Barcelona vs Sevilla: Match Preview and Prediction | H2H Results
The two Spanish giants will come face to face on Sunday night to battle for the top spot at Camp Nou.
Barcelona vs Sevilla: Preview
Barcelona are in tremendous form and will give a hard time to Real Madrid in the league title race. They face second-placed Sevilla, who are just three points ahead. And a win can see Barcelona go second, meaning they will be just nine points adrift of Real Madrid.
Meanwhile, Sevilla will hope to make the most of this match to close the gap between leadersm, Real Madrid.
Sevilla have not won the La Liga since 1945, and they are hoping to break this drought this season and win their first-ever title after decades.
Barcelona vs Sevilla: Last 5 H2H Results
|22 Dec 2021||Barcelona 1-1 Sevilla||La Liga|
|04 March 2021||Barcelona 3-0 Sevilla||Copa del Rey|
|27 Feb 2021||Sevilla 0-2 Barcelona||La Liga|
|11 Feb 2022||Sevilla 2-0 Barcelona||Copa del Rey|
|05 oct 2020||Barcelona 1-1 Sevilla||La Liga|
Barcelona vs Sevilla: Form Guide
Barcelona vs Sevilla: La Liga Stats
- Barcelona have not lost their last 13 games in La Liga (W9 D4), the second-best unbeaten streak by a team in the competition, after their next opponent Sevilla (P15 W7 D8).
- Sevilla have avoided defeat in three of their last four games against the Catalans giants in LaLiga (D3 L1).
- Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has found the net seven times in his seven outings, becoming the third player after Zlatan Ibrahimović in 2009 and André Silva in 2018 for Sevilla.
Barcelona vs Sevilla: Predicted XI
Barcelona (4-3-3): Ter Stegen; Araujo, Pique, E Garcia, Alba; F de Jong, Busquets, Pedri; Dembele, Aubameyang, F Torres
Sevilla (4-3-3): Dmitrovic; Navas, Kounde, Carlos, Augustinsson; Jordan, Rakitic; Ocampos, Munir, Martial; En-Nesyri
Barcelona vs Sevilla: Prediction
Barcelona have finally hit the top form under Xavi and are ready for any challenge coming their way.
On the opposite side, Sevilla’s form has dwindled and they have won only once in their last five outings. Sevilla looks out of ideas and Barcelona will make the most of fragile Sevilla on Sunday.