A striking match on this day of Saturday is the one held by Granada and Sevilla for a new date of the Santander League.
In my opinion, the Andalusian box slightly leaves as a favorite due to its greater hierarchy and especially because its rival is quite irregular in its action. For this reason and even though the Nazis have improved their level since the departure of Paco Jemez, we advise you to play a few euros to the victory of those led by Sampaoli. At stake is to stay on top of the table and ratify your good campaign.
Take into account that Granada does not get well to this duel after losing 3-1 against Celta as a visitor and staying with 5 points in the general table. The team is still in the relegation zone and is no longer easily beaten or overcome, needing to win a couple of consecutive matches in order to get out of the relegation zone. In general terms, it needs a bigger offensive hierarchy.
On the other hand do not forget that the Nazary table has added little encouraging results in its field, lacking more regularity in the new Cármenes. The team has not won until now, product of 3 draws and 3 falls in total. It comes from equaling 0-0 against Sporting and 1-1 against Deportivo. His last loss was 0-1 against Granada.
Continuing with the analysis you must know that Sevilla beat Valencia 2-1 at Sánchez Pizjuán, getting 27 points in the overall standings. For these days, it is located in the third position but with the same score as Barcelona. The team has won two games in a row, their goal being to win and reach the best match to the momentous duel against Lyon by the Champions.
Already to finish we tell you that the Andalusians have added acceptable results playing away from home, standing out for adding 2 wins, 3 equal and 1 drop in total. It comes from beating 2-3 to Leganés, to equalize 1-1 against Sporting and to overcome 2-3 to Deportivo on the hour. For the Champions League, equaled 0-0 against Juventus and defeated Dinamo Zagreb 0-1.
After everything said I play for the victory of the visiting team due to the following reasons: First because Sevilla is a well worked team that knows what it plays, despite some defensive oversight. Second because the Andalusian box has added good results playing as a visitor, ingenuándoselas to overcome lesser rivals in this condition. And third because Granada, thus improved his level after the departure of Paco Jemez, remains a rival lacking the necessary hierarchy to reach the goal. Faced with this reality, we believe that the boys of Sampaoli can win even for a goal difference.