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SPA D1Sevilla VS Osasuna, an interesting meeting

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Posted Sun, 01 Mar 2020 10:11:09 GMT        

Match Time: 3/1/2020 19:00 Sunday (GMT+8)

Spanish La Liga -- Sevilla VS Osasuna

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Seville: Continuously performing in a variable way ( Recent Form: L D D W D )

With a provisional fourth place and a place in the eighth finals of the Europa League, Sevilla is doing well, but the Andalusians have not been able to convince me this season. Particularly due to the lack of scoring ability, the team still performs very mixedly. Last Thursday evening it was again not very good, when Sevilla in the return in the sixteenth finals of the Europa League against the Romanian CFR Cluj did not go beyond a scoreless draw. Thanks to the 1-1 draw a week earlier in Romania, the Spaniards still qualified for the next round on the basis of away goals, but part of the supporters in Sanchez Pizjuan were already calling for the resignation of trainer Julen Lopetegui. Lopetegui feels the pressure increasing, and is not exactly firmly in the saddle with just one win in the last seven official games. The European matches ensure a busy playing calendar, plus in two weeks the always loaded city derby against Real Betis is imminent. From the suspected base eleven for Sunday afternoon, the defensive midfielders Nemanja Gudelj and Fernando are both on edge. The latter had already taken action four times in the last two weeks, so he probably wouldn't mind being hurled at the ticket to be able to play Betis with a clean slate and top fit. On the other hand, Seville will visit Atletico Madrid next week in the Wanda Metropolitano, one of the most beautiful away games of the season. By the way, Oliver Torres and Franco Vazquez are also on the alert, but this season they are rarely assured of a basic place in LaLiga.


Osasuna: Arrasate wants to wake up his team again ( Recent Form: L L L W L )

With 31 points from 25 rounds and a provisional twelfth place in LaLiga, Osasuna is working on a great season. However, last week the Basques experienced a total off day with a 0-3 home defeat against Granada. Trainer Jagoba Arrasate was devilish at the end: 'We were troubled on all fronts by a much stronger Granada. This was our worst home game of the past two years. " Midfielder Ruben Garcia, however, was a bit milder: 'It wasn't good, but we shouldn't suddenly panic. Just like we didn't walk in the polonaise when we had won from Athletic Bilbao a week earlier. " The fact is, however, that the bright spots at Osasuna seem to become increasingly scarce. The club from Pamplona was recently eliminated in the Copa del Rey, and with a nine-point lead over the relegation zone, it is unlikely to get into trouble. Because of this, perhaps a piece of laziness creeps into the team unconsciously, the sheer necessity to perform falls away. The coming weeks will show whether Arrasate manages to wake up his team again.



After all, although the history of confrontation with Sevilla was won, their victories against Osasuna were no more than a goal difference, moreover Sevilla had to dominate his forces for the whole Europa League front, so it will more or less affect the team. affect the physical side of the home team Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan.


Sevilla  VS  Osasuna

Handicap Pick: Osasuna 1.25


Sevilla VS Osasuna, an interesting meeting

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