Sevilla predictions with latest odds and stats
- Number of Bets: 37
- Winning Bets: 16
- Average Odds: 2.58
- Overall Stake : 269
- Profit: 265.41
- Yield: -1.33 %
The third position Sevilla took last season was the sort of success they haven’t seen since 2009. Coach Julen Lopetegui finally took the club back into Spains’s Top 4, and he has no intention of dropping down again. Moreover, the year was crowned by an incredible Europa League triumph and even a decent effort against Bayern in the Super Cup. Needless to say, Los Nervionenses are riding a wave of successes and will be looking to keep the momentum going.
At odds of 4 with top online sportsbooks, a Top 4 Finish bet seems almost too good to pass up. Though they only won 3rd place last year due to goal difference from Atletico Madrid, not a lot of teams can take the 4th spot this time around. Alternatively, you could go for a Winner without Barcelona and Real Madrid bet if your bookie prices such offers. At odds of 4.50, they’re trailing far behind Atletico, but these odds still seem to offer decent value..
Sevilla Key Players
Lopetegui assembled a versatile squad with few outliers in terms of their importance. However, Lucas Ocampos is one of the most prolific goalscorers in the league – which is high praise considering we’re talking about La Liga here. Moreover, their defensive line turned out to be incredibly important for their quick transitions last season. The most noted ones are definitely internationals Diego Carlos and Jules Koundé.
Similarly to last year, a lot of transfers and updates were made. This does throw off the reliability of La Liga betting predictions, but the overall impression is a positive one. Milan’s right-winger Suso fits the squad's playstyle perfectly, for example. Real Madrid’s Óscar Rodríguez was a more controversial decision, though his arrival will take some of the pressure off the wings.
Derby between Sevilla and city rivals Betis are also known as the great derby has a huge history since the first one was at 1915.
Sevilla is the oldest club in Spain founded in 1890. by british residents.
At the same time it is the most successful club in Andalusia, with the single league title from season 1945/46, five Spanish Cups and in the last decades one of the most successful European clubs with even five UEFA Europa League Trophies.
Sevilla is well known by their youth selections, as well.
They home ground is Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan with capacity of 43,883 seats.