Sevilla will be looking to stretch their current winning streak in La Liga when they welcome Getafe this Saturday at 8pm (UK time).
Julen Lopetegui’s men are chasing an unlikely top-two finish while Getafe can’t rest easy as they currently languish just a few spots above the relegation places.
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Where to watch Sevilla vs Getafe on TV:
- UK: LaLigaTV
- US: beIN SPORTS
Scoreline prediction: Sevilla 2-1 Getafe
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Sevilla vs Getafe build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:
A three-match winning streak, and tasting one defeat across their last 10 league outings (which consists of seven wins), has established Sevilla in the race for a top-four place this season. Lopetegui’s men sit one point behind second-placed Barcelona, who are level with arch-rivals Real Madrid, and if results go their way this weekend they could find themselves as leaders Atletico Madrid’s nearest challengers. That said, Los Rojiblancos’ lead at the moment is 10 points and they have a game in hand. At home, the Andalusian side come into this weekend unbeaten in four including winning their last three contests on the bounce. In fact, since the season began only Eibar (0-1) and Real Madrid (0-1) have left the Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán with all three points while Real Valladolid (1-1) snatched a draw from the jaws of defeat.
So, it’s going to be a tall order for Getafe, who have not travelled well this campaign. Across their previous nine away games, the Madrid-based side could only manage to pick up two wins, and they came in the last few weeks against Cádiz (0-2) and Elche (1-3). More concerning is their performance in front of goal. José Bordalás’ side have registered 17 goals to date (only Elche (16) have scored fewer) and they’ve failed to score on five occasions. A point against Deportivo Alavés (1-1) last time out leaves them on 24 for the season but importantly five above the relegation places. Can they register a rare away-day success at Sevilla or will Getafe suffer another setback?
- Sevilla (vs Almería): Bono; Vidal, Koundé, Diego Carlos, Rekik; Fernando Reges, Gudelj, Rakitic*; Ocampos, De Jong, Papu Gómez.
- Getafe (vs Alavés): Yáñez; Timor, Chakla, Etxeita; Suárez, Arambarri*, Maksimovic, Cucurella; Aleñá, Kubo; Mata.
Ivan Rakitic serves a one-match suspension while Marcos Acuña (hamstring), Óscar Rodríguez (hamstring) and Sergio Escudero (elbow) continue to recover from their respective injuries. Getafe, meanwhile, have a player of their own banned in the guise of Mauro Arambarri and they must also do without Enes Ünal (hamstring), Dario Poveda, Cucho and Mathías Olivera.
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Players to watch:
- Sevilla: It’s undisputable who the man of the hour is for Lopetegui, especially at home. Across their last three matches at the Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán — consisting of wins against Villarreal (2-0), Real Sociedad (3-2) and Cadiz (3-0) — they’ve registered eight goals with all but one of those strikes being scored by Youssef En-Nesyri. The 23-year-old Moroccan forward has 12 for the season which leaves him level with Lionel Messi and two behind Luis Suárez in the race for the Golden Boot.
- Getafe: It remains to be seen whether Ángel Rodríguez starts this weekend after coming off the bench in each of Getafe’s last four league matches. Though failing to net in those outings, the 33-year-old striker remains their leading marksman this season on five goals. Azulones boss Bordalás may turn to Rodríguez given his personal record away to Sevilla as, in three previous league visits to Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán, he’s bagged three goals including a brace in their 2-0 win in September 2018.
La Liga 2020/21 recent form:
- Sevilla: WWWLW
- Getafe: DLWWL
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