Since only managed a goalless draw with Rayo Vallecano on the opening weekend, Barcelona have looked fabulous haven’t they?
First, Xavi’s team impressively beat Real Sociedad 4-1 at Anoeta, thanks to late goals from Ousmane Dembélé and Ansu Fati.
Then, last Sunday, just as he’d done in San Sebastián, Robert Lewandowski bagged a brace, this coming a 4-0 drubbing of Real Valladolid.
Faced with another tough away game, will the Blaugrana make it three wins on the bounce?
Sevilla have finished fourth in La Liga in each of the last three seasons, but look set to be less of a force this time round.
Los Nervionenses are still yet to win this season, following Saturday’s 2-1 defeat against Almería.
Óliver Torres actually gave the visitors the lead at Estadio de los Juegos Mediterráneos, but another lethargic, clueless performance saw Sevilla leave with nothing.
The pressure is mounting on Julen Lopetegui, with his team have accrued just a solitary point from fixtures against Osasuna, Valladolid and Almería.
So, everything points towards a Barça victory at Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán.