Friday at 21:45, live on Digi Sport 4 Betis gets visit from Granada, in the prologue stage number four in La Liga.
Betis are in 13th place with 4 points, but has a negative goal difference, -3. After a hesitant start, which meant also the first defeat ever, followed two games somewhat better, Betis managed to remain unbeaten. So did La Coruna 0-0 in a game played at home and in the previous stage, Ruben Castro led his team to a surprising victory 3-2 with Valencia. Joaquin Castro signed two goals and three goals scored by Betis after Valencia had managed to restore egaliatea in 3 minutes.
Granada is ranked 18th in La Liga, with one single point collected after three games, with -5 goal difference. The first stage of the season brought after she won the only point of Granada until this moment, after 1-1 with Villarreal in a game played right on ‘Nuevo Los Cármenes’. Unfortunately for Granada, following the other two games, in which it has suffered as many defeats, although he scored one goal each time. Thus, he lost 1-5 in the move from Las Palmas, and in the last round, succumbed 1-2 in minute 90 + 4 when Eibar defensive mistake and scored the winner.
Betis (4-3-3): Adan – Piccini – Mandi – Pezzella – Durmisi – Gutierrez – Brasanac – Petros – Joaquin – Sanabria – Castro
Granada (4-2-3-1): Ochoa – Tito – Vezo – Silva – Tabanou – Samper – Agbo – Pereira – Bueno – Boga – Ponce
Betis was felt very good in direct duels at home, as evidence that managed to win last season 2-0. Given the form of time and the fact that Betis coming off a victory meant to his players keep up their spirits, I think Friday night to address a little more offensive game, trying to close the game from the first half. I think you will score goals, Betis will enroll him first because Granada has a fragile defense that gave up as eight times.