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Sevilla visit to Benito Villamarín Stadium, Sevilla, to take on Betis, in a match for the first leg of the round of 16 of the King's Cup.
The history of clashes favours the visiting team. In the last five matches between the two teams we can watch the three wins for Sevilla and a win for Betis. It should also be noted that the matches between the two teams are often "open", once that in four of the last five matches the Over 1.5 proved to be the winner.
So, the last time the teams met in this stadium was in December 2015, a match that ended with a goalless draw.

Analysis of Real Betis

The "Verdiblancos" come unmotivated for the match after a home defeat by 0-4, against Eibar. So, Betis recorded eight goals conceded in the last two matches and no goals scored.
When acting at home, the best period of the home team is in the last 15 minutes of the match, once that it’s when they can target more often the goal of the "enemy". On the other hand, it’s in the first half of the match that they record more conceded goals.
The average of goals scored at home reflects the difficulty of this team to build and realize offensive approaches. The home team, on average, in home matches, recorded only 0.8 scored goals.

Confirmed Lineup: Dani Giménez, G. Pezzella, C. Piccini, Jordi Figueras, Francisco Varela, Portillo, D. Digard, A. N'Diaye, Petros, Jorge Molina, R. van Wolfswinkel.
Coach: Juan Merino.

Analysis of Sevilla

The "Palanganas" comes unmotivated for the match after an away loss, by 2-1, against Granada. Vitolo, at minute 45'+ 1, still managed to reduce the disadvantage; however, it wasn’t enough to avoid the defeat.
The best period of Sevilla, away, is in the last fifteen minutes of the match, once that it’s at this moment that they register more goals. It should be noted that it’s on the second half that, statistically, they score more goals during the match.
The team led by Unai Emery, in the last 10 clashes, opened six times the scoreboard, and in six they came to win late in the match. Of the three times they've been losing, the white and red team couldn’t turnaround the situation.

Confirmed Lineup: Sergio Rico, A. Rami, Coke, T. Kolodziejczak, B. Trémoulinas, M. Krohn-Dehli, Vitolo, É. Banega, G. Krychowiak, S. Cristóforo, C. Immobile.
Coach: Unai Emery.

Betting suggestion:

The most likely scenario for this match will be the occurrence of some goals. Both teams have some defensive difficulties, and it’s possible that they provide more the attack instead of the defensive process. So, it’s foreseeable that the history between the two teams will get confirmed and that the chances to score will exist in large number.
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Copa del Rey - 2015/2016

  • 99% 111 / 112 Games

  • Home team wins 57.66%
  • Draws 9.91%
  • Away team wins 32.43%
  • Over 1.5 80.18%
  • Over 2.5 52.25%
  • Over 3.5 28.83%
  • Goals 305
  • Goals /match 2.75
  • Goals /match home 1.63
  • Goals /match away 1.12
  • Both teams score 48.65%
  • Goals after 80' 21.31%
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