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It’s top vs bottom in Group E, with the destiny of both teams having already been sealed.
HJK are competing in this competition for the first time since 2014, and have struggled to make the step-up in difficulty level.
The Veikkausliiga have just one point on the board, yielded from a 1-1 home draw against Ludogorets on matchday three.
Last Thursday, Toni Koskela’s team were beaten by Roma in Helsinki, confirming they will end up in last place.
On the flip side, Real Betis have rubber stamped top spot, so will go straight into the round of 16.
Nabil Fekir got the only goal on matchday five as Béticos beat Ludogorets at Huvepharma Arena.
So, los Verdiblancos have won four of five matches in this group, only dropping points when Roma drew in Seville.
Manuel Pellegrini’s side moved up to fourth in La Liga on Sunday night, thanks to a dramatic, late win over Real Sociedad.
Given that they host Sevilla in el Gran Derbi this forthcoming Sunday night, expect Pellegrini to ring the changes here.
Even so, a home win could be on the cards at Estadio Benito Villamarín.
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