Real Betis Barcelona Odds : Live stream available as Guardiola waves goodbye to Catalans
May 12, 2012 · 0 Comments
In the final round of fixtures in La Liga this weekend, second place Barcelona travel to Real Betis on Saturday evening, as footybunker.com visitors can watch all the action exclusively live online with Bet365 (see below).
The Catalan giants have to settle for second best to Real Madrid in this campaign, with their local rivals are seven points clear with just one game remaining.
This will be Pep Guardiloa’s final game at the helm of the Spanish giants as the 41-year-old has stated he will take a year’s sabbatical from the game.
Guardiola will certainly want to go out on a high, playing some of the football that has made his side one of the best in the world.
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Barcelona are on a good run of form at the moment, winning their last three games, scoring a very impressive 15 goals in the process. A win to end the season will give the side some momentum for next year as when they will look to regain their Spanish league title.
It is difficult to find the superlatives to sum up Lionel Messi’s campaign in front of goal. The Argentina forward has now scored 67 goals across all competitions, including 50 in La Liga. Messi has also found the net nine times in his last three encounters.
As for Real Betis, they find themselves sitting comfortably in mid table and although they don’t have much to play for, a win against Barcelona would be the perfect end to a solid season.
After being promoted from the second division in Spanish football last year, it has been a successful return back in the big time for Betis. Survival would have been the objective and that has been achieved relatively comfortably.
Jose Mel Perez’s side recovered well from a poor start to the season which saw them lose nine out of ten games, however just two defeats in their previous nine matches has seen Perez’s men climb up the table.
The final game of the season is always one teams want to win to finish the year in good spirits and this will be no different. It all gets underway from 9pm on Saturday.
By Joe Rooney