Liverpool – Sevilla: Preview & Prediction
It’s a clean knockout loss that Liverpool will try to get the breath away from when the classic club is back on the Champions League scene, which they have not been since 2014. The weekend’s battalion against Manchester City ended in a degrading 0-5 loss since Sadio Mané has been expelled in the 37th minute after a clean assault.
Because Liverpool was in such a good shape – every time it barks Are they bouncing back directly or is the morale broken? Jürgen Klopp’s man in any case, even though the shortcomings are still apparent, stood for several solid performances. For example, sending out German Hoffenheim with 6-3 over two meetings in the final qualifying round, it impresses.
Sevilla must not have had the capacity to seriously challenge Real Madrid, Barcelona or Atlético Madrid in the Spanish peak in recent years – but have been facing big scales in Europe. It was with great disappointment that last year’s CL Eighth final was awarded when Leicester stood for the resistance. Before that, however, three straight European League titles became a world record.
The shape curve points upwards for this afton’s Spanish guests. Eibar was crushed by 3-0 at the latest and before that it became a 1-0 win when Getafe was visited. This should not be confused with the fact that it looks good from the start and the shape may be in danger? For example, Sevilla was on the hair to be sent out of Turkish Istanbul Basaksehir in the qualifying playoff round.
Dejan Lovren is back in Liverpool’s backline and it must feel extra good with the five innings against City at the latest. In addition, Phillippe Coutinho can play now, Jürgen Klopp has declared. The big news for Sevilla is that Nolito misses the match. Setback!
The press game – a key for Liverpool
There are two different types of Liverpool; standard version with a rock hard press game and the other variant when they are a bit more backward. The latter rarely falls out very well and it is understood by the deficient qualities of the defensive to do.
In this game, it is doubtful that Liverpool will try to get up on the track and disturb a Sevilla, who also likes to roll the ball and it may end up in small-knocked situations from time to time. What does this open for, if not – speed, fan and goal?
Guests have all the qualities required to wage the opponents’ faint defenses, while Liverpool is usually home-grown at Anfield, where the target parties are raced on a regular basis.
Seems to see nothing but a target match here and over 3.0 goals (Asian handicap) – bet back at three bales – played at 1.91 x sauce at Bet365.
Liverpool – Sevilla: Betting Tips
Liverpool win – Odds: 1.80
Over 2,5 goals – Odds: 1.65