Having exited the Europa League on Thursday, Real Betis’ sole focus now is on securing a top four finish.
In mid-week, los Verdiblancos were beaten 1-0 by Manchester United, but the damage had already been done in the first leg, smashed 4-1 at Old Trafford.
Nevertheless, Manuel Pellegrini’s team can still make a huge success of this season, chasing the club’s first top four finish for 18 years.
Béticos start the weekend fifth, three points below Real Sociedad, with those two set to meet on 26 April.
Los Verdiblancos were held to a 1-1 draw by Villarreal last Sunday, but that means they’re unbeaten in five La Liga outings, yielding 11 points from them.
Visitors Mallorca did Betis a favour last weekend by holding Real Sociedad to a 1-1 draw at Son Moix; Lee Kang-in with the equaliser in that one.
So, having lost just one of their last eight at home, Javier Aguirre’s team remain tenth, just ten points worse off than their hosts.
Real Betis won 2-1 in the Balearic Islands back in August, so will be hoping for a similar result at Estadio Benito Villamarín.