Real Betis boss Gabriel Calderon has warned that his men may find the Thursday-Sunday turnaround tough.
The Verdiblancos were in Russia in midweek having played Ruben Kazan in the Europa League, and have to prepare for a trip to Villarreal tomorrow lunchtime.
And the Coach has conceded that the lack of rest may impact on his side.
“We’re trying to recover,” he told a Press conference. “We haven’t had much time since coming back from Russia, but we’re doing our best.
“It’s complicated for us though. We have seven injured and two players suspended. But regardless of what happened on Thursday, we’re coming up against a tough team.
“Every game for us is tough. Villarreal are doing well, but we’re looking for a win.
“Over the last three games we’ve been superb. We’re it not for the referees, we could have got three wins.
“But we’ve played well and we’re looking a lot better.”