Sevilla vs Roma live streaming and betting tips: Watch UEFA Europa League online

Sevilla FC
AS Roma
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Mancini, Gianluca
Ocampos, Lucas
Vazquez, Franco
En-Nesyri, Youssef
De Jong, Luuk
Jordan, Joan
Pellegrini, Lorenzo
Kolarov, Aleksandar
Villar, Gonzalo
El Haddadi, Munir
Carlos, Diego
Diawara, Amadou
Perez, Carles
Zaniolo, Nicolo
Pellegrini, Lorenzo
Kolarov, Aleksandar
En-Nesyri, Youssef
Reguilon, Sergio
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Sevilla vs Roma live streaming: Match details

Match: Sevilla vs Roma

Live streaming: United States: FuboTV. Rest of the world: Bag a VPN!

Competition: UEFA Europa League round of 16

Date: August 6, 2020

Kick-off time: 5:55 pm, August 6, 2020 (UK time)

Stadium: MSV-Arena

Sevilla vs Roma: Score prediction & betting tips

Sevilla have won the UEFA Cup/ Europa League five times, the most of any club.

Lucas Ocampos is their top scorer this season with 16.

Edin Džeko is Roma’s main marksman with 20.

101 Great Goals predicts: Sevilla 2-1 Roma


Sevilla vs Roma: What are the odds?

Sevilla vs Roma: Head to head

Sevilla FC vs AS Roma form
Cadiz CF vs Sevilla FC - 1:3
Bayern Munich vs Sevilla FC - 2:1
Sevilla FC vs Athletic Bilbao - 2:1
Sevilla FC vs Levante UD - 3:2
Sevilla FC vs Inter Milano - 3:2
Latest match form, last 5 games:
AS Roma vs Juventus Turin - 2:2
Hellas Verona vs AS Roma - 3:0
Cagliari Calcio vs AS Roma - 2:2
Frosinone Calcio vs AS Roma - 1:4
Sevilla FC vs AS Roma - 2:0
Last 5 games for Sevilla FC
September 27, 2020LaLiga 20/21Cadiz CF1 - 3Sevilla FC
September 24, 2020UEFA Super Cup 2020Bayern Munich2 - 1Sevilla FC
September 20, 2020LaLiga 20/21Sevilla FC0 - 0Elche CF
September 18, 2020Club Friendly Games 2020Sevilla FC2 - 1Athletic Bilbao
September 15, 2020Club Friendly Games 2020Sevilla FC3 - 2Levante UD
Last 5 games for AS Roma
September 27, 2020Serie A 20/21AS Roma2 - 2Juventus Turin
September 19, 2020Serie A 20/21Hellas Verona3 - 0AS Roma
September 12, 2020Club Friendly Games 2020Cagliari Calcio2 - 2AS Roma
September 9, 2020Club Friendly Games 2020Frosinone Calcio1 - 4AS Roma
August 6, 2020UEFA Europa League 19/20Sevilla FC2 - 0AS Roma
Sevilla FC vs AS Roma UEFA Europa League 19/20 form
Sevilla FCAS Roma
Sevilla FC vs AS Roma statistics for most recent head to head matches
Sevilla FCAS Roma
2Home Matches1
1Away Matches2
8Total Goals7
2.67Average Goals Scored2.33
Last 5 games & match results between Sevilla FC and AS Roma
August 6, 2020UEFA Europa League 19/20Sevilla FC2 - 0AS Roma
August 10, 2017Club Friendly Games 2017Sevilla FC2 - 1AS Roma
August 14, 2015Club Friendly Games 2015AS Roma6 - 4Sevilla FC

Sevilla vs Roma: Match preview

LIEGE, BELGIUM – NOVEMBER 29: Éver Banega of Sevilla takes a free kick during the UEFA Europa League Group J match between Royal Standard de Liege and Sevilla at Stade Maurice Dufrasne on November 29, 2018 in Liege, Belgium. (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)

No club loves the UEFA Europa League quite like Sevilla.

Los Nervionenses have won this competition a record five times, lifting the trophy in 2006, 2007, 2014, 2015 and 2016.

This is remarkable given that, in their entire 130-year history, they’ve won only six trophies domestically, with only three of those coming since 1948.

This season, Julen Lopetegui’s side have already qualified for next season’s Champions League group stages, finishing fourth in La Liga.

They surged to that position, amassing 23 points from the 11 games since lockdown.

In fact, Los Palanganas have not lost any of their last 17 matches in all competitions dating back to early February.

However, they almost did not make it through to this round in Europe.

Sevilla cruised through the group stages, topping a poor group above APOEL, Qarabağ and Dudelange.

However, in the round of 32, they found CFR Cluj a tough nut to crack.

In the first leg, Youssef En-Nesyri scored an eventually decisive goal in the first leg 1-1 draw at Stadionul Dr. Constantin Rădulescu.

In the return meeting at Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán, Cluj thought they’d won it in stoppage time before VAR saved Sevilla, sending them through on away goals with a goalless draw.

However, Sevilla are much improved since then and will fancy their chances, not only of winning this tie but going all the way to the final at RheinEnergieStadion.

Will the Spanish side book their place in the quarter-finals?

Will Roma knock out the record winners?

CAGLIARI, ITALY – MARCH 01: Roma players celebrate at the end of the match during the Serie A match between Cagliari Calcio and AS Roma at Sardegna Arena on March 1, 2020 in Cagliari, Italy. (Photo by Enrico Locci/Getty Images)

Roma meanwhile are looking to win their first European trophy since lifting the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup in 1961.

Their last trophy of any kind was actually was the Coppa Italia 12 years ago.

Despite this lack of success, Roma will believe they can go through as this is a very evenly matched tie.

I Giallorossi finished in fifth place in Serie A despite taking 22 points from the last 24 available.

This included a come from behind 3-1 victory at Allianz Stadium against nine-in-a-row champions Juventus on Saturday night.

Nikola Kalinić equalising before a pair of Diego Perotti goals saw them to a win in Turin.

This means Paulo Fonseca’s side have qualified for next season’s Europa League group stages but would get into the Champions League if they can win this competition.

So far in this year’s Europa League, they’ve finished second in Group J, behind İstanbul Başakşehir but above Borussia Mönchengladbach and Wolfsberg.

Then, they just about beat Gent in the round of 32; a 1-0 win in Italy was followed by a 1-1 draw in Belgium.

That set up this round of 16 tie at MSV-Arena in Duisburg.

This is a single-elimination tie; no second legs so therefore no second chances.

The winners of this match will meet either Olympiacos or Wolverhampton Wanderers in the quarter-finals on 11 August.

Will Roma knock out the record winners?

Sevilla team news vs Roma

SEVILLE, SPAIN – JULY 19: (BILD ZEITUNG OUT) Diego Carlos of Sevilla FC looks on during the Liga match between Sevilla FC and Valencia CF at Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan on July 19, 2020 in Seville, Spain. (Photo by Javier Montano/DeFodi Images via Getty Images)

Julen Lopetegui’s side have not played since 19 July; a well earned rest after a gruelling six weeks of action.

This does mean he can name his strongest available XI for this very tough encounter.

Goalkeeper Tomáš Vaclík suffered a horrific knee injury against Eibar on 6 July so is still out.

Back-up Bono will continue to deputise.

In defence, Jules Koundé and Diego Carlos are the usual centre-backs.

At full-back, captain Jesús Navas will start at right back and, on the other side, Sergio Reguilón could continue ahead of Sergio Escudero.

In midfield, Éver Banega has played 234 matches and won two Europa Leagues with Sevilla.

However, if they were to lose this one, it’ll be his last appearance for the club as he’s joining Saudi side Al-Shabab after they are eliminated.

Despite his imminent departure, Banega is likely to start alongside Joan Jordán and Nemanja Gudelj.

Fernando, Óliver Torres and Franco Vázquez would be on the bench.

In attack, Lucas Ocampos and Munir are their best wingers but Rony Lopes and Suso are very capable back-ups.

Through the middle, Luuk de Jong will start again despite the fact he’s only scored seven goals in 40 appearances this season.

Youssef En-Nesyri, despite netting the goal that got them to this round, will be on the bench once more.

Roma team news vs Sevilla

GENT, BELGIUM – FEBRUARY 27: Henrikh Mkhitaryan of AS Roma in action during the UEFA Europa League round of 32 second leg match between KAA Gent and AS Roma at Ghelamco Arena on February 27, 2020 in Gent, Belgium. (Photo by Vincent Van Doornick/Isosport/MB Media/Getty Images)

Paulo Fonseca does not share the luxury of his opposite number as Roma last played as recently as Saturday.

He did rotate a bit for that win at Juventus and all of his big guns will return here.

First choice goalkeeper Pau López could return in place of Antonio Mirante or Daniel Fuzato after a broken wrist.

At the back, Chris Smalling’s loan from Manchester United expires after this game but he could start.

Federico Fazio and Aleksandar Kolarov could make up the back three.

Juan Jesus, Roger Ibañez and Gianluca Mancini are the other options.

Leonardo Spinazzola and Bruno Peres are the usual wing-backs; Davide Zappacosta is the alternative.

Jordan Veretout and Amadou Diawara are the first-choice sitting duo despite the fact Bryan Cristante and Gonzalo Villar started on Saturday.

Nicolò Zaniolo could start further forward with Henrikh Mkhitaryan the other likely to start.

Lorenzo Pellegrini, Cengiz Ünder, Carles Pérez, Justin Kluivert and Diego Perotti are other good options.

In attack, Edin Džeko will return having scored 20 goals this season.

Nikola Kalinić is his backup.

Sevilla predicted line up vs Roma

Sevilla predicted line up vs Roma

Sevilla predicted line up vs Roma.

Roma predicted line up vs Sevilla

Roma predicted line up vs Sevilla

Roma predicted line up vs Sevilla.

Sevilla vs Roma live streaming: How to watch on FuboTV

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Highlights of Cluj 1-1 Sevilla

Highlights of Sevilla 0-0 Cluj

Highlights of Roma 1-0 Gent

Highlights of Gent 1-1 Roma

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Sevilla vs Roma live streaming and betting tips: Watch UEFA Europa League online FAQs

What time does Sevilla vs Roma kick off?
17:55 (UK time), Thursday 6 August, 2020.
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Sevilla 2-1 Roma.
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