Real Betis continue their pre-season preparations with a match against French side Monaco this week.
After a friendly in Germany against Eintracht Braunschweig, Real Betis have stepped up their pre-season preparations with a camp in England which will see them take on Middlesbrough and Burnley before moving onto Mexico to face Sevilla and Real Sociedad — a busy schedule. But before all of that, they face Monaco, who are already on their third game of pre-season.
Monaco first played two games in Belgium against Union Saint-Gilloise and Cercle Brugge, with this being the first leg of their tour in England, also taking on Leeds before facing Genoa in Italy and returning to take on Arsenal in the Emirates Cup. Their pre-season ends against Bayern Munich in Germany.
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When is Real Betis vs Monaco?
Real Betis take on Monaco on Wednesday at St George’s Park National Football Centre, England’s headquarters.
What is the kick-off time for Monaco vs Real Betis?
Real Betis vs Monaco will kick-off at 7pm (UK time).
Where can I watch Real Betis vs Monaco on TV?
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Who is refereeing Real Betis vs Monaco?
The referee for this game is yet to be confirmed.
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Real Betis team news
In the past few days Real Betis have announced the signings of Marc Roca and Hector Bellerin, the latter returning to the club having spent the 2021/22 season on loan. Neither player is expected to be involved in this game, given how recently they were signed, but as it’s pre-season don’t be surprised if they were to have a minor cameo given they were in the squad. Luiz Henrique suffered an injury in Real Betis’ defeat to Eintracht Braunschweig last time out but has been named in the travelling squad, as have Sergio Canales, Luiz Felipe and Martin Montoya. However, there is no Nabil Fekir due to injury.
Monaco team news
New signing Philipp Kohn joined in with training upon Monaco’s arrival to their Birmingham base and the Swiss goalkeeper will hope he is thrown straight into the team to show his new side what he can do. Monaco have brought a 29-man squad with them to England but it’s worth noting that 11 are current academy players, so it won’t be a full-strength side just yet. Nonetheless, the likes of Wissam Ben Yedder, Axel Disasi, Caio Henrique, Gelson Martins, Kevin Volland and Myron Boadu are all involved.
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