Sevilla 3-1-3, Celta Vigo 1-4-4
11/21/20 12:30 pm
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Sevilla is hosting Celta Vigo at Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan in round 10 in the Spanish LaLiga.
Sevilla has won only 1 of their last 5 games in LaLiga, but they have been good in the Champions League. Sevilla is in 2nd place in their Champions League game with 7 points, same as Chelsea at the top. With 10 points, 7 scored goals, and 6 conceded goals, Sevilla is in 12th place in the LaLiga standings. In their latest LaLiga game, Sevilla was hosting Osasuna, and they have had 66% of ball possession in that match, 1 shot on goal, 3 corner kicks, 1 big chance created, and a solid 85% of the correct passes. Sevilla was struggling with creating and finishing their chances, but it took a penalty kick for Sevilla to score a goal. Sevilla has won this match 1-0. De Jong and En-Nesyri have each scored 2 goals for Sevilla so far this season while El Haddadi, Rakitic, and Ocampos added 1 goal each. Jesus Navas has 2 assists. Suso and Idrissi are injured, while Reges is in danger of being suspended. Sevilla is a good team, and hopefully, this international break has allowed them to regroup and to start playing better soccer in LaLiga.
Celta is in terrible, terrible form, and because of the Celta has fired their coach after their latest game. Celta’s new head coach is Eduardo Coudet and has a major task in front of him. Celta has only 1 win so far this season, alongside 4 draws and 4 losses. Celta has 7 points, 6 scored goals, and 15 conceded goals, and they are in 17th place, just outside the relegation zone. In their latest LaLiga game, Celta was playing against Elche on the road, and they have had 49% of ball possession in that game, 6 shots on goal, 3 corner kicks, 5 big chances created, and 84% of the correct passes. This wasn’t a bad game for Celta, but it ended in a 1-1 draw. Aspas has scored 4 goals and added 1 assist for Celta so far this season, while Mina has 1 goal and 1 assist. Celta has some fantastic players, and I was really hoping they wouldn’t have to spend another season around the relegation zone, but there is still a lot of time left for Celta. With the new head coach, Celta’s players will need to adapt to the new ideas and game style, and hopefully, they will do it fast.
The trends are on Celta’s side in this matchup, but Celta hasn’t won any of their last 7 games, while Sevilla has 3 wins at home in a row. It’s always tricky to bet just after the international break, but there is simply no way I’m siding with this Celta team. Sevilla is the better team here, and I will side with them.