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Real Madrid vs Sevilla Predictions, 09 Dec 2017

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Real Madrid vs Sevilla Predictions, 09 Dec 2017
Real Madrid v Sevilla Predictions for Saturday's 3.15pm kick-off La Liga fixture set to see Real Madrid host a Sevilla side at Santiago Bernabéu. At this stage of proceedings in La Liga, the sides go into their mutual fixture as table neighbours and level on points. Winners from this match will solidify in fourth, which includes a Champions League spot, whilst the losing team will remain fifth in this campaign as yet. A draw would see nothing change in terms of league positions.
Match status: 2017-18 La Liga - Matchweek 15
Kick-off: Saturday 09 Dec 2017, 03:15pm GMT
Venue: "Santiago Bernabéu" in Madrid, Spain

Real Madrid v Sevilla Team News

Los Blancos continued to collect tie results as they drew 0-0 away to Athletic Bilbao at the last weekends to make it three draws from their last five domestic clashes. A few days earlier Real Madrid completed a fairly acceptable task in which they progressed to the knock-out phase of the ongoing CL campaign but they have been overtaken by Tottenham in Group H to finish second.

It was a good campaign for Meringues, though, winning four of six with 13 points to the tally. And despite performing well on the European stage, Zinedine Zidane's men have been struggling in La Liga with them sitting in fourth only thanks to a better goal difference to Sevilla in fifth. They have fallen behind by eight points now from leaders Barcelona, which is all but unacceptable for such giants like the Madrid club.

Considering the clubs' h2h record, it's fair to say that Los Blancos have been the dominant side when playing Sevilla at the Bernabéu, as in their last eight home encounters Real Madrid have won all those visits of Los Rojiblancos with a combined score of 28-8. Moreover, the club from Sevilla appear to be Cristiano Ronaldo's favourable opponents as he has netted a remarkable 25 goals across all 17 games against the Andalusia side.

Along with Los Blancos, Sevilla themselves finished their group being in second with 9 points overall across the six Champions League group games, only three adrift of the top-placed Liverpool.

Four wins in the last five league round have brought Los Nervionenses a decent 12 points that help manager Eduardo Berizzo stay in safety of dismissal. His players began to show desirable football but the main concern for Sevilla is injuries to their first-choice centre-backs Nicolás Pareja and Daniel Carriço, who both have been ruled out of the Madrid trip.

Teams' Possible Starting Lineups:

Real Madrid: Navas - Marcelo, Nacho, Vallejo, Hakimi - Kovacic, Kroos, Modric - Isco - Ronaldo, Benzema (4-3-1-2 formation)

Sevilla: Rico - Escudero, Kjaer, Lenglet, Mercado - Vázquez, Pizarro, Banega - Nolito, Yedder, Sarabia (4-3-3 formation)

Missing Players of Real Madrid and Sevilla:

Real Madrid: Luca Zidane, Raphael Varane, Daniel Carvajal, Sergio Ramos, Casemiro, Jesús Vallejo, Gareth Bale.

Sevilla: Daniel Carriço, Nico Pareja.

Head-to-Head LaLiga Record: Real Madrid v Sevilla

2016-17 Spanish La Liga
Real Madrid 4-1 Sevilla

2016-17 Spanish La Liga
Sevilla 2-1 Real Madrid

2015-16 Spanish La Liga
Real Madrid 4-0 Sevilla

2015-16 Spanish La Liga
Sevilla 3-2 Real Madrid

Conclusion and Match Preview:

This is surely a six points clash that will allow the winning team to reinforce their Champions League aspirations for next year's group stages, to pull closer to runaway leaders Barca and keep their pursuing teams at a farther distance away. Certainly, this is pretty hard to call an even game given the home soil advantage and recent face-to-face record at Bernabéu. So we're backing Real Madrid to edge this one with a -1.5 Asian handicap win bet.
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Main Match Predictions:
Full Time Outcome:Real Madrid -1.5 Asian Handicap Win @ 1.83 (5/6)
Possible Score:3-1 Home Win @ 9.50 (17/2)
Konstantin Sboiev
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