Sevilla and Atletico Madrid are set to meet in a La Liga encounter at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium on Saturday evening (20:00 UK time).
The hosts come into this weekend’s game having not tasted a league defeat at home this season and will be seeking to extend their nine-match unbeaten streak which stretches back into last season.
As for Atleti they’ve won half of their away trips in Spain’s top division though across their most recent five away games the defending champions have accumulated one win (1-4 at Cadiz on matchday 15).
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Sevilla team news
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After ending November in a whimper, Sevilla have slowly got back on track with back-to-back 1-0 wins over Villarreal and Athletic Bilbao, subsequently leaving them second and Real Madrid’s nearest challengers although they are eight points behind having played a game fewer. Encouraging for Julen Lopetegui — who is set to welcome Ivan Rakitic back into his starting lineup but still without Erik Lamela and Youssef En-Nesyri — is the fact Sevilla are unbeaten in their last nine home La Liga matches (eight wins and one draw) while keeping a clean sheet in six of them. This is their second longest such run at Estadio Ramón Sánchez under Lopetegui in the competition. However, from a historical perspective, Sevilla have won one of their last nine league meetings against Atlético although that success did come in their last showdown. The last time they won back-to-back matches against them in the competition came in 2010.
Sevilla predicted XI: Bounou; Montiel, Kounde, Carlos, Augustinsson; Jordan, Rakitic, Delaney; Gomez, Mir, Ocampos.
Atletico Madrid team news
It’s still early days but the chances of Atletico Madrid repeating last season’s success in La Liga are fading away. Diego Simeone’s men come into this latest round of fixtures sitting fourth and 13 points behind leaders Real Madrid albeit with a game in hand. The defending champions have also lost their last two league outings which is as many defeats across the club’s previous 23 matches in the competition; to put this in some perspective, they have never lost three in a row in La Liga under Simeone’s leadership. The passionate Argentine coach must do without Antoine Griezmann who has been ruled out for the remainder of the year with a thigh injury, that being said, Atlético have registered a bigger win percentage in La Liga this season without him (66.7%). In fact, they’re unbeaten without him on the field (two wins and one draw).
Atletico Madrid predicted XI: Oblak; Felipe, Gimenez, Hermoso; Llorente, Lemar, Koke, De Paul, Carrasco; Cunha, Suarez.
La Liga 2021/22 recent form:
- Sevilla: WWLDW
- Atletico Madrid: LLWWD