Betis, Possible fallen opponents of Champions for the Europa League


O Betis, already mathematically qualified for the next phase of the Europa League with a remaining game, met on Tuesday some of their possible rivals for the 32nd round of the competition. It is about teams that fall out of the Champions League, after finishing third in their respective groups.

This is how it is Inter Milan, Fabián Ruiz's Naples, Galatasaray, as well as Bruges, who already knew from the day before that he would play the Europa League. They are the four-thirds of the Champions League groups that concluded on Tuesday.

The other four groups will be decided on Wednesday. However, in the absence of the last day, it is already known that Benfica will be the third and therefore possible bética rival. Valencia will also be the third, although in this case they can not be Betis' opponents in the Round of 32 of the Europa League, since in this round they can not play against teams from the same country.

Draw on December 17

The draw for the 32nd round will be next Monday December 17, with 24 European League qualifiers and 8 rebounds from the Champions League. The pairings of the tie shall be made by crossing two drums, with the nuance of not being able to face clubs from the same country or who were in the same group in the previous phase.

O advertising campaign 1 will be made up of the 12 champions of the group stage of the Europa League, plus the four with the best result coming from the Champions League. O advertising campaign 2 will be for the 12 finalists of the groups of the Europa League and the four worst third of the Champions.

Betis will play their last match against Dudelange in Luxembourg on Thursday. The heliopolitan picture is the first in these moments and it depends on you to finish like this. A triumph or doing what Milan does in Greece against the Olympiacos is worth it. He could only pass for a second in case of losing or drawing and that Gatusso beat Olympiacos. Like the points, Setién would always be the first.


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