In the next fixture of Spanish league, 11th placed Real Betis is visiting the 19th placed Deportivo La Coruna in their home ground Estadio Municipal De Riazor at 1:30 AM (IST) on February 12th. This is by all means would be a nail biting contest since both the teams know the importance of winning this fixture of the game. For the home team, it would be a tough match because they haven’t won their last seven matches and in this game they would try to do everything to get a victory since they are already in the relegation zone. For the away team, this fixture shouldn’t be the tough one because after their last win in their last game, they are riding high on confidence.
When: February 12, 1:30 AM IST
Where: Estadio Municipal De Riazor, Spain
Adan (GK), Francis, Mandi, Bartra, Durmisi, Ruiz, Garcia, Guardado, Joaquin, Moron, Tello
Recent form – L W W L L W
Koval (GK), Luisinho, Albentosa, Sachar, Juanfran, Borges, Guilherme, Lopez, Colak, Cartabia, Andone
Recent form – L D L L D L
Deportivo are winless in their last seven attempts in La Liga, with their recent 5-0 thrashing at the hands Real Sociedad enough to see Cristobal sacked and Clarence Seedorf hired as boss. The hosts have scored in each of their last five home games at Riazor, with their defensive solidity the big question mark heading into the weekend once again.
Betis have won three of their last five in the Spanish top flight, with consistency their big issue. After an important injury to Zouhair Feddal, their defence could be flimsy again.