Real Betis is a big match for FC Barcelona tomorrow. They beat Mallorca last time out, and now they have to face them again.
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The game is very important for the Catalan giants because they want to keep their place in the Champions League spot for next year.
Here's how we think Xavi's team might play in the game. It's below:
It's likely that Xavi will play in a 4-3-3 formation again soon.
It looks like goalkeeper Marc Andre Ter Stegen might not play in this game, so Neto is likely to start in goal for this one.
With Gerard Pique likely to miss the game, Eric Garcia and Ronald Araujo should play together in the middle of the defense.
Dani Alves and Jordi Alba should now work from the flanks. This is how they should play now.
Expect the trio of Gavi, Frenkie De Jong, and Sergio Busquets to run things in the middle of the park again this season
Memphis Depay played in the last game, but Ousmane Dembele is likely to start this game instead of him, even though he played in that game.
The Frenchman could be joined by Ferran Torres and Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang, if they want to come.
In the picture below, you can see a possible lineup.
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