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How Real Betis could line up against Real Madrid

How Real Betis could line up against Real Madrid
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Sports Mole takes an in-depth look at how Real Betis could line up in Saturday's La Liga clash with Real Madrid.

Real Betis will be bidding to return to winning ways in La Liga when they continue their 2020-21 campaign with a trip to the champions Real Madrid on Saturday evening.

The Seville outfit, who have drawn their last four league matches, will again be without the services of Victor Camarasa and Dani Martin this weekend through injury.

Head coach Manuel Pellegrini will also be unable to call upon Nabil Fekir, with the Frenchman picking up a straight red card during the goalless draw with Athletic Bilbao on Wednesday.

There are expected to be changes from the side that started against Athletic, with Joaquin, Diego Lainez and Andres Guardado all pushing to be involved from the start.

Sergio Canales started in a deep midfield position on Wednesday but could move further forward due to Fekir's absence, allowing Guardado to start in central midfield alongside Guido Rodriguez.

Joaquin and Lainez could come in for Cristian Tello and Aitor Ruibal in the wide areas, but Borja Iglesias should retain his spot at the tip of the attack, with Loren Moron continuing on the bench.

Pellegrini could also make a couple of changes at the back, with Victor Ruiz and Alex Moreno in line for spots in the starting XI during a busy period of the season.

Real Betis possible starting lineup: Bravo; Emerson, Mandi, Ruiz, Moreno; Guardado, Rodriguez; Lainez, Canales, Joaquin; Iglesias

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