Granada vs. Sevilla 10/17/20 LaLiga Soccer Pick, Odds, and Prediction
Granada 2-1-1, Sevilla 2-1-0
10/17/20 7 am
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Granada is hosting Sevilla at Estadio Nuevo Los Carmenes in round 6 in the Spanish LaLiga.
Granada has been playing well in LaLiga so far, and they have qualified for the Europa League this season by beating Malmo in the last round of the qualifications. Granada is in 10th place in LaLiga with 7 points, 6 scored goals, and 8 conceded goals. In their latest LaLiga match, Granada was playing against Cadiz on the road, and they were the better team in that match with 59% of ball possession, 5 shots on goal, 5 corner kicks, 1 big chance created, and 79% of the correct passes. Granada was leading 0-1 at half time, but they conceded a goal in the 48th minute. The final score of this match was 1-1. Soldado, Molina, Milla, Herrera, Machis, and Sanchez have each scored 1 goal for Granada so far this season. Montoro, Machis, and Kenedy each added 1 assist. There are no injuries or suspensions in Granada as of right now, but Lozano is still questionable for this game. Granada has done well last season, and the Europa League is the result of that, but I’m afraid that playing on two fronts could make Granada weaker in LaLiga.
Sevilla is still undefeated in LaLiga, but they have played only 3 games so far. With 7 points, 5 scored goals, and 2 conceded goals, Sevilla is in 6th place in the standings. After losing to Bayern in the UEFA Super Cup, Sevilla has gone on a 2-game winning streak, but they weren’t able to win their latest match. Sevilla was playing against Barcelona on the road in that game, and they have had 46% of ball possession in that match, 1 shot on goal, 5 corner kicks, 1 big chance created, and a solid 87% of the correct passes. Sevilla got ahead early, in the 8th minute, but just 2 minutes after, Sevilla conceded a goal, and the result was 1-1. The result hasn’t changed again, and this match ended in a 1-1 draw. De Jong is the leading goalscorer for Sevilla with 2 goals, while En-Nesyri, Rakitic, and El Haddadi added 1 goal each. Navas has added 2 assists so far this season, while El Haddadi and Jordan added 1 assist each. Pablo Perez is the only injured player for Sevilla as of right now. Sevilla is the last season’s Europa League winner, and they have ended up in 4th place in LaLiga, but I honestly think Sevilla has enough quality to compete for the title this season because Barcelona and Real Madrid are in the rebuild mode. I’m a fan of Sevilla, and I hope they can make this season interesting.
The trends are on Sevilla’s side, but Granada has had some success against Sevilla at home. Sevilla has had plenty of players playing for their national teams in the Nations League over the last 2 weeks, which is why I think this match could end up in a draw.