. The home side had seven more points than Mallorca going into the game and were two points short of a play-off spot. But they have proved as capable of losing (or drawing) at home as winning and went into the match with the lowest goals-for tally at home in the league.
That scoring record should have been improved early in the game, when a penalty was awarded against Mallorca's keeper Cabrero. Miramón missed the fourth-minute spot kick. Lekic hit the woodwork just after Lago had gone close and then in the sixteenth minute he put the visitors ahead.
While Reus had greater possession, Mallorca posed the greater threat. Moutinho hit the post ten minutes into the second period. Things seemed to get even better for Mallorca when Díaz was shown a straight red, but two minutes later García was off for Mallorca for a second yellow offence. With quarter of an hour to go, Máyor equalised. Carbiá, who set up the goal just after coming on as a sub, drew a save from Cabrero as Reus went in search of the win. Olmo went close in time added on, but Reus, and Mallorca, had to settle for the one point.