Manuel Pellegrini He is usually a friend of rotations after the national team days, so it is foreseeable that several of the Betis internationals who have been absent from training these days along with the rest of their teammates will be relegated to the substitution in the next match. Sunday before him Elche, despite having owned the title in the last game against the I raised.
In front of the granota the Real Betis He played initially with: Claudio Bravo; Emerson, Mandi, Víctor Ruiz, Álex Moreno; Guido Rodríguez, Guarded; Lainez, Felkir, Canales; and Borja Iglesias. Claudio Bravo, Mandi, Guardado, Lainez and Canales have then left with their national teams, as well as Miranda, who has marched with the U21 and is the one who accumulates the most minutes these days with the national team.
Miranda, who had started 12 of the previous 14 league games, already gave up his position in the last to Álex Moreno, who will surely repeat on Sunday on the left-handed side at Martínez Valero. The Mexicans Guardado and Lainez very possibly also fall from the starting eleven, in which case William Carvalho could enter – who for the first time has been left out of a call with the Portuguese team without being injured – in the midfield with Guido Rodríguez, and up with Fekir Ruibal, Tello, Joaquín or Juanmi could enter, or perhaps a couple of them if Pellegrini decides to give Canales rest as well, especially if he starts playing again this Wednesday with Spain.
Claudio Bravo, who has been training with his teammates since Monday – since he played in Chile on Friday – does seem to have guaranteed ownership on Sunday in Elche after awaiting his moment for more than a month on the bench, while Aissa Mandi -who played this Monday in Algeria- is another of the fixed in Pellegrini’s schemes, although the recovery of Marc Bartra -who played absolutely everything until he was injured in December- notably raises the competition in the axis of the behind, where Victor Ruiz could come from despite his good performance.