Granada host Sevilla in an Andalusian derby at Estadio Nuevo Los Cármenes on Sunday evening (20:00 UK time).
Sergio Escudero’s men sit in the bottom three La Liga places heading into this latest round while their visitors are within touching distance of early leaders Real Madrid.
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- UK: LaLigaTV
- US: ESPN+
Scoreline prediction: Granada 1-2 Sevilla
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Granada vs Sevilla build-up & previous line-ups:
It’s been a frustrating start to life in 2021/22 for Granada, who come into matchday eight as one of three La Liga teams yet to register a win. This is the fourth time they’ve started a La Liga season without a win after playing seven games and the first since 2016/17, which ultimately saw them relegated from the top-flight. On top of that, their boss Robert Moreno (three draws and four defeats) could become the first Nazaríes coach to fail to win any of his first eight games in competition history with the club.
That said, Granada have won three of their last four home league matches against Sevilla, this coming after winning just one of their previous 11 matches against them in the top flight, which included six draws and four losses. However, it’s also worth noting Granada have lost each of their last four Andalusian derbies in Spain’s top division; only once before have they suffered five straight defeats in such games, doing so in April 1960.
Things could not be any different for Sevilla, who find themselves three points behind early La Liga leaders Real Madrid having won four of their opening six matches. They a game in hand, too, and Julen Lopetegui’s men also happen to be one of four clubs (alongside Real Madrid, Barcelona and Villarreal) heading into matchday eight unbeaten. They have gone seven straight games without a loss in La Liga (five wins and two draws), conceding just two goals in their six matches during 2021/22 (four wins and two draws), which is their joint-best defensive record after this number of matches to start a season (also two in 1970/71). From a historical standpoint, Sevilla have won 52.4% of their Spanish top-flight encounters against Granada (22 wins across 42 matches), which is their third-highest win percentage against an Andalusian opponent in competition history behind Recreativo (80%) and Almeria (75%).
- Granada (vs Celta Vigo): Maximiano; Quini, Sánchez, Duarte, Neva; Soro, Milla, Gonalons, Puertas; Bacca, Suárez.
- Sevilla (vs Wolfsburg): Bono; Navas, Koundé, Carlos, Acuña; Jordán, Fernando; Suso, Papu Gómez, Ocampos; Mir.
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Player to watch: Carlos Bacca (Granada)
As touched upon, it’s been a desperate start for Granada, who have netted just five goals across their opening seven La Liga games. Responsible for 40% of those efforts is Colombian centre-forward Luis Suárez with two strikes. Yet to break his duck is Suárez’s compatriot and strike partner, Carlos Bacca, who joined the Andalusian outfit this summer as a free agent. No stranger to Spain’s top division having previously represented Villarreal and this weekend’s opponents Sevilla, the 35-year-old marksman comes into this game seeking to register another goal or two against his former club. Against no other opponent has Bacca scored more La Liga goals than Sevilla (five across seven appearances). Last time out in May 2021 while playing for the ‘Yellow Submarine’, he bagged a hat-trick.
La Liga 2021/22 recent form:
- Granada: LLDLL
- Sevilla: WWDDW
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