Real Betis coach Quique Setien assured on Saturday that his side will face Real Madrid on Sunday with "the same plan as against all rivals" and that he will try to vary "little or nothing" of what he believes are the "identifying marks" of his side, "like bravery."
Setien, speaking before Sunday's game in Seville, said that "in the case of Real Madrid, you always have to expect them to be at their best, even if they have players missing."
He added: "We will put all the enegery possible into the game without thinking it's against Madrid or any other side. I'm not excessively focused on Madrid, or Barcelona, or Atletico... but all teams have ups and downs and right now there's a tremendous amount of equality in the league. But even as bad as people are saying [Madrid] are, they put three past Leganes the other day."
For the coach, "Madrid are always Madrid and you have to expect the best from them" but he didn't want to enter into details regarding Isco's situation, given it's "another coach's" issue to sort.