Betis made a good game last round away at Villareal (finished 1-1). They equalized kind of late, but had more chances than the opponent who managed to score only from a penalty.
For a couple of weeks already Betis’ game improved, not only in Primera, but also in Europa League, where they defeated Russian side Rubin Kazan (3-1 the overall score) and qualified further (only to be drawn against another Spanish side, Sevilla).
They are more confident now and even hope avoiding relegation is a real possibility.
Betis will welcome back defender Perquis and midfielder Reyes after both of them were suspended last round.
In-spite having one of the poorest attacks in Primera (3rd from the bottom), Getafe are forced by circumstances to play open football. They have 4 players constantly involved in the offensive phase, but they lack basic attributes needed for any decent Primera player. Defensive midfielders often advance in the attempt to create numerical superiority. Even so, it is still not enough for Getafe as they netted only once in the last 6 rounds…as a matter of fact it is actually more harmful, as there are open spaces at the back.
Betis should be able to control this game and apply constant pressure. If by any chance Getafe will get courageous, they will immediately get punished for it. If not, a constant and moderate pressure should also do the trick.
Betis to win at 10/11 from Bet365 is worth some medium to high stakes.
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