Sevilla vs Barcelona Prediction and Match Preview 27/05/2024

Fortuna Barcelona go head-to-head against Sevilla on Monday. Read our Predictions and Betting Tips with Match Preview, Head-to-head stats (h2h), and Team Form Analysis.

This match will be played on 27/05/2024 at 03:00

Sevilla vs Barcelona

Monday’s football game between Sevilla and Barcelona will conclude the 2023/2024 La Liga season. Sevilla, on a three-game losing streak, aims to recover from a disappointing season but is unlikely to secure a home win due to multiple key player injuries. Boubakary Soumare returns from suspension, but Oliver Torres, Nemanja Gudelj, Erik Lamela, Suso, Djibril Sow, and Isaac Romero remain out.

Barcelona, having secured second place with a 3-0 win over Rayo Vallecano, aims to finish the season strongly and is favored to win. They are seeking their fifth consecutive victory over Sevilla. Ronald Araujo is pushing for a start, while Frenkie De Jong is still out with an ankle injury.

Players to watch: Lewandowski is on a hot streak

Robert Lewandowski has been the man in form for Barcelona in recent weeks, scoring five goals in his last five matches. The striker has 18 La Liga goals this season and is priced at 6/5 with 646jili.

Barcelona have also been solid at the other end of the pitch, keeping clean sheets in their last three matches. Inigo Martinez and Pau Cubarsi have been heavily involved lately and can lead the Catalans to another clean sheet at 12/5 with 646jili.

Probable line-ups

Sevilla has plenty of Injury problems, with the likes of Jesus Navas, Erik Lamela, and Oliver Torres all sidelined. Adria Pedrosa is also likely to come in for Marcos Acuna at left-back.

Fermin Lopez could retain his place in the starting line-up for Barcelona after netting a brace last time out. Andreas Christensen could also be given a run-out in place of Sergi Roberto.

Sevilla: Nyland, Bade, Ramos, Salas, Acuna, Sanchez, Ocampos, Agoume, Bueno, Lukebakio En-Nesyri
Barcelona: Ter Stegen, Kounde, Cubarsi, Martinez, Cancelo, Christensen, Gundogan, Lopez, Yamal, Raphinha, Lewandowski

Highlighted Player: Robert Lewandowski

Robert Lewandowski began his career at Znicz Pruskow, scoring 36 goals in 59 league games before moving to Lech Poznan in 2008. He netted 18 goals in the 2009/2010 Ekstraklasa season, attracting the attention of Borussia Dortmund, whom he joined in 2010. Lewandowski quickly became a key player for Dortmund, winning two Bundesliga titles (2010/2011, 2011/2012) and reaching the 2012/2013 Champions League final.

In 2014, Lewandowski controversially signed with Bayern Munich, where he excelled, scoring 30 goals in 32 league games in the 2016/2017 season under Pep Guardiola. He also represented Poland at Euro 2016, scoring one goal in the tournament.

Highlighted Team: Sevilla

Sevilla Fútbol Club, based in Andalucia, plays in the Spanish Primera Division and hosts games at Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán, which holds 45,500 fans. Their main rival is Real Betis. Sevilla Atlético, their second team, competes in Segunda Division B. Nicknamed Los Nervionenses and Los Rojiblancos, Sevilla won the Spanish title in 1946 and the Copa del Rey four times. They are highly successful in European competitions, winning the Europa League four times, the most by any club. Notable players include Davor Suker, Iván Zamorano, Dani Alves, Sergio Ramos, Ivan Rakitić, and Diego Maradona.

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