Real Betis face Sevilla in the Seville derby at Estadio Benito Villamarín on Sunday, with both sides looking to push on towards the top four.
Sevilla have made a decent start to the year, and sit fifth in the league, just one point behind Atletico Madrid, who they drew with 1-1 last time out.
Betis, on the other hand, have started poorly under new coach Rubi, but looked to have turned a corner following a win over Celta Vigo and a draw with Real Madrid.
Betis have a wonderfully talented squad, but with injuries to key personal and the new coach still bedding in, are yet to live up to their potential so far this year.
Betis are still without midfielder William Carvalho who is likely to sit out with a back injury until January next year.
Javi Garcia and Juanmi are doubts, while Francis Guerrero and Dani Martin could also miss out through injury.
Central midfielder Ever Banega is a doubt for Sevilla after suffering from an ankle injury Bryan Gil is struggling with illness.
Daniel Carrico, Sergio Escudero and Sergi Gomez are also injury doubts, although Gomez is back in training following a shoulder injury.
While people often say that derbies throw out the form book, Sevilla should go into this match with decent confidence following their impressive start to the season.
However, Betis should not be ruled out, given the players they have at their disposal and the fact that they have seen a return to form in recent weeks.
With Nabil Fekir pulling the strings, Betis can cut any side apart, but Sevilla have been relatively strong at the back and will be hoping to see their own attacking talents such as Franco Vasquez and Lucas Ocampos.
Overall, Sevilla will be the slight favorites and should just edge this match 2-1.
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