Group leaders Real Betis will welcome the side in second place, Rangers, to Benito Villamarin for the last Group C clash, with qualification still up for grabs for both, with kickoff penciled for 20:00 GMT.
Real Betis have won three times and lost twice in their five group-stage outings. They have collected nine points, which places them at the top of the group at this stage.
Rangers have won twice, drawn twice, and lost once in their five group-stage outings so far. Having collected eight points, they sit second on the group table, heading into the final match of the group.
With Rangers on 8 points and third-placed Sparta Praha on seven points, any of the top three sides have a realistic chance of making it into the knockout stages. This permutation underscores the significance of the final match, with everything up for groups.
Real Betis will look to take advantage of home support to win the clash against Rangers and seal both qualification and top spot. A win for Rangers will also seal qualification and top spot.
Real Betis will be without the injured Nabil Fekir, Youssouf Sabaly, Marc Bartra, Claudio Bravo, and William Carvalho for the home clash against Rangers.
Rangers will be without the injured Nicolas Raskin, Danilo, and Tom Lawrence for the trip to Spain to take on Betis.
Real Betis will have the home advantage against Rangers. They are the favorites to win the home match and seal the top spot.
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