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Match date: Monday, 11 January 2021

Football - Spain Primera Liga

Venue: Estadio El Alcoraz

Huesca suffered an expected loss in their last LaLiga match against pretty in-form Barcelona with a minimal result, playing at their home stadium, You can also checkout Yumall and Yuli

They were completely overrun in the first part when they conceded the only one in this encounter after de Jong showed some brilliant effort in the 27th minute. In the second part, the story was a little different, as the hosts visibly raised their level of play, and performed quite well via counters, but unfortunately failed to be more creative and make this clash a bit more interesting.


Huesca is positioned at the bottom of the table, having only twelve points out of seventeen matches, but if they improve their performances, the relegation can be avoided.


Huesca team news

Right-back Maffeo (9/1) is out injured, with offensive midfielder Garcia (15/1) and forward Ramirez (7/2) remaining doubtful.


Real Betis

Betis will surely regret taking just a point in their last LaLiga clash against Sevilla at home, as they come with a 1:1 draw, but probably deserved more.


They did appear slightly better in the offense, but never the less, conceded first in the 48th minute over Suso. They didn't stand out of their aggressive play and managed to equalize from the penalty only five minutes later, which was executed by Canales. A great chance was missed fifteen minutes before the fulltime when Fekir was inaccurate also from the penalty kick, surely leaving his team to regret a three-pointer that was right within their reach.


Betis is at 11th place in the standings, having some concerns, as only four points separate them and the red zone positioned Elche.


Betis team news

Defensive midfielder Rodriguez (17/1) is suspended, while out injured remain another defensive Carvalho (14/2). Right-back Montoya (4/0), and left-back Moreno (13/0), midfielder Guardado (7/0), and offensive Joaquin (13/0) are tested positive.


Way better overall impression

Surely, we can expect a tough clash, as Huesca, despite their latest defeat proved that they have a decent play via counters. Maybe they can find their way to the opponent's goal this time, but I don't think that they have the capacity for a victory and probably a draw would be their maximum here. In my eyes, the visitors are seeming more capable of creating dangerous attacks, which leads me to the conclusion of them being slight favorites here, at least in my opinion.

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