The Matchday three and four have concluded in both group A and B and little by little the classification is taking shape, although with notable differences between both, since in the second there is much more equality between the teams at the top of the table.
And is that in group A there is an absolute leader: Sevilla FC. With four victories in as many games and a total of 24 goals for only five against add 12 points, which gives a margin of two over the two teams tied for second place: Fuenlabrada and Celta.
He Real Valladolid occupies the fourth position alone with 9 points and behind a larger group already appears with 7 formed by Cádiz, Eibar, Alcorcón and Villarreal. Elche and Real Betis close the upper half with 6 points both by adding as many victories as defeats in these first two weeks.
Behind them are Las Palmas, Lugo and Cartagena with 4, just one ahead of Ponferradina and Mallorca. They have only managed to add a draw after four days Sabadell, Tenerife and Albacete, Meanwhile he Getafe is the red lantern without having managed to release his points locker yet.
At Group B the situation is radically different, since there are six teams tied at 9 points with the first: they are Oviedo, Logroñés, UD Almería, Zaragoza, Leganés and Levante. All of them have managed to win three games, but, curiously, they have also lost at least one.
In fact, it is not a group in which tables have been common, since after these six comes another large group formed by Osasuna, Atlético de Madrid, Mirandés and Valencia that has 6 points in his locker thanks to two wins and two losses.
He Girona tops the bottom half of the table with 5 points, one ahead of another large group of which they are part Real Sociedad, CD Castellón, Huesca and Granada. They are followed by Alavés, with 3, and Espanyol and Sporting, with 1. Also has 0 points the last, which in this case is Málaga.