Sevilla win

Sevilla are doing everything in their power to avoid relegation to the second division at the end of the season. After 27 rounds, the team scored 31 points, which puts them in 13th place in the table, and the loss to the relegation zone in the class was 4 points.

The defeat in the 26th round against Getafe decided about the career of the head coach – Jorge Sampaoli, who was dismissed. Jose Luis Mendilibar was summoned in his place to salvage the situation. Under the leadership of the new coach, the Biało-Czerwoni played one match, in which they defeated Cadiz (2:0).

Celta have been performing excellently since Carlos Carvalhal took over as head coach, especially in defence. Under the guidance of the Portuguese coach, he allows an average of 0.87 xg close to his target, which is the record of the last 10 years.

The Celts have scored points in the last 6 rounds, but in the next meeting staffing problems may affect the result. One of the best playmakers not only from Celta but also from Europe, Gaby Veiga (9+4), will not play due to the number of yellow cards.

My guess is that the new coach factor will still work in this match, and Veiga’s absence will only help the hosts achieve results.