Real Betis vs. Celtic LIVE ONLINE | LIVE follow the game for matchday 19 of La Liga Santander, this Sunday, January 2 from 12:30 pm (Peruvian time). The transmission of one of the most attractive matches today will be in charge of DirecTV Sports, Movistar + and Movistar Laliga. To watch live football like this match, you have different alternatives for streaming service and TV channels.
After the rest period for the Christmas holiday, Real Betis Y Celta Vigo, of the Peruvian Renato Tapia, will resume the competition in the Spanish league. Follow minute by minute, statistics, incidents, goals, interviews and results of the match that will be played at the Benito Villamarín Stadium.
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Ecuador – 12:30 p.m. – DirecTV Sports
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Bolivia – 1:30 p.m. – DirecTV Sports
Venezuela – 1:30 p.m. – DirecTV Sports
Paraguay – 2:30 p.m. – DirecTV Sports
Chile – 2:30 p.m. – DirecTV Sports
Argentina – 2:30 p.m. – DirecTV Sports
Uruguay – 2:30 p.m. – DirecTV Sports
Brasil – 2:30 p.m. – Star Plus (Star+)
Spain – 6:30 pm – Movistar + and Movistar Laliga
In the previous one, Real Betis coach, Chilean Manuel Pellegrini, regretted the absence of ten of his players, “For different reasons”, in the last training session of the year, although he hopes “Recover a player with minor annoyances” to receive Celta.
Pellegrini said at a press conference that, therefore, he would not make the call until this Saturday “After talking to the doctors and the players.” Once the list is known, it was confirmed that the goalkeeper Rui Silva will be available, after suffering the death of his part. Nabil Fekir, Aitor Ruibar and Borja Iglesias could also reappear.
Apart from the Portuguese, the Betis training session, which reported six positives for COVID-19 on Tuesday, was missing in recent days the Chilean goalkeeper Claudio Bravo; defenders Miranda, Montoya, Senegalese Sabaly and Argentine Pezzella; midfielders Joaquín, Rober and Ivorian Paul.
In Celta de Vigo, coach Eduardo ‘Chacho’ Coudet assured that he is obliged to wait until Sunday to know which players he can count on for the match against Betis, since all footballers will have to undergo a final antigen test before travel to Seville.
“We are going to see how we got out of the tests and which players we can count on. For this reason, I think it will be the game of this season that we will start with more difficulties “commented the celestial coach in his appearance before the journalists.
Coudet confirmed that most of the nine affected by COVID-19 are asymptomatic, so he hopes to recover some of them for the Benito Villamarín duel.
“It has been a complicated week because we have not been able to work with the entire group practically no day“Said the Celta coach, who called tomorrow to see the list of summoned: “We depend on the results, there is no other”.
In the table, Real Betis is in third place, with 33 points, 13 behind the leader Real Madrid. For its part, Celta de Vigo is located in the fourteenth box, with 20 units.
Real Betis vs. Celta: last clashes
Celtic 2-3 Real Betis | 2021
Real Betis 2-1 Celtic | 2021
Celta 1-1 Real Betis | 2020
Real Betis 2-1 Celtic | 2019
Celtic 0-1 Real Betis | 2019
Real Betis 3-3 Celta | 2018
Celtic 3-2 Real Betis | 2018
Real Betis 2-1 Celtic | 2017
Celtic 0-1 Real Betis | 2017
Real Betis 3-3 Celta | 2016
Real Betis vs. Celta: probable alignments
Real Betis: Rui Silva, Bellerín, Bartra, Víctor Ruiz, Alex Moreno, Carvalho, Guardado, Fekir, Canales, Juanmi and Willian José. DT: Manuel Pellegrini.
Celtic: Dituro, Hugo Mallo, Araujo, Aidoo, Javi Galán, Renato Tapia, Brais Méndez, Denis Suárez, Franco Cervi, Santi Mina and Iago Aspas. DT: Eduardo Coudet.