Real Betis and Atletico Madrid have played each other numerous times over the years.
The two teams have faced each other a total of 49 times in all competitions.
Atletico Madrid has won 24 of those matches, while Real Betis has won 13. The remaining 12 matches ended in a draw.
Real Betis and Atletico Madrid have faced each other in La Liga, the Copa del Rey, and the Supercopa de Espana.
Atletico Madrid has won more matches against Real Betis in La Liga than any other competition, with a total of 18 wins.
The largest margin of victory for Atletico Madrid against Real Betis was a 5-0 win in La Liga on October 28, 2017.
Real Betis’ largest margin of victory against Atletico Madrid was a 4-0 win in La Liga on April 14, 2002.
The two teams have also faced each other in the UEFA Cup, with Atletico Madrid winning both matches in the 2007-2008 season.
In conclusion, Real Betis and Atletico Madrid have a long history of facing each other in various competitions.
While Atletico Madrid has won more matches overall, Real Betis has had some notable victories against their opponents.
Real Betis were without the services of Claudio Bravo, William Carvalho and Nabil Fekir for their opening match of the season, and all three players will again miss out through injury.
Willian Jose’s goal off the bench at Villarreal might have earned him a start here, while Isco is also set to feature in the starting side against Atletico.
There is uncertainty when it comes to the involvement of Guido Rodriguez, though, as the midfielder is currently being heavily linked with a move to French giants Lyon.
Luiz Felipe is also being linked with a switch to Nottingham Forest, but he is expected to start here.
Atletico, meanwhile, will be missing Jose Gimenez, Nahuel Molina and Reinildo through injury for the contest with Real Betis.
Koke is also set to miss out with the issue that he suffered in the early stages of the clash with Granada, which should lead to Pablo Barrios featuring in midfield.
Memphis has put himself in contention to start with his goal off the bench against Granada, but Morata also registered in the same match and should have done enough to keep his spot in attack alongside Antoine Griezmann.