Sevilla vs. RCD Mallorca 7/12/20 LaLiga Soccer Pick, Odds, and Prediction
Sevilla 17-12-6, RCD Mallorca 9-5-21
7/12/20 4 pm
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Sevilla is welcoming RCD Mallorca to Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan in round 36 in Spanish LaLiga.
Despite having a bit of drought after the restart, Sevilla is still undefeated in LaLiga after the restart with 4 wins and 4 draws. Thanks to this positive stretch, Sevilla is in 4th place with 63 points, the same amount as Atletico Madrid in third place. With 51 scored goals in 35 games, Sevilla is one of the best offensive teams in LaLiga, while their defense has been even better with only 34 conceded goals. During their last three games, Sevilla has scored 6 goals and conceded only 1 goal, and they have won all three of those games. In their last LaLiga game against Bilbao on the road, Sevilla was great with massive 67% of ball possession, 7 shots on goal, 7 corner kicks, and 83% of the correct passes. After losing 1-0 at the half-time, Sevilla has turned the game around in the second half, and in the end, Sevilla has won this match 1-2. Ocampos is playing great soccer this season and he scored 13 goals, while De Jong added 6 goals. Banega and Navas both have 7 assists each. Corchia is still injured, while Vaclik is still questionable. Sevilla is still in danger of losing the Champions League spot because Villarreal is only 6 points away, and with 9 possible points left to be won, anything is possible, but I have faith in Sevilla because they are playing well and they deserve to be in the Champions League.
Mallorca is giving everything they got in these last few games, and they are on the verge of getting out of the relegation zone. With 32 points, Mallorca is in 18th place in the standings, which is still in the relegation zone, but they are only 3 points away from the safe zone. In their last three games in LaLiga, Mallorca has 2 wins and 1 loss, alongside 7 scored goals and 4 conceded goals. Mallorca has scored 37 goals so far this season, which is an average of just over 1 scored goal per game, but their defense was just bad with 59 conceded goals, the most in LaLiga this season. In their last LaLiga game against Levante a few days ago, Mallorca has had 45% of ball possession, solid 5 shots on goal, 1 corner kick, and 79% of the correct passes. With 1 goal in each half, Mallorca has won this match 2-0 and alongside 3 precious points in their battle to get out of the relegation zone. It seems that Mallorca is finding their groove as the season is nearing an end, but it just might be too late for that, but still, I’m sure Mallorca won’t give up as long as they have a chance at getting out of the relegation zone.
Sevilla hasn’t lost any of their last 11 home games, and they are the better team here, but there is only one clear choice for me in this game, and those are goals.