Sevilla and Atletico Madrid face off in this La Liga clash which will have a big say at both ends of the table.
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Kick-off time: 17:30
Venue: Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium
In what has been a hugely disappointing season, Sevilla sit above the bottom three by just three points following their win at Rayo Vallecano on Monday. The club, who have a great European pedigree, have struggled mightily, and face a tough battle to even stay in the division they have been playing in since 1999. This is a game they must not lose, as they will not want to fall behind the sides above them. However, it will be no easy task, as they face a team who is fighting at the top end of the table.
Atletico are not an immediate threat for the La Liga title, but have their sights set on a top-four finish. Fourth is the place they currently occupy, but they have Athletic Bilbao just three points behind them, following their last-gasp draw at Real Madrid at the weekend. Barcelona in third are also within touching distance, with two points separating the pair.
Typically viewed as a defensive side, especially under Diego Simeone, Atletico have conceded 25 goals this season, a tally bettered by only four teams. But they have been just as good going forward, with the duo of Alvaro Morata and Antoine Griezmann combining for 24 of their 45 goals. They should have no trouble creating chances against a bottom-five defensive team.
Whilst Sevilla struggle at the back, they also have some issues putting the ball in the back of the net. Their top scorer is Youssef En-Nesyri, but he has scored just seven times. Lucas Ocampos is the only other player to net more than twice.
This will be the third meeting between Sevilla and Atletico Madrid this season. The first was a league fixture in which Madrid were 1-0 winners. Marcos Llorente was the scorer just a minute into the second half.
They repeated this scoreline in late January, this time in the Copa Del Rey, booking their place in the semi-finals of the competition. Memphis Depay’s strike proved the difference.
These two results made it four wins in a row for Los Colchoneros, as they did the double over their opponents last season. This includes a thumping 6-1 win in March. Depay and Morata bagged a brace each, with Griezmann and Yannick Carrasco completing the scoring.