Total over 2.5

“Betis” in its championship is fighting for entry into the Champions League zone. After 25 rounds, the team takes 5th place in the table with a loss of 3 points to the leading quartet.

On the eve of this match, “green and white” met with “Villarreal” (1:1). The game is notable for being rotated by Manuel Pellegrini, signaling the Spanish side’s willingness to rectify the 4-1 defeat in England.

On average, Betis creates 1.48 xg per game (4th), but pays for classy attack with average defense (xga = 1.3).

Manchester United is ranked 3rd in the Premier League, which allows them to qualify for the Champions League zone at the end of the season. In recent times, the Red Devils have lost stability, as evidenced by the draws with Southampton (0-0) and Leeds (2-2) and a crushing loss to Liverpool (0-7).

Erik Ten Hag’s style is based on launching attacks in the opponent’s transition phases.

By successfully implementing their Manchester United model of play, the team creates an average of 1.57 xg per game versus the allowed 1.25 xg.

I think Betis will provide the Red Devils with plenty of opportunities to show off their best offensive skills in the upcoming fixture due to their need to attack and open up. I hope for a successful game.