Both teams are into the relegation zone and I expect both teams to relegate at the end. Of course, there is a difference as Betis is mathematically relegated, while Almeria still have chance to survive. A victory here could see them out of the drop zone, but I don’t believe Almeria are able to win.Almeria won 2:1 last weekend against Espanyol as guests. It was an important victory, no doubt about that. Fran Velez and Suso were the scorers for Almeria on that match. Still, don’t forget Almeria lost four consecutive games before that. Here are the last five results:27.04.2014. Espanyol – Almeria 1:220.04.2014. Almeria – Celta Vigo 2:412.04.2014. Real Madrid – Almeria 4:0 04.04.2014. Almeria – Osasuna 1:230.03.2014. Valladolid – Almeria 1:0Angel Trujillo and Sebastian Dubardier are unavailable through suspension, while Martinez is out through an ankle injury.Betis are at the bottom of La Liga. They are in awful form and have five defeats on the last five matches. Just look the results:26.04.2014. Betis – Real Sociedad 0:120.04.2014. Rayo Vallecano – Betis 3:113.04.2014. Betis – Sevilla 0:205.04.2014. Barcelona – Betis 3:131.03.2014. Betis – Malaga 1:2The guests will be without the injured Antonio Amaya, Didac Vila, Nacho Perez, Nono, Chuli and Xavi Torres.The last five mutual games finished with a balanced record – each side have two victories, plus one draw. Both teams are playing poor and I see no winner here.