Sevilla 2-1-3, Osasuna 3-1-3
11/7/20 12:30 pm
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Sevilla is welcoming Osasuna to Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan in round 9 in the Spanish LaLiga.
Sevilla has been struggling in LaLiga recently, and they haven’t won any of their last 4 LaLiga games. In the Champions League Sevilla is doing well, and they have 2 wins and a draw. Sevilla’s latest win in the Champions League came against Krasnodar at home, and it’s even more impressive because Sevilla conceded a red card in that match. The final score of that game was 3-2 in favor of Sevilla. As far as LaLiga goes, Sevilla is in 16th place with 7 points, only 6 scored goals, and 6 conceded goals. In their last LaLiga game, Sevilla was playing against Athletic Bilbao on the road, and they have had 54% of ball possession, 3 shots on goal, 1 corner kick, and 82% of the correct passes. Sevilla has started this game well, with a goal in the 9th minute. Despite playing better soccer, Sevilla conceded 2 goals close to the end of the game, and they have lost this game 2-1. De Jong and En-Nesyri have each scored 2 goals for Sevilla so far this season, while Rakitic and El Haddadi added 1 goal. Jesus Navas has added 2 assists. Idrissi is the only injured player for Sevilla, while Gomez and Suso are still questionable. Another win in the Champions League will certainly be a huge confidence boost for Sevilla, and they will need it to get back on the winning track in LaLiga.
Osasuna is having a decent season in LaLiga so far, and they are in 9th place in the standings with 10 points, 7 scored goals, and 7 conceded goals. In their last 3 LaLiga games, Osasuna has scored 2 goals while conceding 3 goals. Garcia is the leading goalscorer for Osasuna with 2 goals, while Budimir, Calleri, Roncaglia, Torres, and Lopez have each added 1 goal for Osasuna so far. Torro, Roncaglia, Barja, Garcia, Oier, and Lopez have each added 1 assist. The injury list is quite long in Osasuna, and Avila, Brasanac, Thomas, Calleri, Aridane, and Perez are all on the list. Osasuna was playing against Atletico Madrid at home in their last LaLiga game, and they have had 44% of ball possession in that match, 3 shots on goal, 3 corner kicks, 2 big chances created, and 72% of the correct passes. Osasuna has had a few good moments in this game, but they still ended up losing this match 1-3. Osasuna is a solid team, and I think they will have a good season, but they do have some injury problems at the moment, and that is visible in the attacking end for Osasuna.
When playing at home, Sevilla has not lost to Osasuna in their last 11 games. Sevilla is good offensively, but they do have some problems with consistency defensively, but I still think Sevilla is the better team here, and I see them finally getting a win in LaLiga.