Sevilla will look to follow up from an impressive Copa del Rey win over Barcelona and keep their top-four aspirations alive in La Liga when they play host to basement club Huesca on Saturday at 3.15pm (UK time).
Julen Lopetegui’s side ran out 2-0 victors over Barca on Wednesday in the first leg of their Copa del Rey semi-final clash, but the Andalusians must now avert their gaze to a potential banana skin fixture when they welcome 20th-placed Huesca to the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan.
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Where to watch Sevilla vs Huesca on TV:
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Scoreline prediction: Sevilla 2-0 Huesca
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Sevilla vs Huesca build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:
The games are coming thick and fast for Sevilla, who must put their domestic cup affairs to one side as they focus on the league, before taking on Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League next week. Lopetegui will be satisfied his side have created a six-point gap between themselves in fourth and fifth-placed Villarreal, but Los Nervionenses must not get complacent in these so-called ‘winnable’ games if they are to consolidate their standing in the top four.
For Huesca, this will be the second ‘top four’ opponent they have faced on the trot, putting in a valiant display against reigning champions Real Madrid at the weekend but ultimately losing 2-1. Recently-appointed Pacheta will know Huesca’s season will not be defined in these tough fixtures, but the strugglers must start putting something tangible on the board if they are to restore parity with 17th and stave off the threat of relegation.
- Sevilla (vs Barcelona): Bono; Vidal, Kounde, Carlos, Escudero; Fernando, Jordan, Rakitic, Suso, Gomez; En-Nesyri.
- Huesca (vs Real Madrid): Fernandez; Pulido, Siovas, Silva; Maffeo, Rico, Doumbia, Seoane, Galan; Okazaki, Mir.
Sevilla came through a fiercely-competitive tie against Barca relatively unscathed, but they remain without Lucas Ocampos, Oscar Rodriguez and Marcos Acuna. Huesca meanwhile will travel to Andalusia without former Everton forward Sandro Ramirez, Pablo Insua, Pedro Mosquera and Luisinho.
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Players to watch:
- Sevilla: He has not been at the club long but already Papu Gomez is showcasing the kind of dribbling and creative mastery that achieved unprecedented success in Bergamo. The diminutive Argentine was the fulcrum and playmaker grandmaster behind Atalanta’s recent ascension to free-scoring Serie A dominance and a regular seat at the Champions League table. For Sevilla already he is creating more chances per 90 minutes than any other player (2.73) and has the best completed take-on ratio (8.18), and all this from just one La Liga appearance. He also starred in the recent 2-0 win over Barca and will be relishing the chance to open his account for the Spanish club.
- Huesca: It’s a far cry from challenging for Premier League glory with a club not traditionally considered one of England’s ‘Big Six’, but retaining Huesca’s top-flight status will undoubtedly go down as one of Shinji Okazaki‘s greatest career achievements, should he pull it off. Now 34, the Japan international packs bundles of experience and remains a creative and quick-thinking outlet for Pacheta, two traits suited to the less physical demands of La Liga football. If Huesca are to triumph in this relegation dogfight, then Okazaki’s attacking intelligence and final third know-how will go a long way to achieving that end.
La Liga 2020/21 recent form:
- Sevilla: WWWWL
- Huesca: LWDLL
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