Real Madrid v Sevilla meet at Santiago Bernabéu in the 37th week of La Liga (19:00, UK Time) at Santiago Bernabéu, with Los Blancos fighting for the title after knocking Atlético Madrid out in the Champions League semifinals.
Real Madrid v Sevilla Preview
Real Madrid arrive to the game with a lot of confidence after passing through to the Champions League final knocking Atlético Madrid out in the semifinals in a very beautiful tie. Now they have to focus on La Liga, where they have three remaining games in the fight with Barcelona for the trophy. The team managed by Zidane has the absences of Carvajal, Pepe and Bale, all of them injured. It’s possible to see some changes in the line-up respect the clash against Atlético Madrid.
Sevilla have said goodbye to the third position and it looks like they are going to finish the season in the fourth position of the table, so they must play a previous Champions Leagie round on August. The team managed by Sampaoli is showing several doubts in this stage of the season and they have not won any game in his last 6 visits. Mariano ,Iborra and Escudero are doubts to arrive to the game while Sarabia is suspended.
Real Madrid v Sevilla Predicted Line Ups
Real Madrid (4-3-3): Keylor; Marcelo, Ramos, Varane, Nacho; Casemiro, Kroos, Modric; Isco, Asensio and Cristiano Ronaldo
Sevilla (4-4-2): Sergio Rico; Escudero, Lenglet, Rami, Pareja, Mariano; Nasri, N’Zonzi; Correa, Vitolo ant Ben Yedder.
Real Madrid v Sevilla Betting Tips
Real Madrid have won 7, drawn 1 and lost 2 games out of the last 10.
Sevilla have won 3, drawn 3 and lost 4 of the last 10 games.
In the last 10 games, Real Madrid have scored an average of 2,6 goals and have received an average of 1,4 goals.
In the last 10 games, Sevilla have scored an average of 1,2 goals per game and have conceded 1,7 goals per game.
There have been over 2,5 goals in 9 of the last 10 Real Madrid games.
There have been 2,5 goals in 5 of the last 10 Sevilla games.
Real Madrid v Sevilla Prediction
Sevilla are having many problems when they play as a visitors and since they were knocked out of the Champions League against Leicester, they have not shown their best level. Los Blancos may arrive to the game a bit tired after the clash against Atletico Madrid and we think they will not win easily, but the team managed by Zidane must achieve the three points because there are not many reaming games in La Liga and if they want to win the trophy they must beat Sevilla.
The first Real Madrid defeat this season was in Sánchez Pizjuán (2-1) due to a goal of Jovetic in the last minute although Los Blancos were ahead with a goal of Cristiano Ronaldo. In the last campaign, Real Madrid won (4-0) with goals from the BBC and Jesé.
Free Betting Tips
Real Madrid to win 2/11 at Bet365.
Over 2,5 goals 2/1 at Bet365.
Real Madrid to win 3-1 at 9/1 with Bet365.