Sevilla vs Real Madrid by Neuro
In the last game before the break, Sevilla was hosted by Rayo Vallecano. Sevilla was better throught the game, more energetic, but irritatingly ineffective after losing two penalties. Rayo was playing with ten men from 68th minute, but Sevilla failed to score at least a goal, and the score stayed at 0-0, leaving them unsatisfied.
Although Sevilla is having a mediocre start to the league, they remain undefeated with one win and two draws, but could be higher from the fifth position they are located now, if they were more effective in scoring.
Sevilla will attempt to correct this tonight against Real Madrid, but this could be a very difficult task. The head to head history says it all, as they count seven consecutive defeats against Real Madrid and two humiliating defeats with a score of 2-6 at home in the last two years.
Keeper Diego López returns from red card punishment and will replace Andrés Palop. The lineup is not expected to change in relation to the match against Rayo Vallecano. Key absences will be defender Federico Fazio, midfielder Diego Perotti and José Antonio Reyes.
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To the other side, Real Madrid did not achieved some good performance in their last match against Granada at home, but imposed their quality, scored three goals (25', 53' Ronaldo, 75' Higuaín) and finally won with the score of 3-0.
This was surprisingly the first win for the team of Jose Mourinho, (after a home 1-1 by Valencia and 1-2 away from Getafe). Real needs to win today in order to recover their position to the league table. There are no noted problems with injuries, while their transfer, Michael Essien, will probably be in the starting lineup, instead of Sami Khedira.
Real has no more the luxury to lose points. Sevilla is appearing too weak in front line and finding lot of difficulties to score, while Real will slowly find their good pace. Real Madrid to win this one.
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