Upd. at 21:04 01/12/2019 The referee booked Víctor Sánchez from Espanyol, while for Osasuna Facundo Roncaglia, Rubén García and Jon Moncayola saw a yellow card and Facundo Roncaglia (2 yellow cards) saw the red card. CET For Espanyol Jonathan Calleri, Óscar Melendo and Pablo Piatti came on for Víctor Sánchez, Fernando Calero and Adrià Pedrosa, while Osasuna brought on Raúl Navas and Jon Moncayola to replace Adrián López and Nacho Vidal. Osasuna staggered past Espanyol in a 2-4 victory on Sunday at Rcde Stadium. Espanyol arrived with the intention of increasing their league score after a 1-1 draw against Getafe while Osasuna lost by a result of 1-2 in the previous match against Athletic. Following today’s result, Espanyol is 19th in the LaLiga table with 9 points from 15 matches, while Osasuna sits 8th with 22 points after 15 matches. The second half started all good for Osasuna, thanks to a good early goal from Ezequiel Ávila in the 49th minute. Later, Osasuna scored again and increased their lead thanks to a goal from Jon Moncayola with the score 1-3. Later, Osasuna scored once more and increased their advantage thanks to a goal from Roberto Torres in the 90th minute with a final score 1-4. However, Espanyol just before the end of the second half hit back thanks to a goal from Jonathan Calleri in the 90th minute, which saw the second half to a 2-4. SPORT.es Good start of the game for Espanyol, with a goal from Marc Roca 20 minutes in the game. Osasuna gave an equalizer thanks to a goal from Rubén García in the 46th minute just before the end of the 45 minutes to establish the 1-1, and the first half ended 1-1. Espanyol will play against Real Madrid at away stadium, while Osasuna will face Sevilla at home stadium.