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Sevilla vs Villarreal Predictions

Published on 5:30pm GMT 3 December 2023

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  • Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan
Sevilla
Villarreal
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Draw

Reason for tip

Sevilla have drawn five of their last six La Liga matches and remain in unconvincing form after seeing a two-goal lead overhauled by PSV in midweek. Villarreal have drawn two of their last four away games in the league and can make a point at the Sanchez-Pizjuan.

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Draw 1-1

Reason for tip

Two of the last three meetings between these clubs have finished 1-1. A similar result could ensue with Sevilla having drawn three of their last five La Liga games by the same scoreline.

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Sevilla vs Villarreal Predictions

  • Sevilla have drawn five of their last six La Liga matches
  • Villarreal have drawn two of their last four away games in the league
  • Two of the last three meetings between these clubs have finished 1-1

Sevilla striving to end sorry sequence

A sorry sequence of results means Sevilla coach Diego Alonso is under serious pressure ahead of his side’s clash with resurgent Villarreal on Sunday.

Rojiblancos’ last win came against fifth-tier Quintanar in the cup six games ago with Sevilla fans having now endured 11 League and Champions League matches without the taste of victory.

They threw away a two-goal lead at home to PSV Eindhoven on Wednesday and saw another two players sent off.

Sergio Ramos and Jesus Navas were also red-carded in last Sunday’s 2-1 defeat at Real Sociedad and will consequently serve suspensions for the visit of the Yellow Submarine.

Yellow Submarines ascending under Marcelino 

Discipline has also been an issue for Villarreal, who are one naughty step higher than Sevilla in the La Liga red and yellow card rankings, but matters have significantly improved since Marcelino Garcia Toral took charge in mid-November.

His side have won back-to-back games with three goals each time and a combined total of only two yellow cards collected.

Villarreal, who will be without six-goal striker Alexander Sorloth again, are competitive enough to return north with a point.

However, that might not be enough to save Alonso, whose side have drawn five of their last six league fixtures.

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