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Valladolid vs Sevilla: Hard match for both teams

Valladolid vs Sevilla: Hard match for both teams

Valladolid vs Sevilla: Match preview

Sevilla has been playing very well this season and after a few years of breaks they could re-qualify for the Champions League. They are currently in the title competition as well, but it is hard to expect them to remain constant throughout the season. Visit to Valladolid, with a team that has not yet lost at home, should be the right exam for this team.

Valladolid team news:

Real Valladolid registered their fourth defeat before the international break after Alaves secured a 3-0 victory at Mendizorrotz Stadium. The hosts, however, have played far better at home this season and are currently undefeated in their last five games in front of a home crowd. This actually means they are undefeated on home soil this season.

Their last home game was against Mallorca and they took a 3-0 victory, which is their biggest win of the season.

Probable lineup: Masip, Moyano, Luismi, Karim, Martinez, Plano, Alcarez, Michel, Suarez, Guardiola, Unal.

Sevilla team news:

Sevilla, on the other hand, is currently in the fight for first place. Julien Lopetegui’s team has not lost any of its last five LaLiga matches and they have won as many as eleven points out of a possible fifteen.

Sevilla have not lost in any of their last three appearances in Valladolid. They are also currently the second best visiting team in the league, just behind Sociedad. So it looks increasingly likely that the series of Valladolid without a home defeat will be cut short this week.

What has greatly boosted confidence in Seville is the latest result before the national break. That was the victory in the city derby against Betis (2-1). And in that match, the great Argentinean Ocampos has been hit by doing great things in the Seville game this season.

Probable lineup: Vaclik, Jesus Navas, Carrico, Diego Carlos, Reguilon, Banega, Fernando, Jordan, Ocampos, De Jong, Nolito.

Match prediction:

Sevilla has failed to maintain their net in any of the last five away appearances in all competitions. This could be a problem in the continuation of the season. Meanwhile, Vallodolid has scored at least one hit in four of its last five home games. In the last five matches at this stadium, only one match was completed without both teams scoring.

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