Sevilla vs Standard Liege live streaming
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Match: Sevilla vs Standard Liege
Competition: Europa League
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Sevilla vs Standard Liege live streaming: Match preview
Sevilla are the competitions most successful side.
Their 5 wins means they have won this competition more than anybody else and they’ll be targeting a sixth come what May.
They’ve already had to work hard to just get to this point.
They’ve travelled to Hungary, Lithuania and the Czech Republic in qualifiers but all were successful trips and they’re into the group stages.
As for Standard Liège, they are far from regulars in Europe and are just glad to back.
They finished runners up in the Belgian First Division A and won the Belgian Cup so will be looking to carry that success into Europe.
Sevilla have only ever lost 5 European games at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán and it would be a major surprise if Standard Liège made that 6.