Barcelona vs Sevilla

FC Barcelona will be looking to make it three straight La Liga wins when they welcome Sevilla to Camp Nou on Sunday night.

The Catalan giants have struggled to show their best form in the early stages of the campaign but are only two points off division leaders Real Madrid, while Sevilla sit sixth on the same points as Barca.

Barcelona vs Sevilla La Liga predictions, betting tips, correct score, and preview here. Blaugrana backed to all-important points on Sunday evening.

Barcelona lineup:
Ter Stegen; Roberto, Pique, Todibo, Semedo; Arthur, Busquets, De Jong; Griezmann, Suarez, Messi

Sevilla lineup:
Vaclik; Navas, Carlos, Kounde, Reguilon; Banega, Fernando, Jordan; Ocampos, De Jong, Nolito

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Barcelona vs Sevilla Match Info

Match date: 6th October 2019
Kick-Off: 8:00 pm
Stadium: Camp Nou, Barcelona

Barcelona vs Sevilla Head to Head Record

Last 3 meetings:

  • 23 Feb 2019 Sevilla 2 – 4 Barcelona
  • 30 Jan 2019 Barcelona 6 – 1 Sevilla
  • 23 Jan 2019 Sevilla 2 – 0 Barcelona

Matches played: 61

  • Barcelona wins: 38
  • Sevilla wins: 12
  • Draws: 11

Head To Head – Barcelona vs Sevilla

Barca lead the overall head-to-head 36 wins to Sevilla’s 12, while the final 13 fixtures have finished level.

As mentioned, Sevilla have not beaten the Catalan giants in the league since October 2015, while they lost both fixtures last season 4-2.

Barca have actually been victorious in the seven league meetings between the two teams at Camp Nou since Sevilla claimed a 0-0 draw in October 2011.

Barcelona vs Sevilla Match Preview

Barcelona beat Inter Milan (2-1) despite falling behind very early in the game, as Luis Suarez bagged a brace in the second half and secured all three points at Camp Nou. They now host Sevilla as the tough schedule continues and will surely have high hopes of extending their three-match winning streak.

Blaugrana beat Villarreal (2-1) and Getafe (0-2) in two very narrow clashes beforehand, putting behind them a shock 2-0 loss at Granada seen beforehand. It feels they’ve regained confidence but Ernesto Valverde could have trouble setting up the defensive line, with Jordi Alba, Clement Lenglet, and Samuel Umtiti all sidelined for the Sunday’s clash.

Sevilla will hope to capitalize and we do feel we’re in for an exciting contest, as the visitors seemingly put behind them a streak of two losses late in September – narrowly beating Real Sociedad (3-2 in La Liga) and APOEL (1-0 in Europa League) in front of the home fans over the past seven days.

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