They will not necessarily be aligned as opening prices can vary from previous day closing prices. You see this often in pre-market activity on stock markets like the NASDAQ. Opening bid/ask is usually different from previous day close
As @filip mentioned, this is known as a Gap. What’s important to note here is that there is an investor psychology where, if there is a large gap, often at some point in the future the stock will close that gap.
What this means is that when there is a big spike up or hit down, the market will at some point return to that price and fill the gap.
Sounds crazy, but historically this is a tendency that actually happens in the market.