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Live football streaming: Sevilla v Real Betis in La Liga
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Few matches in world football are a fierce at the Seville derby, so Sunday night in Spain (8.30pm kick-off) is set to sprak fireworks between Sevilla and Real Betis.
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Points are vital in the derby as Betis look to maintain their excellent start to the campaign, whilst Sevilla are looking to kick-start their season sitting unimpressively in 11th.
Betis have fitness concerns over key midfielder and free-kick guru Benat Etxebarria, the winning goalscorer in both last season’s derbies, after he played all 90 minutes for Spain in Wednesday’s friendly in Panama, while Polish centre-half Damien Perquis and winger Juan Carlos are also doubts.
Sevilla, currently shouldering the weight of having the second worst form in La Liga with just one win and draw in their last six matches, nevertheless will always pose a threat with Jesus Navas and Alvaro Negredo in their arsenal.
German midfielder Piotr Trochowski is out for Sevilla, and perhaps the key selection issue for the hosts is whether marauding full-back Cicinho is recalled on the right.
Note: There have been five red cards in the past five meetings between Sevilla and Betis.
- Updated: November 17, 2012