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First Division - Day 28

Elche 0 - Betis 0

Elche: Manu Herrera; Damián Suárez, Botía, Lombán, Domingo Cisma; Javi Márquez, Rubén Pérez; Coro, Carles Gil (Fidel 83’), Manu del Moral (Rodrigues 59’); Cristian Herrera (Boakye 70’). 4-2-3-1.
Betis: Antonio Adán; Chica, Perquis, Jordi Figueras, Didac (Caro 16’, Amaya 40’); N’Diaye, Nono; Leo Baptistao (Vadillo 70’), Salva Sevilla, Cedrick; Rubén Castro. 4-2-3-1.

Goals: None.

Yellow cards: Javi Márquez 44’, Botía 56’, Jordi Figueras 66’, Chica 72’, Nono 75’, Rubén Pérez 81’.

Bottom club Betis remain nine points away from safety after they drew 0-0 at Elche in this Sunday’s mid-day kick-off. The Andalusians have been growing in confidence recently, especially after their European win against city rivals Sevilla midweek, and although Adán had to keep out Rubén Pérez early on, Cedrick finished off a good run hitting the outside of the post, and Rubén Castro fired another good chance wide. Calderón had to change his plans when both his left back Didac and substitute Caro limped off injured before the break, but soon after the restart Castro tested Manu Herrera with an angled shot. Boakye headed a corner just wide for the locals in reply, and Coro had a last minute penalty claim turned down, but in the end Fran Escribá’s side will be happier be the result which keeps them four points clear of the drop zone for the time being.