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Real Madrid vs Sevilla betting tips: La Liga preview, predictions and odds

Real Madrid vs Sevilla betting tips: La Liga preview, predictions and odds
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Hazard, Eden
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Ocampos, Lucas
De Jong, Luuk
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Rakitic, Ivan
Torres, Oliver
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Jordan, Joan
Gudelj, Nemanja
Junior, Vinicius
Hazard, Eden
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Asensio, Marco
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Marcelo
Gutierrez, Miguel
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Modric, Luka
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En-Nesyri, Youssef
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Real Madrid vs Sevilla betting tips

This article covers Real Madrid vs Sevilla betting tips and predictions, and these are the betting odds.

o – Real Madrid 17/20

o – Draw 11/4

o – Sevilla 3/1

Note: All odds mentioned in this article are correct at the time of publishing and are subject to change.

Real Madrid vs Sevilla: Match details

Match: Real Madrid vs Sevilla

Competition: La Liga

Date: Sunday 9 May 2021

Kick-off time: 8:00 pm (UK time)

Stadium: Estadio Alfredo Di Stéfano

Betting prediction: Real Madrid 1-1 Sevilla

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Real Madrid vs Sevilla betting tips: La Liga preview, predictions and odds

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Real Madrid vs Sevilla: Recommended bets

Both teams to score is 8/13.

Real Madrid to win and over 2.5 goals is 2/1.

Karim Benzema is 13/5 to open the scoring and 5/6 to add to his 28 goals so far this season.

Youssef En-Nesyri is 7/2 to score first and 13/10 to score anytime.

Real Madrid vs Sevilla: What are the betting odds?

Real Madrid vs Sevilla – recent form and head to head statistics

Real Madrid vs Sevilla FC form
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Glasgow Rangers vs Real Madrid - 2:1
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Real Madrid vs Villarreal CF - 2:1
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Athletic Bilbao vs Real Madrid - 0:1
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Granada CF vs Real Madrid - 1:4
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Real Madrid vs Sevilla FC - 2:2
Latest match form, last 5 games:
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AS Roma vs Sevilla FC - 0:0
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Sevilla FC vs Paris Saint-Germain - 2:2
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Sevilla FC vs UD Las Palmas - 1:0
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Sevilla FC vs Coventry City - 4:0
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Sevilla FC vs Deportivo Alaves - 1:0
Last 5 games for Real Madrid
July 25, 2021 Club Friendly Games 2021 Glasgow Rangers 2 - 1 Real Madrid
May 22, 2021 LaLiga 20/21 Real Madrid 2 - 1 Villarreal CF
May 16, 2021 LaLiga 20/21 Athletic Bilbao 0 - 1 Real Madrid
May 13, 2021 LaLiga 20/21 Granada CF 1 - 4 Real Madrid
May 9, 2021 LaLiga 20/21 Real Madrid 2 - 2 Sevilla FC
Last 5 games for Sevilla FC
July 31, 2021 Club Friendly Games 2021 AS Roma 0 - 0 Sevilla FC
July 27, 2021 Club Friendly Games 2021 Sevilla FC 2 - 2 Paris Saint-Germain
July 22, 2021 Club Friendly Games 2021 Sevilla FC 1 - 0 UD Las Palmas
July 17, 2021 Club Friendly Games 2021 Sevilla FC 4 - 0 Coventry City
May 23, 2021 LaLiga 20/21 Sevilla FC 1 - 0 Deportivo Alaves
Real Madrid vs Sevilla FC LaLiga 20/21 form
Real Madrid Sevilla FC
Real Madrid vs Sevilla FC statistics for most recent head to head matches
Real Madrid Sevilla FC
60 Matches 60
31 Home Matches 29
29 Away Matches 31
136 Total Goals 80
2.27 Average Goals Scored 1.33
39 Wins 16
16 Losses 39
5 Draws 5
Last 5 games & match results between Real Madrid and Sevilla FC
May 9, 2021 LaLiga 20/21 Real Madrid 2 - 2 Sevilla FC
December 5, 2020 LaLiga 20/21 Sevilla FC 0 - 1 Real Madrid
January 18, 2020 LaLiga 19/20 Real Madrid 2 - 1 Sevilla FC
September 22, 2019 LaLiga 19/20 Sevilla FC 0 - 1 Real Madrid
January 19, 2019 LaLiga 18/19 Real Madrid 2 - 0 Sevilla FC

Real Madrid vs Sevilla: Match preview

Real Madrid vs Sevilla betting tips: La Liga preview, predictions and odds

MOENCHENGLADBACH, GERMANY – OCTOBER 27: Casemiro of Real Madrid celebrates after he scores his team’s second goal during the UEFA Champions League Group B stage match between Borussia Moenchengladbach and Real Madrid at Borussia-Park on October 27, 2020 in Moenchengladbach, Germany. (Photo by Lars Baron/Getty Images)

This is Real Madrid’s final shot at ending the season with some silverware.

That’s because, on Wednesday night, los Blancos exited the UEFA Champions League at the semi-final stage.

They were comfortably beaten 2-0 at Stamford Bridge in the second leg, putting in one of their meekest performances in the competition for many a year.

Zinedine Zidane’s side won three successive Champions Leagues between 2016 and 2018 but have now won just two of five knockout ties since then.

This season, Real are currently on course to end it empty handed.

Back in January, they were beaten in the Supercopa de España semi-finals by Athletic Club before crashing out of the Copa del Rey in shock circumstances, losing 2-1 to third-tier Alcoyano a week later.

Zidane has won 11 trophies as Real Madrid manager, an average of one every one every 23 matches, but could end this season without any.

This would be a disaster as their last season without silverware was 2009/10 and Manuel Pellegrini was sacked as a result.

In La Liga, los Merengues needed two late goals from Éder Militão and then Casemiro to beat Osasuna 2-0 at Estadio Alfredo Di Stéfano last weekend.

This though actually means they are unbeaten in 14 league matches, winning ten of them.

So, at the start of the weekend, the table looks like this: Atleti have 76 points with Real and Barça both just two points behind.

The reason this weekend is so pivotal is because the other two contenders play each other at Camp Nou on Saturday afternoon (local time).

Thus, by the time this one kicks off in Valdebebas, the situation will be clearer.

Either way, can Real Madrid bounce back from Wednesday’s disappointment and keep their hopes of retaining the title on track?

Cause Sevilla cause an upset?

Real Madrid vs Sevilla betting tips: La Liga preview, predictions and odds

Sevilla’s Brazilian defender Diego Carlos (2ndR) celebrates after Inter Milan’s Belgian forward Romelu Lukaku (R) deflected a shot to score an own goal for Sevilla to lead 3-2 during the UEFA Europa League final football match Sevilla v Inter Milan on August 21, 2020 in Cologne, western Germany. (Photo by Lars Baron / POOL / AFP) (Photo by LARS BARON/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

Sevilla meanwhile will still feel they have an outside chance at the title.

Although, their hopes of doing so suffered a massive setback last weekend.

Having seen the three clubs above them win, Los Nervionenses then lost to Athletic Club 1-0 on Monday night.

Iñaki Williams scoring a 90th minute winner for the Basque club at Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán.

Before this, Julen Lopetegui’s side had won five matches in a row, including beating Atleti 1-0 at the start of the month, taking 22 points from a possible 24 overall.

This saw Sevilla, somewhat out of nowhere, leap back into title contention.

However, they’re now four points behind both Real and Barça and six adrift of Atlético.

Sevilla have only ever won one Primera División title and that was back in 1946, with their last domestic trophy of any kind coming in 2010 when they won the Copa del Rey.

The UEFA Europa League kings crave some Spanish silverware.

If they’re going to have any chance of winning the league, against all the odds, this is surely a must win.

Will they beat Real Madrid in the capital for the first time since 2008?


Real Madrid team news vs Sevilla

Real Madrid vs Sevilla betting tips: La Liga preview, predictions and odds

Real Madrid’s Spanish defender Sergio Ramos celebrates after scoring a penalty during the Spanish League football match between Barcelona and Real Madrid at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona on October 24, 2020. (Photo by LLUIS GENE / AFP) (Photo by LLUIS GENE/AFP via Getty Images)

Zinedine Zidane picked a few players who did not look 100% fit at Chelsea on Wednesday.

However, given that his squad is really stretched and the importance of this fixture, he may have to ask these key individuals to go again.

Without Thibaut Courtois, Chelsea’s win would have been a lot more comprehensive; the Belgian number one has been excellent all throughout this season.

In defence, Zidane picked a back three for both legs against Chelsea which was bizarre as this is something he rarely does otherwise.

So, with Dani Carvajal and Lucas Vázquez injured and Álvaro Odriozola not trusted at all, utility man Nacho is likely to start at right-back.

On the other side, Ferland Mendy will keep his place with Marcelo not defensively reliable, if he ever was, these days.

In the middle, Sergio Ramos returned to to the team in midweek.

Despite the fact he clearly isn’t 100% fit, el Capitán’s return is a major boost, particularly given that Raphaël Varane is now injured.

So, Ramos will once again lineup alongside Éder Militão who’s come out of nowhere to be a key player in recent weeks.

In midfield, as always, it’ll be Casemiro, Luka Modrić and Toni Kroos.

Federico Valverde is available again after missing games due to a positive Covid-19 test but is likely to remain on the bench.

In attack, Eden Hazard started and played 89 minutes against his former club in London but offered very little.

So, Vinícius Júnior could return to his favoured left-wing position with Marco Asensio back in the XI on the right.

As always, Karim Benzema will lead the line.

He’s scored 28 goals this season which is 37% of all the goals they’ve scored in all competitions.

Hazard would therefore be on a bench that’ll also feature Isco, Rodrygo, Mariano Díaz and a group of Real Madrid Castilla players who are there to make up the numbers.

Will the champions claim a huge three points?

Sevilla team news vs Real Madrid

LUCENA, SPAIN - DECEMBER 15: Joan Jordan of Sevilla FC looks on during Copa del Rey First Round match between Ciudad de Lucena and Sevilla FC at Estadio Ciudad de Lucena on December 15, 2020 in Lucena, Spain. (Photo by Mateo Villalba/Quality Sport Images/Getty Images)

LUCENA, SPAIN – DECEMBER 15: Joan Jordan of Sevilla FC looks on during Copa del Rey First Round match between Ciudad de Lucena and Sevilla FC at Estadio Ciudad de Lucena on December 15, 2020 in Lucena, Spain. (Photo by Mateo Villalba/Quality Sport Images/Getty Images)

As for Julen Lopetegui’s side, he’d love to defeat the club that gave him just 14 matches in charge back in 2018.

In goal, Yassine Bounou has been impressive since coming into the team when Tomáš Vaclík suffered a horror injury against Eibar last summer.

The Moroccan, known as Bono, has actually been impressive in both boxes this season, scoring a 94th minute equaliser at Valladolid in March.

In front of him, Lopetegui has not deviated from a 4-3-3 this season.

Diego Carlos and Jules Koundé are always the centre-backs with captain and home town hero Jesús Navas at right-back.

Marcos Acuña is likely to keep his place ahead of Sergio Escudero on the left.

Further forward is where they have a plethora of options.

At the base of midfield, Joan Jordán is likely to return to the side as a more solid presence alongside Fernando.

Further forward, Ivan Rakitić is likely to keep his place with January signing Papu Gómez pushed out wide.

This could see Suso lose his place with Lucas Ocampos retaining his spot in the XI.

Suso would join Franco Vázquez, Óscar Rodríguez, Óliver Torres and Munir El Haddadi on a very talented bench.

Top scorer Youssef En-Nesyri would lead the line having scored 23 goals this season.

This’ll mean Luuk de Jong is also left in reserve.

Can Sevilla propel themselves back into title contention?


Predicted Real Madrid line-up vs Sevilla

Predicted Real Madrid line-up vs Sevilla

Predicted Real Madrid line-up vs Sevilla.

Predicted Sevilla line-up vs Real Madrid

Predicted Sevilla line-up vs Real Madrid

Predicted Sevilla line-up vs Real Madrid.

Highlights of Sevilla 0-1 Real Madrid

Highlights of Real Madrid 2-0 Osasuna

Highlights of Sevilla 2-1 Granada

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This article was edited by Benjamin Newman.

Real Madrid vs Sevilla betting tips: La Liga preview, predictions and odds FAQs

When does Real Madrid vs Sevilla kick off?
20:00 (UK), Sunday 9 May 2021.
What are the Real Madrid vs Sevilla betting odds?
Real Madrid 17/20, Draw 11/4, Sevilla 3/1
What is the 101 Great Goals prediction for Real Madrid vs Sevilla?
Real Madrid 1-1 Sevilla.