Real Betis and Valencia make sweeping changes for Copa del Rey final clash

Real Betis boss Manuel Pellegrini has opted for a string of starting changes for their Copa del Rey final against Valencia tonight.

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.

Veteran stopper Claudio Bravo starts in goal with Hector Bellerin and Alex Moreno returning to the starting full back places.

Guido Rodriguez and William Carvalho come into the midfield unit with target man Borja Iglesias leading the attacking for Pellegrini.

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

Tags Alex Moreno Borja Iglesias Carlos Soler Claudio Bravo Guido Rodriguez Hector Bellerin Jose Bordalas Manuel Pellegrini William Carvalho
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