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Getafe vs Sevilla live stream: How to watch La Liga online

By Mohamed Moallim

Published: 14:20, 12 December 2020

Sevilla return to La Liga action when they face Getafe on Saturday at 3.15pm.

Getafe XI: Soria; Nyom, Etxeita, Cabaco, Olivera; Maksimovic, Arambarri, Timor, Cucurella; Hernandez, Unail.

Sevilla XI: Bono; Vidal, Kounde, Carlos, Acuna; Jordan, Fernando, Rakitic; Ocampos, En-Nesyri, Suso.

Where to watch Getafe vs Sevilla on TV:

  • UK: LaLigaTV

Where to live stream Getafe vs Sevilla:

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Scoreline prediction: Getafe 1-2 Sevilla

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Getafe vs Sevilla build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:

Julen Lopetegui’s men ended their Champions League group phase campaign with a 3-1 win at Ligue 1 outfit Rennes earlier in the week.

It meant they finished runners-up to Chelsea in Group E, and with those obligations put to one side until February, focus is getting back up the league table with them currently sixth, albeit with two games in hand on some of the teams above them.

Things couldn’t be anymore different regarding Getafe who sit perilously close to the bottom three. A result this weekend for the hosts could go a long way in their recovery.

A run of six matches without a win has seen Getafe slip down the La Liga table; heading into the weekend they sit just two points above the danger zone, but three places above Levante who currently occupy 18th spot. At home, the season started promising, winning their opening three matches, before suffering back-to-back defeats against Granada (1-0) and Villarreal (3-1), while most recently they were held to a 1-1 draw by Athletic Bilbao.

As for Sevilla, it’s been a mixed bag of a start, with a run of four winless games between October and November (which included three successive defeats) being followed up by three back-to-back wins. However, they couldn’t make it four in-a-row as Real Madrid left Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán with a narrow 1-0 win last time out. Away from home they’ve been equally inconsistent with their 1-0 win at Huesca in late November ending a three-match winless streak which began at the Camp Nou (1-1 v Barcelona).

  • Getafe (vs Levante): Soria; Nyom, Cabaco, Chema*, Olivera; Hernández, Arambarri, Djené*, Cucurella; Mata*, Rodríguez.
  • Sevilla (vs Rennes): Bono; Koundé, Gómez, Diego Carlos, Rekik; Rakitic, Gudelj; Suso, Torres, Idrissi; En-Nesyri.

The hosts go into this game missing no fewer than three players due to suspension. Chema and Djené were both sent off in Getafe’s humbling 3-0 loss at Levante last time whilst Jaime Mata picked up his fifth yellow card of the season. Filip Manojlovic, who recently sustained a back injury, also misses out.

Lopetegui, meanwhile, continues to be without Tomas Vaclik and Munir El Haddadi, with the latter not expected to return for Sevilla until the New Year after suffering a hamstring injury. Lucas Ocampos is expected to start for the Andalusian side after coming off the bench in their mid-week Champions League win over Rennes, while captain and stalwart Jesus Navas has been passed fit to feature.

Player to watch: Youssef En-Nesyri (Sevilla)

It’s often said to strike while the iron is hot and in Moroccan forward Youssef En-Nesyri there’s a potential star on Sevilla’s hands. Having signed from Leganés earlier this year, the 23-year-old has already matched last season’s output (four goals) in half the amount of games. He’s also proving resourceful in the Champions League, striking twice in their 3-1 win at Rennes, such momentum should guarantee him a regular starting berth for the foreseeable future. Real’s defenders managed to deny En-Nesyri a goal in three consecutive La Liga games but he should fancy his chances of getting back on the scoreboard against a struggling Getafe.

La Liga 2020/21 recent form:

  • Getafe: LDDLD
  • Sevilla: LWWWL

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