Celta de Vigo and Betis face in the thirty-eighth day of LaLiga Santander, which, being the last date of the season, is played on a unified schedule. The Vigo team receives at the municipal stadium of Bullets to the team of Manuel Pellegrini, who will seek to take the three points in his fight for the positions of UEFA Europa League.
The Celta Vigo It enters the duel as the most fit team in this final stretch of the championship, where it has won five games in a row. The team of Chacho Coudet It is one of the most stimulating teams in Spanish football since the arrival of the coach who took the team as bottom runner and currently occupies eighth place with 53 points to his credit.
If the Galician team is characterized by something, it is by trying to be the protagonist and offer offensive football with aggressive pressure that allows it to steal the ball in the rival field. That in turn makes his defensive structure exposed and that leads him to have a very high scoring balance, in terms of so many scored and received. With 53 goals for, is the sixth most thrashed team in the championship, while with 54 goals against is the seventh that best fits, although Ivan Villar he is in a very good shape in the goal.
The people of Vigo come from achieving a historic triumph in the Camp Nou before him FC Barcelona by 1-2. The culés, despite putting ahead with a goal from Leo Messi, they saw how the Celta Vigo turned the scoreboard with two goals from Santi Mina, which is on a scoring streak and is one of the great news of the Galician team.
The Real Betis, for its part, occupies the sixth place and sum 58 points and he won on the last day at the stadium Benito Villamarín to SD Huesca 1-0, thanks to a goal from Borja Iglesias placeholder image penalty in the second half. The Verdiblancos, who are even with Villarreal on points (seventh) and one of Real Sociedad, fifth with 59, need to score to get the place of Europa League or Conference League, failing that, which is already insured.
The green-and-white team is another of the fittest teams in this second round, like Celta de Vigo, since they have only conceded two defeats in this part of the season.
In the first round, the Betis beat the Celta Vigo in the stadium Benito Villamarin by 2-1. With Iago Aspas absent in the Galician box, the team of Coudet went ahead with a goal from Santi Mina at minute 15. However, Sergio Canales turned the game around with two goals, in the 25th and 44th minutes of the match, respectively.
When does Celta de Vigo – Betis play?
The game is played today, Saturday 22 May, at 18.00 hours, within the unified schedule that encompasses most of the matches of the day.
Where to see Celta de Vigo – Betis?
The encounter can be seen by Movistar LaLiga 3 (49) and Movistar LaLiga 6 (179), platform dials Movistar Plus. You can follow all the information about the match live on the Mundo Deportivo website.