After frustratingly being held to a draw in Sunday night’s el Gran Derbi, can Real Betis get back to winning ways?
Everything was going los Verdiblancos’ way when Sevilla were reduced to ten-men, before leading courtesy of a fluke own goal.
However, Béticos then had not one but two players sent off; Nabil Fekir and Borja Iglesias given their marching orders.
A man light, Manuel Pellegrini’s team held out for so long, but conceded an equaliser just nine minutes from time.
This meant the points were shared at Estadio Benito Villamarín, leaving Betis having only won one of their last four.
They do remain fourth in the table, but know only a victory in this one will ensure they stay there for the duration of the World Cup.
Valencia meantime, despite a strong start to the season under Gennaro Gattuso, now find themselves in the bottom half.
Los Che held Real Sociedad to a 1-1 draw at Anoeta at the weekend; Samuel Lino equalising after Hugo Guillamón had put through his own net.
However, this means los Murciélagos are now winless in five matches, so are five points adrift of the European places.
Who will claim a much-needed victory at Mestalla?