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La Liga: Real Betis vs. Real Madrid

VENUE: Benito Villamarín Stadium

DATE AND TIME: Monday January 14, 2019 at 03:45 A.M. (GMT+8)

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Who will be the real “Real” in the battle between Real Betis and Real Madrid at the Benito Villamarín Stadium on Monday January 14 at 3:45 in the morning. (GMT+8) Who will emerge victorious find out in 12BET mobile application for IOS and Android, 12ACCESS for PC and bet on sports and slots.

Head to head:

02/18/18 Primera Division Real Betis 3 : 5 Real Madrid
09/20/17 Primera Division Real Madrid 0 : 1 Real Betis
03/12/17 Primera Division Real Madrid 2 : 1 Real Betis
10/15/16 Primera Division Real Betis 1 : 6 Real Madrid

Real Betis news:

In La Liga last season nine months ago, Real Betis showed an amazing game that led them on the sixth place position. Despite having a great season last time there are still speculations on whether Los Verdiblanco can remain being competitive at the end of the table for a second run.

Quique Setien’s squad have won only one game on their last five fixtures in all competitions however they still stay in sixth position in the standings and hoping for place in the next season of Champion’s league.

Setien will regroup because there is still a long way to go in the league. Their foundation has been laid strong and there is an opportunity to further make the gap close on a sloppy Madrid side.

Real Madrid news:

After being appointed as the new Interim Manager of Real Madrid Solari has won twelve of his 16 matches but still there are speculations that he is unlikely to handed down the legacy that he got on a permanent basis to the squad.

The Los Vikingos moved a step backward into contention for the La liga title but claiming just a point from fixtures against Villarreal and Real Sociedad could result to a possibility of being 13 points adrift by the time by the time they take to the pitch this weekend.

The manner of the losing at home against Real Sociedad, was enough to make people speculate that Jose Mourinho could return to the Bernabeu in the future. Solari was aware that winning would be an enough reason for him stay as the Manager of Real Madrid


Real Betis’ Squad

Pau López Goal Keeper #13

Joel Robles Goal Keeper #1

Marc Bartra Centre-Back #5

Aïssa Mandi Centre-Back #23

Sidnei Centre-Back #12

Zouhair Feddal Centre-Back #4

Júnior Firpo Left-Back #20

Francis Guerrero Right-Back #2

Antonio Barragán Right-Back #19

William Carvalho Defensive Midfield #14

Javi Garcia Defensive Midfield #3

Giovani Lo Celso Central midfield #21

Sergio Canales Attacking Midfield #6

Ryad Boudebouz Attacking Midfield #10

Christian Tello Left Winger #11

Takashi Inui Left Winger #8

Diego Lainez Left Winger #–

Joaquín Right Winger #17

Loren Morón Centre-Forward #16

Antonio Sanabria Centre-Forward #9

Sergio León Centre-Forward #7

Real Madrid’s Squad

Keylor Navas Goal Keeper #1

Kiko Casilla Goal Keeper #13

Thibaut Courtois Goal Keeper #25

Dani Carvajal Defender #2

Jesús Vallejo Defender #3

Sergio Ramos Defender #4

Raphaël Varane Defender #5

Nacho Defender #6

Marcelo Defender #12

Álvaro Odriozola Defender #19

Sergio Reguilón Defender #23

Adrián De la Fuente Defender #26

Francisco Garcia Defender #37

Toni Kroos Midfielder #8

Luka Modric Midfielder #10

Gareth Bale Midfielder #11

Casemiro Midfielder #14

Federico Valverde Midfielder #15

Lucas Vázquez Midfielder #17

Marcos Llorente Midfielder #18

Marco Asensio Midfielder #20

Brahim Diaz Midfielder #21

Isco Midfielder #22

Dani Ceballos Midfielder #24

Vinicius Junior Midfielder #28

Javi Sánchez Midfielder #31

Franchu Midfielder #34

Álvaro Fidalgo Fernández Midfielder #36

Mariano Forward #7

Karim Benzema Forward #9

Cristo González Forward #27


The host Real Betis is in sixth place in the ladder and is just four points short of Real Madrid who sits in fifth position. However the two won’t head into the game in the highest of frame of mind after a disappointing 2-1 defeat to rock-bottomed Huesca last Saturday. Ten Minutes after the break, Quique Setien’s men even manage to grab the lead at Alcoraz through Antonio Sanabria. But after six minutes, Madrid has let the weakest team in the league to out done them via two goals. Betis only lost 2 of 9 home games in the league so far and they could be a tough team to beat considering that Real Madrid is a bit sloppy this season. Still, Madrid have the edge on Betis in their match-up.



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