With four matchdays to go, the Liga BBVA is gearing up for one of most exciting ends to a season ever with Real Betis’ clash against Real Sociedad in the Benito Villamarín standing testament to that.
The home side, led by Gabriel Humberto Calderón, could be mathematically relegated by the time the match kicks off and will also be without Nono and Antonio Amaya. "We go out to win every game because we are honest professionals. We represent a very important club", stated Calderón.
Meanwhile, the Basque side will be looking to hold onto sixth place in the league as they travel to Andalusia fresh off the back of a win against Espanyol with Carlos Vela scoring a cracker. Jagoba Arrasate will have to do without the suspended Rubén Pardo. "There are four games to go. We’re taking it one step at a time and if we win tomorrow we’ll have secured our place in Europe for next season", Arrasate declared.