Sunday lunch in the Spanish Primera Division match takes place this weekend at the Benito Villamarin, as Real Betis visit from Celta Vigo. Both teams seem very evenly matched.
Real Betis Ruben Castro can score again
Coach Victor Sanchez del Amo is on the eve of his third match at Real Betis. It is still unclear whether the green whites are actually some headway with the resignation of Poyet. In his first game (Las Palmas at home 2-0 win) Real Betis did well, however, since Sanchez del Amo just days before that game was appointed you may wonder whether he had an impact on that victory. Last week went with the Andalusians 3-1 at Eibar, though that was due to the early dubious red card for defender Piccini never a fair contest. In the cup Real Betis did it this week, but fine by beating Deportivo La Coruna 1-0. This weekend the Green Whites hope to re-tie a Galician opponent to the chariot.
Sanchez del Amo puts five defenders emphasizing the rear. Due to the suspension of Piccini, however, will have to puzzle the coach, for a good backup for the right back position is not actually available. Probably midfielder Cejudo is taken a line backwards. The good news is that Ruben Castro finally know what scoring is. The attacker was against Eibar for the first nine rounds of play once again a hit – his longest goal drought since 2010 (injuries aside). Real Betis has goals vital because outside Rubén Castro, very few players scoring ability. Also attack buddy Joaquin is naturally more a declarant as a finisher.
Probable lineup Real Betis
Adan; Alex Martinez, Pezzella, Mandi, Bruno, Cejudo; Ceballos, Donk, Petros; Ruben Castro, Joaquin
Celta Vigo: The Galicians like towards the top six
Also regarding Celta Vigo is difficult to assess to which the team is currently able. The blue shirts gathered last week for a home crowd 3-1 of Granada, but the visitors were soo bad that I had hardly draw conclusions from daring. Pretty much every team had both the Primera and Segunda Division won this Granada.
Celta Vigo ended last season pretty in sixth place and also rotates in the top half this year. The Galicians have to win Sunday in order not to lose sight of the Spanish second tier. Much will depend on the shape of Iago Aspas, currently the man in form at the club from Vigo. Against Granada he attempted to Goal of the Year by taking out as forty meters. His shot from the halfway line, but he is not against the ropes. Moreover, it would be that coach Berizzo Sunday afternoon a few stalwarts gives peace. This Thursday Celta Vigo will play in the Europa League against Panathinaikos namely European winter. The Argentine coach earlier this season already hinted that the Primera Division priority.
Probable lineup Celta Vigo
Ruben Blanco; Jonny, Fontas, Cabral, Roncaglia; Wass, Radoja; Bongonda, Pablo Hernandez, Orellana; Iago Aspas