Real Betis draws with Sevilla: It was Real Betis vs Sevilla in La Liga. The match Real Betis vs Sevilla ended in a 1-1 draw.
Real Betis welcomed Sevilla at the Benito Villamarin to play their 17th match of La Liga.
Suso scored first for the visitors in the 48th minute. This goal was canceled by Sergio Canales’ penalty 5 minutes later as the match ended in a 1-1 draw.
Real Betis sits in the 9th position with 20 points while Sevilla is in the 5th position with 27 points.
La Liga LIVE: When and Where to Watch Real Betis vs Sevilla:
La Liga LIVE: When does Real Betis vs Sevilla kick off?
Saturday 2nd January, 2021 – 08:45 PM IST
La Liga LIVE:Where is Real Betis vs Sevilla being played?
Estadio Benito Villamarín, Sevilla
La Liga LIVE:Where can I get tickets for Real Betis vs Sevilla?
No tickets are available as these matches are being played without spectators
La Liga LIVE:Prediction of the composition of players
Real Betis (4-3-2-1): Claudio Bravo; Emerson, Victor Ruiz, Marc Bartra, Alex Moreno; William Carvalho, Guido Rodriguez; Cristian Tello, Nabil Fekir, Joaquin Sanchez; Antonio Sanabria.
Seville (4-3-3): Yassine Bounuo; Diego Carlos, Jules Kounde, Acuna, Jesus Navas; Joan Jordan, Fernando, Ivan Rakitic; Suso, Youssef En-Nesyri, Lucas Ocampos.
La Liga LIVE:Prediction: Sevilla 2-0 Real Betis
This one is arguably the biggest derby in Spain. Known as The Great Derby, it is perhaps the most ferocious and fierce in Spain as well as being one of the most aggressive in Europe. The lack of fans is desperately unfortunate.
Betis come into this with boss Manuel Pellegrini under perpetual pressure. Every positive result is backed up with a negative as inconsistency remains rife at a club who have perennially been inconsistent. A 4-3 defeat to Levante after Christmas followed up a 1-0 win over Cadiz just before Christmas; a microcosm of Betis. Sevilla come into this after an impressive 2-0 win over Villarreal which made it back-to-back wins and three wins in four since their defeat to Real Madrid in December. Sevilla’s remarkable consistency is what is obviously at odds to Betis.
Julen Lopetegui’s men have won or lost by the scoreline 1-0 in eight of their 14 Liga matches. Sevilla should fancy themselves to control the game and sneak past Betis for the second time in the Andalusian derby post-lockdown.