Both these teams played against the sacred monsters of Spanish football last round.
Celta played away at Barcelona in a game considered lost even before entering the field (Barca won 3-0). Barcelona didn’t even had to push that hard, especially with their Champions League game against Atletico Madrid coming up next week.
Celta are in a clear downtrend for about a month already, time in which they created only a few chances per game and lacked confidence in the defensive phase.
At the moment there are still no signs of improvement so most probably the bad moment will last for another few rounds.
Celta will welcome back Danish midfielder Krohn-Dehli after he was suspended last round.
Sevilla confirmed the good form and defeated Real Madrid (2-1) after a pragmatic game on home ground. They defended lucidly for the entire 90 minutes and upfront speculated every single mistake opponents made. Especially Colombian striker Bacca is in great form after netting again last round, twice. His confidence skyrocketed after managing to score in the last 3 games.
Celta’s bad moment will make them easy prey in-front of Sevilla who have an increased morale and are willing to step over dead bodies in their pursuit of a European position. Sevilla to win at 7/5 from
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