Sevilla will look to keep their faint title hopes alive when they host Valencia on Wednesday (6:00pm UK time).
Julen Lopetegui’s men failed to win their last two games, knocking their title challenge into the realm of true fantasy. Now they will host a Valencia side buoyed by the interim management of Voro. What will happen when they clash?
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Where to watch Sevilla vs Valencia on TV:
- UK: LaLigaTV
- US: beIN SPORTS
Scoreline prediction: Sevilla 2-2 Valencia
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Sevilla vs Valencia build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:
Over recent weeks Sevilla had made a late title bid, winning six straight games to sneak up on the top three. However they suffered a devastating late loss at home to Athletic when Inaki Williams stole in for a 90th minute winner. They followed it up with an impressive showing against Real Madrid, more than matching Los Blancos, but were unable to come away with a win, again being stung by a late goal with Eden Hazard deflecting a Toni Kroos shot. The draw prevented Madrid from taking hold of the title race, but left Sevilla out of luck.
Valencia, meanwhile, had gone on a six match winless run prior to sacking Javi Gracia. They had been flirting with relegation but after losing to Barcelona they sacked Gracia and got Voro in. The legendary coach who is now embarking on his eighth spell as a caretaker boss got off to the best of starts when Los Che routed Valladolid 3-0. The performance was exhilarating and while Valencia can’t make Europe, they will be aiming for a top half finish.
- Sevilla (vs Real Madrid): Bono; Navas, Kounde, Diego Carlos, Acuna; Fernando, Jordan, Rakitic; Suso, Ocampos, Gomez.
- Valencia (vs Valladolid): Cillessen; Gabriel, Guillamon, Diakhaby; Thierry, Soler, Wass, Gaya; Lee, Guedes; Maxi.
Both sides should have the benefit of fully fit squads to select from.
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Player to watch: Maxi Gomez (Valencia)
Valencia haven’t beaten Sevilla since 2019 and have, in fact, lost the last three matches between the sides. However they come into this side with a completely different level of energy and motivation, and most importantly, a lethal striker. Julen Lopetegui’s experimentation with a false nine has dulled Youssef En-Neysri but Voro has unleashed Maxi Gomez. The Uruguayan scored twice in the win over Valladolid and will cause serious problems for a Sevilla back-line that has shown it struggles to handle top-class centre-forwards (e.g. Inaki Williams and Karim Benzema). Look for him to get on the scoresheet at least once as Valencia secure a big point.
La Liga 2020/21 recent form:
- Sevilla: DLWWW
- Valencia: WLDLD
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