Sevilla host Real Madrid in Round 32 of the 2021-22 La Liga season.
The match is scheduled to start at 7:00 p.m. GMT on Sunday, 17 April 2022. The match venue is Estadio R. Sanchez Pizjuan, Seville.
Betting tips and match predictions for the Sevilla vs Real Madrid (April 17) game are available in this article. Next is a preview of the latest betting odds, key stats, team news, and projected starting lineups.
Sevilla vs Real Madrid latest odds on betting sites
Sevilla to win odds are priced at 2.90 (+190 American; 19/10 Fractional), the odds for a draw are priced at 3.40 (+240; 12/5), while Real Madrid to win odds are priced at 2.40 (+140; 7/5).
The chances of these outcomes are as follows: Sevilla — 34%, draw — 29%, Real Madrid — 37%.
Latest betting odds on Sevilla vs Real Madrid (17 April 2022):
- Over 2.5 goals — 2.00 (+100; evens)
- Under 2.5 goals — 1.80 (-125; 4/5)
- Asian handicap (0.0, +0.5) on Sevilla — 1.78 (-128; 25/32)
- Asian handicap (0.0, -0.5) on Real Madrid — 2.12 (+112; 28/25)
- Both teams to score (Yes) — 1.77 (-130; 10/13)
- Both teams to score (No) — 2.00 (+100; evens)
Sevilla vs Real Madrid match preview and statistics
Sevilla are third in the league table with 60 points and a +29 goal difference. They bounce back with a 4-2 win over Granada in their last match. Before that, the Red-Whites had two losses and two draws in four games.
Darwin Machis opened the scoring in the 23rd minute with a right footed shot from outside the box to the top right corner, assisted by Luis Suarez. Diego Carlos replied with a header from the centre of the box to the bottom right corner in the 32nd minute, assisted by Jesus Navas with a cross following a set piece.
Lucas Ocampos made it 2-1 to the Rojiblancos in the 66th minute with a shot from very close range to the centre of the goal, assisted by Jesus Corona. Radar Mir scored a goal in the 76th minute but it was ruled out after VAR review.
Victor Diaz pulled another one for Granada in the 88th minute with a header from the centre of the box to the centre of the goal, assisted by Luis Milla with a cross following a corner. Rafa Mir made it 3-2 in the 90+3 minute with a shot from very close range to the high centre of the goal, assisted by Ivan Rakitic with a headed pass.
Alejandro Gomez made it 4-2 to Sevilla in the 90+9 minute with a right footed shot from very close range to the high centre of the goal, assisted by Oliver Torres. Top stats: 73% possession, 2.86 expected goals, 16 total shots, four big chances, 583 accurate passes, 88% pass accuracy, seven fouls committed, one offside, 14 corners, three yellow cards.
Sevilla team news: Fernando, Karim Rekik, Suso and Thomas Delaney are sidelined due to injuries.
Real Madrid are first in the league table with 72 points and a +37 goal difference. They have three wins and two losses in their last five games. Los Blancos lost 2-3 to Chelsea in their last game but advanced to the quarter-final of the UCL 5-4 on aggregate.
Chelsea took a three-goal lead before Madrid could Pull two back. Mason Mount scored the first goal with a brilliant strike past Courtois, Antonio Rudiger doubled the lead with a pinpoint header into the back of the net, while Timo Werner scored the third goal with a low strike. Marcos Alonso’s goal could have made it 4-0 but it was ruled out due to handball.
Rodrygo pulled one back in the 80th minute as he connects to the sublime cross from Luka Modric. Karim Benzema saved the day and scored the goal that sent them into the semi-finals in the 96th minute of extra time with a header into the bottom left corner, assisted by Vinicius Junior with a cross from the left flank.
Carlo Ancelotti’s team had 43% possession, 1.23 expected goals, 10 total shots, four shots on target, two big chances, 478 accurate passes, 82% pass accuracy, 17 fouls committed, one corner and four yellow cards.
Real Madrid team news: Dani Ceballos is out due to Covid, Casemiro is suspended for the game, while Eden Hazard, Isco, Jesus Vallejo, Miguel Gutierrez and Nacho Fernandez are sidelined due to injuries.
Sevilla vs Real Madrid H2H
Real Madrid haven’t lost to Sevilla in their last six meetings, with five wins and a draw. Madrid won 2-1 in their last meeting.
Sevilla vs Real Madrid lineups and key players
Sevilla projected starting lineup:
- Yassine Bounou
- Jesus Navas
- Jules Kounde
- Diego Carlos
- Ludwig Augustinsson
- Ivan Rakitic
- Joan Jordan
- Lucas Ocampos
- Youssef En Nesyri
- Rafa Mir
- Jesus Corona
Ivan Rakitic is the key player to watch out for. He had a good game in their last match against Granada, completed the most passes (87), most accurate passer (92%), gave an assist, gave three key passes, won two tackles, made one clearance, one interception and won five duels.
Real Madrid projected starting lineup:
- Thibaut Courtois
- Dani Carvajal
- Nacho Fernandez
- David Alaba
- Lucas Vazquez
- Luka Modric
- Toni Kroos
- Marco Asensio
- Vinicius Junior
- Karim Benzema
Luka Modric is the key player to watch out for. He had a brilliant performance in the UCL tie against Chelsea, provided an assist, created a big chance, won three tackles, two interceptions with seven duels. Looking forward to another top game from the veteran.
Sevilla vs Real Madrid predictions and betting tips
Real Madrid are in form for this match, following their recent performances. Sevilla’s only win in their previous five matches came in the last match that they won 4-2. The team from the capital have good results against Sevilla. They’ve won five out of their last six h2h games.
Predictions for this match are under 2.5 goals. Sevilla are playing at home in this match, it gives them more backing and also they wouldn’t want to lose this match again. On the last two h2h occasions Sevilla played at home, the games ended with only one goal.
Betting prediction: Under 2.5 goals
Odds: 1.80 (-125 American; 4/5 Fractional)