Sevilla are unbeaten in eight meetings with Levante, winning seven of them, their only draw coming at Camilo Cano in June 2020. This sequence includes a thrilling 5-3 Sevilla win when the teams met in October.
Both teams to score is 4/5.
Both teams to score and over 2.5 goals is 13/10.
Sevilla to win and both teams to score is 7/2.
Papu Gómez is 8/1 to break the deadlock and 11/4 to score anytime.
After a serious sucker-punch on Sunday night, Sevilla need to respond quickly if they're to secure Champions League football.
At the weekend, los Nervionenses took on run-away league-leaders Real Madrid, and it looked like being a night to remember.
Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán was bouncing as the hosts raced into a 2-0 lead thanks to quick-fire goals from Ivan Rakitić and then Érik Lamela.
However, Real halved the deficit just after the interval, equalised eight minutes from time and won it in stoppage time.
Despite this defeat, and the fact they've only won three of their last 12, Julen Lopetegui's side are still third in the table.
However, they're only above Atlético Madrid on head-to-head with Real Betis and Real Sociedad both in lukewarm pursuit.
Will Sevilla claim their first away win since 3 January?
Levante meanwhile are looking to pull off a great escape, having not won any of their first 19 matches this season, breaking the La Liga record in the process.
Despite this, on Saturday, the Frogs were bouncing, hammering Granada 4-1 at Nuevo Estadio de Los Cármenes.
Dani Gómez, José Luis Morales, Mickaël Malsa and Roberto Soldado all on target in Levante's biggest league win since May 2019.
So, Alessio Lisci's side have climbed off the bottom of the table having won four of their last nine fixtures.
Levante are now just four points adrift of Granada and safety, but need to win again to crank up the pressure on those above them.
Who will claim three vital points at Estadi Ciutat de València?
Levante team news
Shkodran Mustafi will be hoping for his first start since December after a serious knee injury; he played 14 minutes against Villarreal recently.
At the other end of the pitch, after both scored against Granada, José Luis Morales and Dani Gómez could continue to lead the line.
Sevilla team news
Julen Lopetegui's squad is almost back to full strength now after injuries really derailed their hopes of winning three competitions.
Fit again Diego Carlos will continue next to Jules Koundé at the back.
Papu Gómez will continue as the number ten with Lucas Ocampos coming in for either Érik Lamela or Tecatito Corona out-wide.
Anthony Martial has only scored once since arriving from Manchester United and hobbled off in the first half of Sunday's match.
So, Rafa Mir could come in with Youssef En-Nesyri, who hasn't scored since September, the alternative.
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