La Liga | Sevilla VS Real Betis; Monday, 13 November at 01:30 GMT +8
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Sevilla is set to face Real Betis in the first Seville derby of the season, scheduled for Monday in gameweek 13 of the Spanish LaLiga.
Sevilla is struggling to find a way out of their current struggles, which have intensified over the past few weeks. Their latest defeat by Arsenal in midweek left them in the bottom of Group B with just two points after four matches, putting their chances of reaching European spring in serious danger. Los Nervionenses, who have only had two victories in the LaLiga season, are also struggling, currently in 15th place with 11 points from as many rounds.
Real Betis secured their third consecutive victory in UEFA’s second-tier competition, crushing Aris Limassol 4-1. Los Verdiblancos affirmed their perfect season momentum and will carry it into the Seville derby. Meanwhile, Manuel Pellegrini’s squad has seven undefeated matches in the Spanish top flight, putting them in sixth place, five points behind the Champions League places. They will look to carry this momentum into the Seville derby.
Orjan Nyland, the first-choice goalkeeper for Barcelona, has left training due to a thigh injury. His absence is expected to last until the next international break. Marko Dmitrovic will attempt to fill the position. Marcos Acuna, who was substituted in the 1-1 draw against Celta Vigo, is doubtful for Sunday’s match due to an Achilles tendon injury. Sergio Ramos, who has been sidelined for three consecutive matches with a foot injury, is also doubtful.
Real Betis faces significant absences due to minor injuries to their first two goalkeepers, Rui Silva and Claudio Bravo. Francisco Vieites could step between posts for the first time this season. However, French playmaker Nabil Fekir is expected to return to the starting XI for the first time this season, providing his team with experience in a crucial matchup.
Goalkeeper: Marko Dmitrovic
Defenders: Marcos Acuna, Nemanja Gudelj, Loic Bade, Jesus Navas
Midfielders: Djibril Sow, Boubakary Soumare, Lucas Ocampos, Ivan Rakitic, Suso
Forwards: Youssef En-Nesyri
Goalkeeper: Francisco Vieites
Defenders: Juan Miranda, Chadi Riad, German Pezzella, Hector Bellerin
Midfielders: Guido Rodriguez, Marc Roca, Ayoze Perez, Isco, Assane Diao
Forwards: Willian Jose
Sevilla VS Real Betis (Last 6 matches)
- Sevilla – 3 wins
- Real Betis – 1 win
- Draws – 2
Over all competition record
La Liga Stats
Real Betis has the potential to score a goal against Sevilla, but it may not prevent a 2-1 advantage for Sevilla.
Winning probability: Sevilla – 44% , Draw – 27% , Real Betis – 29%
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