Sevilla vs. Real Madrid La Liga Betting Tips and Preview

Sevilla vs. Real Madrid, LaLiga

The Sunday night action in La Liga sees title contenders Real Madrid travel to league leaders, who remain unbeaten this season. The capital giants are favourites for this clash but have a rotten recent record at this stadium.

Where and when: Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán, Sevilla– 22 September, kick-off 20:00

Where you can see Sevilla vs. Real Madrid: William Hill, Premier Sports

Last time: Real Madrid won 2-0 at the Santiago Bernabeu in their most recent meeting back in January but have lost each of their last three trips to Sevilla.

Our Eurotips Odds Free bets Bookie
Sevilla to win 9/5 Offer Williamhill
Over 3.5 goals 11/8 Offer Betvictor
Half time/full time Sevilla/Sevilla 10/3 Offer 888sport

Sevilla vs. Real Madrid Predictions and Preview

Sevilla are the early La Liga leaders after winning three and drawing one of their opening four league games, leapfrogging Atletico Madrid last weekend.

However, this is their first huge test of the campaign with Madrid also unbeaten and lying just two points further back with two wins and two draws from the opening weeks.

Los Blancos recognise this is a huge test for them and indeed they have lost their last three trips to the stadium, and it comes just four days after their trip to Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League.

Due to their stature, the visitors are favourites for this encounter at odds of 13/10 with a Sevilla victory priced at 9/5 and the draw available at 14/5.

This fixture tends to produce lots of goals with 94 in the most recent 21 meetings, so over 3.5 goals at 11/8 appears to be a solid bet with over 4.5 at 3/1.

A ‘double chance’ on Sevilla to come away with either a draw or a win is available at 6/10 while a Madrid win/draw outcome is at 4/9.

If you fancy the home side to be leading at both half-time and at the final whistle, such odds are available at 10/3 while Madrid to score in both halves is 7/4.

One to watch for Sevilla: Midfielder Joan Jordan is the set piece specialist at Sevilla and has already netted twice in his first four appearances for the club.

One to watch for Real Madrid: Karim Benzema netted a highly credible 30 goals last campaign for Madrid and already has four from four this time out.

Long shot: Sevilla have conceded just one goal so far this campaign. Odds of this game to finish scoreless are at 18/1.

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