Sevilla will be looking to register consecutive wins in La Liga when they welcome Cadiz to the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan on Saturday afternoon (3.15pm kick-off, UK
Sevilla will be looking to register consecutive wins in La Liga when they welcome Cadiz to the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan on Saturday afternoon (3.15pm kick-off, UK time).
Julen Lopetegui’s side are still in the hunt for a top-two finish as they currently trail second-placed Real Madrid by four points, whilst their visitors currently sit just inside the top half.
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Where to watch Sevilla vs Cadiz on TV:
- UK: LaLigaTV
- US: beIN SPORTS
Scoreline prediction: Sevilla 2-1 Cadiz
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Sevilla vs Cadiz build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:
Julen Lopetegui’s men are yet to hit a consistent streak this season, but despite this Sevilla are firmly in the fight to end with a Champions League spot. Going into their 19th game they find themselves level on points with fourth-placed Villarreal and have played a game less. Since late November, after winning three matches on the bounce (1-0 v Osasuna, 4-2 v Celta Vigo and 0-1 at Huesca), the Andalusian club haven’t been able to string back-to-back wins in La Liga but they can put that right this weekend, as last time out Sevilla ran out narrow 1-2 winners at Alaves, which immediately put their 2-0 loss to leaders Atletico Madrid behind them.
Sitting nine points behind Sevilla are Cadiz, who made headlines in early December when they inflicted a 2-1 defeat on Barcelona. It should have been a moment to catapult them, but instead they’ve managed to record just one win across their next seven La Liga matches. Even more disappointing was the fact that the proceeding three games all finished in defeat. However, they come into this latest round of fixtures unbeaten in four games. On the road it’s been a different story of late: since an impressive four-game winning streak came to an end at Atletico Madrid (4-0) they’ve mustered just two points from 12 available.
- Sevilla (vs Alaves): Bono; Navas, Kounde, Gomez, Acuna; Fernando, Jordan, Rakitic; Suso, Ocampos, En-Nesyri.
- Cadiz (vs Levante): Ledesma; Carcelen, Alcala, Cala, Izquierdo; Perea, Jonsson, Garrido, Alex; Negredo, Lozano.
Diego Carlos is sidelined for Sevilla, while Oscar Rodriguez and Sergio Escudero are not expected to be available until next month. Fali is back for Cadiz after serving his suspension, but the defender is not the only player missing. The Andalusia-based club are missing no fewer than five players — Carlos Akapo, Augusto Fernandez, Jose Mari, Marcos Mauro and Luismi Quezada — due to injury.
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Players to watch:
- Sevilla: A third consecutive home league win is what Sevilla aim to achieve this weekend and they’ve got a player just in-form that can help them accomplish that. Youssef En-Nesyri, who is firmly in the race to be crowned as this season’s top La Liga scorer, produced a stunning hat-trick as the Andalusian club ran out narrow 3-2 winners over Real Sociedad last time at home. In fact the Morrocan forward has netted Sevilla’s last four goals at the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan; looking at the bigger picture: En-Nesyri has bagged six league goals at home, another this Saturday will see him equal his best return during a single La Liga campaign (seven for Leganes in 2018/19).
- Cadiz: Given the opposition all eyes will naturally be on Alvaro Negredo, who between 2009 and 2013 registered 70 goals across 139 league matches for Sevilla before leaving for Manchester City, a switch that didn’t prove as fruitful as many expected. But this weekend’s showdown will not be the first time he’s gone up against his former employers. Across his last six league meetings with Sevilla the 35-year-old marksman has scored four goals whilst creating two more. He’s not been as productive so far during this campaign; since arriving last summer Negredo has gone on to net four goals across 16 appearances, though his most recent effort came in a 3-1 win over Alaves a fortnight ago.
La Liga 2020/21 recent form:
- Sevilla: WLWDW
- Cadiz: DWDDL
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