PSV Eindhoven and Sevilla face off on Thursday in the second leg of the Europa League at Phillips Stadion.
PSV Eindhoven vs Sevilla Odds
PSV Eindhoven currently sits as the favorite sitting at +110 while Sevilla is the underdog sitting at +235. The total in this game sits at 2.5 gaols with the over paying out at -120.
PSV Eindhoven vs Sevilla Previous Matchup
Last Thursday these two teams faced off and it was Sevilla that was able to secure the 3-0 victory. In the first 44 minutes, there wasn’t a whole lot of action, but it was Youssef En Nesyri that scored in stoppage time in the first half. There was also a goal scored in the 50th and 55th minute. Sevilla finished with 55 percent of the possession and four shots on target. PSV Eindhoven also had four shots on goal.
PSV Eindhoven Betting Preview
On Sunday PSV faced off against Utrecht and they played to a 2-2 draw. They took a 2-1 lead in the 57th minute, but it wasn’t enough as they gave up a goal in the 60th minute. They had 62 percent of the possession and eight shots on target. PSV is expected to make some big changes to the lineup for this game. Johan Bakayoko is one player that is expected to play in this game. Loic Bade is dealing with a biceps injury and he’s also not going to be able to go in this game.
Sevilla Betting Preview
On Sunday Sevilla faced off against Rayo Vallecano and they played to a 1-1 draw. Sevilla had 41 percent of the possession but only two shots on target, and they need the offense to be good again here. Erik Lamela picked up another yellow card in the last game and now he’s suspended for this game. Loic Bade is dealing with a biceps injury and he’s also not going to be able to go in this game. Make sure to also check out Thursday's free play between Manchester United and Barcelona.
Shane’s Free Pick
Sevilla has a comfortable lead on aggregate heading into this game and I wouldn’t expect them to start their best lineup in this game. I do expect PSV is going to fight in this game and they are going to find a way to score a couple of goals. I don’t think it’s going to be enough for PSV to advance, but it’s going to be enough for them to win this game. Back PSV Eindhoven the money line.