The Andalucian giants make the short trip across the city of Sevilla, to the Estadio de La Cartuja this evening, as they aim for a first Copa title win since 2005.
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Los Che head coach Jose Bordalas also makes widespread changes to his own starting side for the final, with just Carlos Soler keeping his starting place from their midweek defeat to neighbours Villarreal.
Real Betis: Bravo; Moreno, Barta, Pezzella, Bellerin; Rodriguez, Carvalho; Juanmi, Fekir, Canales; Iglesias
Valencia: Mamardashvili; Gaya, Alderete, Paulista, Folquier; Diakhaby, Guillamon; Guedes, Soler, Moriba, Duro