LaLiga 33ª Jornada

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Sevilla – Granada (La Liga)

The opening game of La Liga’s 33th round will take place this Friday night at Rámon Sánchez Pizjuán, in Sevilla, with Sevilla FC hosting Granada. After putting an end to 6 consecutive games without winning any of them, Sevilla finally won against Deportivo, in the penultimate round, but failed to win once again in the trip to Valencia, the last time out. Granada, on the other hand, is getting more and more buried in the relegation zone and is starting to see maintenance in the competition as something increasingly impossible to achieve, not knowing what is to win in any of their last 7 consecutive games.

Sevilla sits 4th place at La Liga’s table with 62 points, which comes from 18 wins, 8 draws and 6 defeats, with 56 goals scored and 39 conceded in the process. With only 1 victory in their last 8 consecutive matches, with one of these games being referent to the Champions League, Sevilla is going through their worst momento of the season and have already lost the 3rd spot of the table, which guarantees direct access to the Champions League, being now obliged to secure this 4th position until the end of the season.

The Andalucian side are known for being a very strong team when playing in front of their fans, losing just one game at home during all season. However, they are facing some troubles in triumphing lately, winning only 3 of their last 6, drawing the other 3. Offensively, Sevilla are a very capable team and boast the 4th best attack in the Spanish championship. Adding to this, and with this reception of a very badly classified team, with huge defensive difficulties, this is a great opportunity to regain motivation and to return to winning ways.

In their last 5 official games, Sevilla boasts a record of 1 victory, 2 draws and 2 defeats. This sequence of results began with a 3-1 away defeat at Atlético Madrid’s home. This defeat was followed by a 0-0 home draw against Sporting Gijón, a 3-0 defeat at Barcelona’s ground, a 4-2 home win over Deportivo, and in their last clash, a 0-0 away draw against Valencia. Vitolo is out due to injury.

Probable Lineup: Rico – Mariano, Rami, Pareja and Escudero – N’Zonzi and Nasri – Correa, Vázquez and Sarabia – Jovetic.

laliga competiçaoGranada, on the other hand, sits 19th place at La Liga’s table with only 20 points, which comes from 4 wins, 8 draws and 20 defeats, with 27 goals scored and 68 conceded. Already well buried in the relegation zone, 7 points adrift of safety, Granada are in serious danger of being relegated and are now seeing the maintenance more and more further away. This awful moment led the team’s management to hire Anthony Adams as Granada’s new coach, although he was defeated in his first game at the helm of the team, losing in the last round in home soil at the hands of Celta Vigo. The last time El Graná won a match was on March 1st, beating Alavés. Away from their domains, Granada’s registry is absolutely terrible, with the team being yet to win their first game, losing 12 of the 16 already disputed. With the second defense that more goals concedes in La Liga, as well as the second worst attack, things don’t look good for this travel to Sevilla.

In their last 5 official games, Granada boasts a record of 1 draw and 4 defeats. This sequence of results began with a 3-1 away defeat at Sporting Gijón’s ground. This defeat was followed by a 1-4  home defeat against Barcelona, a 0-0 away draw against Deportivo, a 1-3 defeat against Valencia in home ground, and in the their last clash, a 0-3 home defeat at the hands of Celta Vigo. Mubarak Wakaso and Ingason are out, both suspended.

Probable Lineup: Ochoa – Vezo, Silva, Saunier and Héctor – Krhin, Uche, Carcela and Pereira – Ponce and Ramos.

Granada won 3 of their last 8 direct clashes, drawing 1 and losing the remaining 4.

Granada 2-1 Sevilla
Liga Espanhola 16/17
Sevilla 1-4 Granada
Liga BBVA 15/16
Granada 2-1 Sevilla
Liga BBVA 15/16
Granada 1-1 Sevilla
Liga BBVA 14/15
Sevilla 4-0 Granada
Copa Rey 14/15
Granada 1-2 Sevilla
Copa Rey 14/15
Sevilla 5-1 Granada
Liga BBVA 14/15
Sevilla 4-0 Granada
Liga BBVA 13/14

In home soil and with the need of returning to winning ways, Sevilla are expected to have a strong start in the game and to be looking for an early goal, and won’t be a surprise if they reach the half-time in advantage on the scoresheet. Besides that, Luciano Spalletti’s men still dream with a possible Atletico Madrid’s slip up, which could see them returning to 3rd place.

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HT/FT: Sevilla 1.57 Bet365
  • Country: Spain
  • Stadium: Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán
  • City: Sevilha
  • Establishment: 1905

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  • Country: Spain
  • Stadium: Nuevo Los Cármenes
  • City: Granada
  • Establishment: 1931

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