Alert at Betis: without Carvalho and with Sergio Canales on the sidelines

The Portuguese has not been trained throughout the week by muscle elongation. The Spaniard forced with an ankle problem.


El Betis continued this Good Friday preparing the crucial stake on Sunday against Valencia and did so with two news highlights in the session: William Carvalho, already practically safe, continued without jumping on the lawn of the Sports City and Sergio Canales trained outside of the group.

La lack of the Portuguese midfielder has been a reality throughout the week, because in addition to a fracture of the bones of the nose also suffers muscle elongation in the left adductor. Canales, who played the derby of Saturday Passion after overcoming a sprained ankle, does put in full alert to the verdiblancos, as it would be another sensitive low, even more than that of Carvalho.

Canals suffered a sprain in the right ankle against Villarreal, but played many minutes with the disease, and trained very shortly before the derby against Sevilla. The Spaniard forced and played the game of maximum rivalry and that has affected him. It will be necessary to see if Setién includes him in the call against Valencia or prefers that he recovers completely, although Carvalho's most probable loss invites him to force Santander again.



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