Here is the latest form and team news from both sides:
Real Betis are having a successful season by their standards. They sit third in the league after 26 matches and are on a run of 3 wins and 2 draws in their last 5 league games. They are also in the Europa League Round of 16, where they travel to Zenit St. Petersburg for the second leg of their encounter.
In 26 league games this season, Betis have 14 wins, 4 draws, and 8 losses and have scored 48 times, conceding 32. They are in a Champions League spot and face a fierce battle with Barcelona, Atlético Madrid, Real Sociedad, and Villareal. Juanmi is Real Betis’s highest goal scorer with 12 goals and 1 assist.
For their team news, Real Betis have several players who are unlikely to feature in this fixture. Nabil Fekir, Martin Montoya, Sergio Canales, Victor Caramasa, Juan Miranda, Diego Lainez, and Rodri are injured and remain doubtful to face Atlético Madrid.
Diego Simeone’s men are having an underwhelming season by their standards. They are 15 points behind league leaders Real Madrid and find themselves racing for a Champions League qualification with Betis, Real Sociedad, and Villareal. Despite the depth of talent they possess, Atlético Madrid have fallen short of their city rivals.
In 26 league games, they have 13 wins, 6 draws, and 7 losses and have scored 47 goals and conceded 34. They also have three wins and two draws in their last five league games. Angel Correa is their top scorer this season with 11 goals and 4 assists.
For injuries and suspensions, Stefan Savic, Daniel Wass, Geoffrey Kondongbia, Koke, and Matheus Cunha are sidelined with injury, while Yannick Carrasco is unavailable for the trip to Real Betis.