Betis have forgotten the black week they lived before the break with the forceful victory in Elche, where he practically left it solved to the average with a 0-3 that it would stay on the scoreboard until the end. Now it is time to return to focus on the Europa League, which after the overwhelming defeat against Bayer Leverkusen the first place was very complicated for the Betis.
Those of Pellegrini are seconds with 7 points, three less than the Bayer leading the table. Behind is Celtic with 6 and Ferencváros closes the group with 0 points. So for Betis to be first they have to win both games and for Bayer not to win in both, who play against the Scots this day and against the Hungarians on the last one.
A victory for Betis in this match would put second place in the group on track and the classification to round of 32. In fact, if they beat Ferencváros and Celtic lost against Leverkusen, the second place for the Hispanics would already be mathematical and in the last game in Glasgow there would be nothing at stake.
The Hungarian team is leader in the first division of their country and accumulates 4 consecutive victories in the domestic competition. In the Europa League they have lost all four games. Against Betis they fell 1-3 at home and now must travel to Seville for the return. Pellegrini’s men have just broken their streak of three consecutive defeats and hope to be able to add the second victory in a row at home against Ferencváros in a match where they will surely not be Fekir, that will serve his first penalty game of the three that UEFA gave him.
The match corresponding to the fifth day of group G of the Europa League will be played at Benito Villamarín on Thursday, November 25 at 6:45 p.m.. The party will be directed by and will be in the VAR.
Where to see Betis-Ferencváros on television
The game on television can be seen on. On the internet it can be followed through the Diario de Sevilla website, where we will offer minute-by-minute follow-up of the match.