Sevilla vs. Real Madrid – betting prediction, odds for the La Liga match (17.04.2022, 21:00 CET)

The top match Sevilla vs. Real Madrid will take place on Sunday at 21:00. Thus, the third in La Liga will receive the leader. The Nervionenses and the Blancos collected 60 and 72 points respectively.

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What speaks for Sevilla?

  • Playing a home fixture

What speaks for Real Madrid?

  • Won, for example, six of its last seven championship games so far
  • Showed morale in the Champions League second leg against Chelsea

Our betting prediction:

  • Bet: Under 2.5 goals
  • Bookmaker: 1xBet
  • Odds: 2.07

Expert analysis Sevilla

On 8 April, Sevilla celebrated a 4-2 home victory over fifth-bottom Granada in an Andalusian derby. This ended a streak of four winless games for Julen Lopetegui’s side with less than 2.5 goals. The Nervionenses first experienced two 0-0 at Deportivo Alavés and against Real Sociedad, with a 1-1 at Rayo Vallecano in between. Afterwards, April began with a 0-1 away defeat against Barcelona.

Expert analysis Real Madrid

On Tuesday, Real Madrid initially suffered a 1-3 home defeat to Chelsea in the Champions League before advancing in extra time. Previously, they had a 2-0 home win over Getafe on Saturday. Preceding that, since mid-March, Carlo Ancelotti’s side recorded a 3-0 at fourth-bottom Mallorca, a 0-4 against Barcelona and a 2-1 at Celta de Vigo.

Head-to-head comparison Sevilla – Real Madrid

The last two clashes between Sevilla and Real Madrid took place in the capital. And they ended in a 2-2 and on 28 November with a 2-1. Earlier, Sevilla lost 0-1 at home to Real Madrid on 5 December 2020.

Our betting prediction and the best odds

From the beginning of March, even against bottom-placed Deportivo Alavés, less than 2.5 goals were scored in four championship matches of Sevilla. Furthermore, Real Madrid didn’t score against Barcelona. Therefore, we would not expect many goals.

Sevilla vs. Real Madrid – betting prediction: Under 2.5, odds 2.07 at bookmaker 1xBet

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