Middlesbrough continue their pre-season preparations with a game against La Liga side Real Betis this weekend.
It was another season of disappointment in the Championship play-offs for Boro as they were beaten in the semi-finals by Coventry City, but the latest quest for promotion has begun. Michael Carrick’s side have already played four times in pre-season with wins over Vitoria and Rotherham United
Real Betis, meanwhile, are on a tour of England which will also see them take on Burnley having already faced Monaco at St George’s Park in their preparation for taking on La Liga and the Europa League.
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When is Middlesbrough vs Real Betis?
Middlesbrough vs Real Betis takes place on Saturday at the SMH Group Stadium in Chesterfield.
What is the kick-off time for Middlesbrough vs Real Betis?
Middlesbrough vs Real Betis will kick-off at 2pm (UK time).
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Who is refereeing Middlesbrough vs Real Betis?
The referee for this game has not been confirmed.
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Middlesbrough team news
Middlesbrough have welcomed six new names to the senior squad so far this summer, and five of those have already seen game time. Alex Gilbert, Rav van den Berg, Tom Glover, Morgan Rogers, Sam Silvera and Seny Dieng have all made it onto the pitch with goalkeeper Jamie Jones the only one yet to make his unofficial debut.
Carrick is still without Chuba Akpom, Jonny Howson, Paddy McNair and Josh Coburn all of whom are injured.
Real Betis team news
Marc Roca started for Real Betis in their defeat to Monaco last time out having signed on loan from Leeds United last week. It was a quick turnaround following his move but he slotted into the heart of the midfield alongside William Carvalho and Paul Akouokou. There was no Hector Bellerin in the squad after his recent move, and the Spaniard may still miss out here, but you never know with pre-season.
Luiz Henrique didn’t feature after picking up an injury against Eintracht Frankfurt, while Nabil Fekir is also out.
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