Sevilla and Barcelona will be looking to keep their La Liga title hopes alive when they face off on Saturday at 3:15pm (UK time).
The two sides sit fourth and third respectively and have seen the gap to Atletico Madrid shorten in recent weeks.
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Where to watch Sevilla vs Barcelona on TV:
- UK: LaLigaTV
- US: beIN Sports
Scoreline prediction: Sevilla 2-1 Barcelona
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Sevilla vs Barcelona build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:
Messi in LaLiga:
◎ 22 games
🥇 18 goals
Haaland in the Bundesliga:
◎ 17 games
🥉 17 goals
Cristiano in Serie A:
◎ 19 games
🥇 18 goals
Mbappé in Ligue 1:
◎ 22 games
🥇 16 goals
The heirs to the throne. 🐐
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Julen Lopetegui’s reputation took a hit following his spell at Real Madrid in 2018 but he has built it back up with this Sevilla team who are still in with a chance of winning La Liga. They are just seven points behind leaders Atletico Madrid thanks to an excellent run of form, winning 10 of their last 11 games across all competitions (including six in La Liga). Sevilla’s only defeat during that run came in the Champions League against Borussia Dortmund, but even then they left themselves with a chance of coming back in the second leg. At home, they have won their past five league matches and recently beat Barcelona in the Copa del Rey semi-final first leg (with the second match next week).
Like Sevilla, Barcelona were recently on an excellent run of form, winning 10 of 11 games to ease some pressure on Ronald Koeman, before being beaten in the aforementioned Copa del Rey clash (also losing to Athletic Bilbao in the Super Cup final). But that defeat to Sevilla appears to have rocked Barcelona slightly, with Koeman’s side winning just two of their four games since. Just over a week ago they were thumped at the Nou Camp by PSG in the Champions League, losing 4-1, and they followed that up with a draw against Cadiz, who currently sit in the bottom half of La Liga. Although they did bounce back in midweek against Elche.
- Sevilla (vs Osasuna): Bono; Navas, Kounde, Diego Carlos, Rekik; Torres, Fernando, Jordan; Suso, De Jong, Munir.
- Barcelona (vs Elche): Ter Stegen; Mingueza, Pique, Umtiti, Alba; De Jong, Pjanic, Pedri; Trincao, Messi, Braithwaite.
Sevilla came through their game against Osasuna unscathed and are only missing Marcos Acuna and Lucas Ocampos. Barcelona, meanwhile, remain without Ansu Fati, Philippe Coutinho, Sergi Roberto and Ronald Araujo, though the latter isn’t expected to be out for much longer.
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Players to watch:
- Sevilla: A starter in recent weeks, Munir El Haddadi has found form at the right time, ready to add to his former club’s misery. The Spaniard joined Barcelona in 2011 as a 15-year-old but played just 56 times for the club before being sold to Sevilla two years ago. He has already made 81 appearances for Sevilla, but this season Munir has had to made do with a more reserved role until recently, scoring two goals and recording one assist in his past three league matches. He scored the only goal of a 1-0 win over Huesca and then set up Luuk de Jong for Sevilla’s second against Osasuna on Monday. Munir is also yet to score against Barcelona since leaving the club, though he did find the net twice while on loan at Valencia.
- Barcelona: Lionel Messi once again leads at Barcelona but they cannot keep relying on the Argentinian and instead need the likes of Antoine Griezmann to step up. The Frenchman is second to Messi at Barcelona for direct goal involvements with 12 so far in La Liga and leads the club for assists with six. In fact, only Jorge de Frutos and Marcos Llorente (seven) had more assists than Griezmann in La Liga this season, with the Frenchman recording two in the recent 5-1 win over Alaves. But Barcelona will want more from Griezmann, in particular an improvement on the six goals he has scored, 12 fewer than Messi despite being the club’s second highest scorer.
La Liga 2020/21 recent form:
- Sevilla: WWWWW
- Barcelona: DWWWW
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