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Sevilla vs Levante Prediction & Betting tips
Sevilla come into this game with the moral of the climb after having managed to win in their first leg of the Copa del Rey quarter-final 2-0 to a FC Barcelona that seems lost when Messi is not on the field. This result and the good performance carried out by the team, especially their forward Ben Yedder, have meant that Sevilla may have found a way to reverse their bad dynamics, as they had accumulated 3 consecutive losses between the League and Copa del Rey.
If we stick only to their numbers in the league, the role of the Seville team leaves much to be desired, since it accumulates a total of 4 games in a row without winning (2 draws and 2 losses), something that can change given that this day plays in the Sánchez Pizjuán. And is that as local Sevilla is showing intractable, after staying unbeaten for 7 consecutive games (6 wins and 1 draw), which is not surprising if we consider that is among the best teams at home in what we have of League.
The figures of Sevilla in the Santander League:
– Ranked in 4th place with 33 points after 20 days played.
– At home he has 6 wins, 2 draws and 1 loss with 13 goals in favor and 6 against.
– As a visitor he has 3 wins, 4 draws and 4 losses with 18 goals in favor and 16 against.
As for the lineup, Sevilla will have Nolito’s losses [fibula fracture (low until mid-April)], by Maxime Gonalons [fracture of ankle (low until the end of February)], by Joris Gnagnon [discomfort in the rectum] previous] and Munir El Haddadi [adductor lesion (low until the end of February], as well as the doubts of Roque Mesa [discomfort without determining], Jesus Navas [hamstring injury] and Pablo Sarabia [injury] quadriceps].
For its part, Levante came to this game more rested having not had to play Copa del Rey and with good feelings after having achieved a victory in their last league match against Valladolid (2-0). A result that is not decisive for a team that is showing very irregular if we take into account all the competitions it has played (League and Cup), which has added just 2 wins in the last 8 games it has played (2 ties and 4 losses).
In addition, Levante’s performance as a visitor has been a little deficient in the last 5 games (3 draws and 2 losses), encounters that have left far behind the 2 victories that he previously won and where he has been surpassed both by teams superior to him and no, and equaled by others of a level similar to yours and even lower, as is the case of Huesca (2-2). All this can be explained by the poor defense that Levante has been showing, where in 20 days he has conceded 14 goals away from home and 21 goals in his stadium, some numbers that show that the defensive plot is not working as it should.
Levante figures in the Santander League:
– Ranked in 10th position with 26 points after 20 days played.
– As a local, he has 4 wins, 2 draws and 4 defeats with 17 goals in favor and 21 against.
– As a visitor he has 3 wins, 3 draws and 4 losses with 15 goals in favor and 14 against.
As for the line-up, Levante will have Chema Rodríguez’s losses [tibial malleolus fracture (low until mid-February)] and Sergio Postigo’s [triceps sural injury (low until early February)]; as well as the doubt of Antonio Luna [fibrillar rupture in the adductor].
Sevilla vs Levante head to head matches
23.09.18 LL Levante Sevilla 2 : 6
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15.12.17 LL Sevilla Levante 0 : 0
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