Here is the latest form and team news from Real Betis and Valencia:
Real Betis Form and Team News
Real Betis will be itching to get some silverware, having won only two Segunda Division titles since their Copa Del Rey victory in the 2004/2005 season. Pellegrini’s men have had a great season by their standards and sit three points shy of a UEFA Champions League qualification spot.
Their path to the final has not been rosy, with a hard-fought victory against Rayo Vallecano coming after a 4-0 thrashing of Real Sociedad. They have a cup specialist in Borja Iglesias, who has struck four times in the Copa Del Rey this season.
Victor Camarasa and Martin Montoya are injured and may not feature in the Copa Del Rey final in Seville.
Valencia Form and Team News
Valencia have fallen off the pace in the race to Europe, thanks to four games without a win in the league (two losses and two draws). Having won their last three Copa Del Rey finals, the eight-time champions will fancy another victory in Seville as the only route to sealing their spot in Europe next season.
With their last Copa Del Rey title coming in a 2-1 victory over Barcelona in 2019, Valencia have enough cup-winning experience as six players in that winning team featured in their semifinal victory against Athletic Bilbao. Forward Hugo Duro will be hoping to end his goal drought as his last two goals for the club came in the Copa Del Rey.
Goncalo Guedes, Lato Toni, Gabriel Paulista, and Maximilliano Gomez are sidelined with injuries and may not participate in the Copa Del Rey final.