Sevilla and Real Betis is the game in Spain most defined by its fans and on Thursday it will be a first glimpse of LaLiga without them as the season resumes behind closed doors after three months away due to the coronavirus.
Fireworks, banners, plumes of smoke and crowds, delirious at the sight of a team bus, let alone a goal, the Seville derby is a fixture renowned for its intensity and cherished by its supporters.
“We can’t wait to return to competing,” said Sevilla coach Julen Lopetegui on Wednesday.
“In circumstances that three months ago were unimaginable but today it is the reality and we have to adapt. Place bet on today’s Events on NaijaBet
“The derby is going to be played and we all know what it means. We have to respond.”