No team in the Spanish la liga have lost more matches than Betis this season, with Manuel Pellegrini’s side enduring nine defeat in their 16 games; six triumphs and one draw which has seen them gather 19 points, however, which is sufficient for tenth place in the table the way things are.

Consistency has been a significant issue for Betis during the 2020-21 season, and they will participate in this present end of the week’s challenge off the rear of a 4-3 defeat at Levante.

Los Verdiblancos have gotten four points from their last two home league matches, however, imparting the points to Villarreal on December 13 preceding account a 1-0 win over Cadiz 10 days after the fact.

Having completed a disillusioning fifteenth last season, the Seville outfit will unquestionably be searching for an improvement in 2020-21, yet it is hard to envision them asserting a top-half completion because of their flightiness, which has just observed them conceded 30 times in 16 matches the most noticeably awful defensive record in La Liga.

Sevilla, however, give off an impression of being immovably heading the correct way by and by, having gotten back to the main four on Tuesday night politeness of a 2-0 win over Villarreal.

Lucas Ocampos and Youssef En-Nesyri scored the goals against the Yellow Submarine, and Julen Lopetegui’s side have now been successful in three of their last four group fixtures.

The Europa League holders lost three straight matches between October 17 and October 31 however have just endured one defeat since and will be hoping to move into third spot in the table this end of the week.

The way things are, Sevilla are level on points with third-set Real Sociedad and seven points behind second-put Real Madrid, yet they have two games close by on both of the sides straightforwardly above them.

Los Nervionenses have really won their last three league games against Betis, remembering a 2-1 triumph for the relating game last season, however Betis have won in two of their last six experiences.


Matches between these different sides are consistently uncommon paying little mind to the event, and it is turning out to be another interesting challenge. Betis have the devices to hurt Sevilla in the last third of the field, yet the guests will enter the match in superb structure, and we are foreseeing a limited accomplishment for Lopetegui’s side. Hence, we predict a win for Sevilla.