Ferencvaros “forced” Leverkusen in the first match of the group to show their best in order to grab the three points, and after a big battle, they couldn’t avoid the 2:1 defeat in Germany. In the Hungarian championship, most recently they won 3:1 over Ujpest, and keep in touch with the top of the standings. Coach Peter Steger hopes that Ferencvaros will win the first points in the group against Betis. However, he admitted that this will be difficult since the Spanish team has players with quality on the highest level, excellent technique, and great speed, guided by a very experienced coach Pellegrini. Betis is growing step by step and has completed a four-match unbeaten run and is steadily rising in the LaLiga standings. They have super strong attacking duo Iglesias and Willian Jose, who has scored 13 times in the last five games. Today, coach Pellegrini has some serious absence like creative midfielder Canales (7/1), Carvalho (5/0), Ruiz (5/0), Camarasa (4/0), and Sabaly. Ferencvaros is a hard nut to crack especially at home and I think that will give their best in order to win some points.