Real Betis and Valencia will vie to claim the Copa del Rey title when they clash on Saturday at the Estadio La Cartuja in Sevilla.
Victor Camarasa and Martin Montoya are out for the clash against Valencia, while Paul Akouokou will miss the clash following his red card against Elche in the La Liga.
Valencia manager Jose Bordalas has several players that are doubtful for this clash, Maxi Gomez, Toni Lato and Gabriel Paulista are doubtful for the clash.
HEAD TO HEAD
Manuel Pellegrini’s men have been the better side in the last five meetings with Real Betis winning three of their last five games, one ended in a draw and Valencia claimed a single victory.
The Sevilla based team has been in great form in the Copa del Rey tournament, they won five of their last six games and drew one in the tournament, but the analysis is not the same in the La Liga, where they won just two of their last five games, drew two and suffered a defeat.
The Copa del Rey form of Valencia is similar to that of Real Betis, won five of their last six games and drew one of those games.
Valencia has been on the run of poor form in the La Liga, won one, drew two, and lost two in their last five games.
Silva; Bellerin, Pezzella, Bartra, Moreno; Rodriguez, Carvalho; Canales, Fekir, Juanmi; Iglesias.
Cillessen; Correia, Diakhaby, Guillamon, Gaya; Foulquier, Moriba, Racic, Soler, Gil; Guedes
Real Betis 2-1 Valencia
Our experts at moniebet.com are routing for OVER 2.5 goals in this clash.