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    LaLiga News: Prediction: Sevilla – Valencia – Football News

    Forecast: The match ended in a draw 2:2.

    Best odds: 12/1

    Bookmaker’s office: Betfair

    This week Sevilla and Valencia will meet in La Liga. The match will take place at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan stadium and kick off on Tuesday at 18:00 UK time.

    Seville

    Sevilla are one of the biggest clubs in Spain and have achieved tremendous success over the years. Last season they finished fourth in the La Liga table and now play in the UEFA Champions League, but they are really in trouble in the league.

    Jorge Sampaoli has recently been named Sevilla’s new head coach and he has a daunting task ahead of him. Sevilla are currently 14th in the La Liga table with nine points from nine matches, just two points above the relegation zone. Los Nerviónenses really need to act now if they want to qualify for the UEFA Champions League.

    Sevilla will face Valencia at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan stadium after beating Real Madrid 1-0 away in La Liga. This followed a 1–1 draw with Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund away to Germany in the UEFA Champions League.

    Team news:

    Karim Rekik and Jesus Manuel Corona will not play for Sevilla due to injuries. Fernando doubts. Jose Angel Carmona can start for the Andalusian club.

    Valencia

    Like Sevilla, Valencia are one of the biggest clubs in Spain and they are doing well right now. Los Che are currently ninth in the La Liga table, but this time things could turn for the better for the former Spanish champions.

    Valencia are currently eighth in the La Liga table with 14 points from nine matches. Gennaro Gattuso’s side are five points behind Real Betis, who are currently fourth in the standings and last in the UEFA Champions League.

    Los Che will play Sevilla after a 2-2 draw with Elche at the Mestalla in La Liga. This followed a 2–1 away win over Osasuna in the league.

    Team news:

    Edinson Cavani was replaced at half-time against Elche and the former Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United striker could have missed Valencia’s match against Sevilla. Hugo Duro could replace Cavani in the team. Marcos André and Mouctar Diakhaby are available after suspension against Elche.

    Key Factors to Consider

    • Sevilla have won 2 of their last 5 La Liga matches.
    • Valencia have won 2 of their last 5 La Liga matches.
    • Sevilla have conceded 14 goals in 9 La Liga matches.
    • Valencia have scored 16 goals in 9 La Liga matches.
    • Sevilla have scored 9 goals in 9 La Liga matches.

    Conclusion

    Under new head coach Jorge Sampaoli, Sevilla are looking good and playing better and will have a home advantage against Valencia. Los Che are doing better than Sevilla, but it is unlikely that they will be able to win in Sevilla. It is likely that the match will end in a draw.

    Forecast: The match ended in a draw 2:2.

    Best odds: 12/1

    Bookmaker’s office: Betfair

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