Deportivo Alavés

form

All
ATH 1 - 0 ALA
L
ALA 1 - 0 ATM
W
ESP 1 - 0 ALA
L
ALA 0 - 2 OSA
L
VAL 3 - 0 ALA
L
ALA 0 - 1 MLL
L
ALA 1 - 4 RMA
L
ALA 4 - 3 NAS
W
LEV 0 - 1 ALA
W
RSO 3 - 1 ALA
L
Real Betis

form

All
VIL 2 - 0 BET
L
FTC 1 - 3 BET
W
BET 2 - 0 GET
W
OSA 1 - 3 BET
W
BET 2 - 2 ESP
D
BET 4 - 3 CEL
W
GRA 1 - 2 BET
W
BET 0 - 1 RMA
L
BET 1 - 1 CAD
D
MLL 1 - 1 BET
D
Head to Head
20 Matches (4 Draws)
7 Total wins 9
3 Home wins 4
4 Away wins 5
Last 5 Matches
1 Wins
2 Draw
2 Wins
BET 3 - 2 ALA
ALA 0 - 1 BET
BET 1 - 2 ALA
ALA 1 - 1 BET
BET 1 - 1 ALA
6 Goals Scored 7
Games Over 2.5 Goals 2 / 5
Both Teams Scored 4 / 5
Team Comparison
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  • Defence
  • Distribution
  • Discipline
Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. After three consecutive wins against Real Betis in LaLiga between 2006 and 2017, Alavés have won just one of their last eight games against them in the competition (D3 L4) - 2-1 in July 2020.
  2. Alavés are currently on their longest winless run at home to Real Betis in LaLiga (D2 L2), since a 1-0 win in December 2016 thanks to a goal scored by Deyverson.
  3. Real Betis have won just once in their last 13 away games against Basque teams in LaLiga (D5 L7), with this being a 1-0 victory against Alavés in September 2020, in what was Manuel Pellegrini’s first league game in charge of the club.
  4. Alavés have lost three of their last four games at Mendizorrotza in LaLiga (W1), but they won the most recent against Atlético de Madrid (1-0). Since the start of the 2020/21 season, their only consecutive home wins in the competition came in their first two under Javier Calleja (in April).
  5. Real Betis suffered their second defeat in LaLiga this season against Villarreal last time out (W3 D3 L2), while they last had consecutive defeats in November 2020 (3). They have conceded just nine goals in this league season, their second lowest tally at this stage in the top-flight in the last decade (six goals in 2018-19).
  6. Only Getafe (333) have trailed for more minutes than Alavés (289) in LaLiga this season, while they’ve opened the scoring fewer times than any other side (1).
  7. Alavés are the team with the fewest goals in LaLiga this season (2), and both were scored from set-piece situations (one from the penalty spot and the other one after a corner).
  8. Alavés’ Joselu has scored in two of his last three games against Real Betis in LaLiga (2 goals on aggregate), but both were at the Benito Villamarín.
  9. Willian José has scored Real Betis’ last three goals in LaLiga and he could become the first player to score four consecutive goals in the competition for the club since Rubén Castro in September 2016.
  10. Among current LaLiga teams, only against Cádiz (P5 W2 D3) has Betis manager Manuel Pellegrini taken charge of more games without losing in LaLiga than against Alavés (P4 W3 D1).
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