Martin Valjent misses Sunday's game through quarantine. | MIQUEL A. BORRAS
After a week when Ikea’s new store in Valladolid had a Boaty McBoatface moment, they thought it was a good idea to hold a contest to name the street the store was on but wound up getting hammered – an online poll called the street “Calle Me Falta un Tornillo” (I’m missing a screw street)! – Real Mallorca (who now have to play five games in 14 days) reach match day six in this season’s La Liga SmartBank lying in fourth place on 10 points, having won their last three games on the bounce. This Sunday at 18:15 they play Mirandes (nicknamed Los Jabatos – the wild boars) who play in the Burgos region and lie two points behind us. They will be tricky opponents in their small Anduva ground, having had a brilliant run in last season’s new-look Copa del Rey, reaching the semi-finals knocking out Celta Vigo, Sevilla and Villareal before succumbing to Real Sociedad in the semis. Mallorca know the Anduva stadium very well as it brings back happy memories. On May 27, 2018 we clinched promotion from Segunda B into La Segunda. We won the two-legged play-off 3-1 in Palma and drew away 0-0.