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Sevilla vs Valencia: Predictions
Last time out, Sevilla drew with Real Madrid, pegged back by an injury-time equaliser to keep them six points behind La Liga leaders Atletico Madrid with three games left to play. Although mathematically possible, Sevilla aren’t really being included in the title conversation any more and have slightly dropped away from the top three due to their recent form.
After winning five consecutive league games, a run started by a 1-0 victory over Atletico Madrid at the beginning of April, Sevilla are winless in their last two. They were brought down from their high with a 1-0 defeat to Athletic Bilbao before twice losing a lead in the draw against Real Madrid at the weekend.
Valencia, meanwhile, have all but secured their status as a La Liga club for next season needing just one point from their final three games to put an end to what has been another torrid season. While Sevilla were building a winning run from the start of April, Valencia were going winless, managing six games without victory.
That form saw them slip from 12th to 14th and ultimately cost Javi Gracia his job, with the former Watford manager sacked following a 3-2 defeat to Barcelona. Former centre-back Voro took charge for their most recent game, in which they cruised to a 3-0 victory over Real Valladolid.
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Sevilla vs Valencia: Match Stats
Sevilla scored from the penalty spot in their 2-2 draw with Real Madrid at the weekend and in a game against Valencia there is every chance of another spot-kick being awarded. Only Villarreal (22) have seen more penalties awarded in their La Liga games this season than Valencia (18) with Los Che winning 10 and conceding eight.
Although Sevilla are fourth in the league, they haven’t been the best scorers, with all three teams above them scoring more as well as the two teams directly below. They have, however, been fairly solid in defence with the third-best back-line in La Liga. Only 12 of their 35 league games this season have seen fewer than three goals scored.