Sevilla 1-0-0, Levante 1-0-1
10/1/20 1 pm
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Sevilla is welcoming Levante to Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan in round 4 in the Spanish LaLiga.
Sevilla was in a fantastic form, dating back to the last season, and after losing against Bayern in the UEFA Super Cup, Sevilla was looking to bounce back in LaLiga. Sevilla was playing against Cadiz in their first LaLiga game of the season, and they were the better team in that match with 76% of ball possession, 5 shots on goal, 5 corner kicks, 4 big chances created, and high 91% of the correct passes. After losing 1-0 at the start of the second half, Sevilla has scored 3 unanswered goals, and they have won this match 1-3. With 3 points, Sevilla is in 11th place in the standings. El Haddadi, Rakitic, and De Jong have each scored 1 goal for Sevilla so far, while Navas, El Haddadi, and Jordan each added 1 assist. Corchia, and Perez are injured, while Fernandez is still questionable. Sevilla is one of the best teams in LaLiga, and I see them in the race for the title alongside Atletico, Barcelona, and Real Madrid. Sevilla will also play in the Champions League this season, and if they can stay consistent, Sevilla will easily go past the group stage.
Levante has had a great preseason, but they lost their first game of the season against Valencia and the friendly game after that. The good news for Levante is that they snapped out of their losing streak this past weekend against Osasuna. Levante was the better team in that match with 59% of ball possession, 5 shots on goal, 7 corner kicks, 5 big chances created, and 72% of the correct passes. The first half result was 1-1, but Levante was a much better team in the second half with 2 scored goals, and they even missed a penalty kick. Levante has won this match 1-3. Morales has scored 2 goals for Levante so far this season, while Marti and Melero added 1 goal each. Marti, Campana, Miramon, and Morales each have 1 assist. Doukoure is the only injured player for Levante, while Rochina and Coke are both still questionable for this game. Levante is an average team in LaLiga, and I don’t think they will have any problems avoiding the relegation zone, but they have a few tough games ahead of them, and I don’t think they can expect a lot of points over the next few weeks. There are some good players in Levante this season, and I think they could have a solid season in the attacking end.
When playing at home, Sevilla has not lost to Levante in their last 7 games, and they have won 5 home games in a row. Sevilla also hasn’t lost any of their last 15 home games. Sevilla is in good form, and they are an excellent team playing great soccer. I’m sticking with Sevilla at home in this one.