La Liga: Sevilla vs Real Madrid Head-to-Head Match Preview and Prediction

Sevilla continue their quest for a Champions League spot next season by finishing in the top 4 places in La Liga this season as they host rivals Real Madrid on Sunday evening. 

Sevilla vs Real Madrid: Head-to-Head Preview

Sevilla are now third in the table and 12 points behind leaders Real Madrid on Sunday and can do little to reduce the gap to stay in the contention for a Champions League berth. They are tied with Barcelona who are in second place with a goal difference. 

If Real Madrid wins their next four games they will be declared the league winners, the Los Blancos are competing on two fronts La Liga and the Champions League which have exhausted them as against Chelsea they played high-intense 120 minutes of football. 

The players will have to be fully fit going into this fixture otherwise they might fling their points. 

Sevilla vs Real Madrid: Last 5 Head-to-Head Results

Date Result Competition  
29 Nov 2021Real Madrid 2-1 SevillaLa Liga
10 may 2021Real Madrid 2-2 SevillaLa Liga
05 Dec 2020Sevilla 0-1 Real Madrid La Liga
18 Jan 2020Real Madrid 2-1 SevillaLa Liga
23 Sept 2019Sevilla 0-1 Real MadridLa Liga

Sevilla vs Real Madrid: Head-to-Head Form Guide

Sevilla: W-L-D-L-D

Real Madrid: W-W-W-W-L

Sevilla vs Real Madrid: Trivia

  • Real Madrid have won their last two away games against Sevilla, keeping a clean sheet in both.
  • Sevilla are unbeaten in their last nine home games in all competition. (W8 D1).
  • Anthony Martial is just one goal or an assist away from being involved in 100 goals in Europe’s big league.

Sevilla vs Real Madrid: Predicted XI

Sevilla (4-2-3-1): Bounou; Navas, Kounde, Carlos, Augustinsson; Jordan, Rakitic; Ocampos, Martial, Corona; Rafa Mir

Real Madrid (4-3-3): Courtois; Carvajal, Militao, Alaba, Nacho; Kroos, Camavinga, Modric; Rodrygo, Benzema, Vinicius

Sevilla vs Real Madrid: Head-to-Head Prediction 

Sevilla returned to winning ways after a defeat by Barcelona, as they thumped Granada 4-2. And now a tough fixture lies ahead of them, they have not won against Real Madrid in the last five games which can put a serious dent in their hopes of winning Sunday’s match.

And Real Madrid will be least concerned of dropping points as they are 12 points clear of Barcelona and Sevilla who are tied on 60th point and fighting for the Champions League position. Although Real Madrid wouldn’t want to relinquish those three points. 

After 120 minutes of energy-sapping football by an ageing side of Real Madrid, midweek can give an advantage to Sevilla.   

We favour Sevilla in this contest as they have enough quality to cause upset. 

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