Real Betis v Granada Betting Tips: Can Betis bounce back tonight?

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Real Betis were seen off in the end by rivals Sevilla last time out, but can they regroup and beat a Granada side who upset Champions League chasing Getafe at the weekend?

We round up a good-looking Monday night tie from La Liga right here…

Match Odds

The pair look evenly matched going into this one, with Real Betis at 19/20 to make home advantage count.

Both Teams to Score in a Betis victory is 16/5, while Granada – who won the corresponding fixture -will be buoyed from their big win are 29/10 to get the three points.

A draw, which would keep the two sides in mid-table, is 23/10.

Talking Tactics

Betis will again be without Javi Garcia and Juanmi for tonight’s tussle,while Marc Bartra is a doubt after a knock he picked up against Sevilla.

Defender Zouhair Feddal will be waiting in the wings for his chance, while Loren Moron and Joaquin could come into the starting line-up.

Granada coach Martinez

Granada gaffer Diego Martinez to down Betis again?

A silky midfield should consist of Sergio Canales, Carlos Alena and Nabil Fekir.

The visitors are still without several their star men, but the likes of Maxime Gonalons and Roberto Soldado should be familiar faces to many in their eleven.

Goalscorer odds

After firing blanks against Sevilla, Betis will be hoping Moron (13/10 anytime) and Borja Iglesias (7/2 First Goalscorer) hit the ground running tonight.

Fekir was marked out of the game in the derby but could get more space here. He’s 3/1 to score in a home win.

Granada’s Carlos Fernandez scored the winner against Getafe, he’s 12/5 anytime. Darwin Machis is 3/1 to notch.

Match Info

Where: Estadio Benito Villamarin

When: Monday 15th June, 21:00

How to watch: La Liga TV

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All odds and markets correct as of date of publication.

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