VAL vs SEV : Gracia’s side managed to reach the second round of the Copa del Rey courtesy of a 4-2 victory over Terrassa last week, though, and that they are going to be looking to finish the year with back-to-back victories over Sevilla and Granada, which is probably going to go away them during a healthier position heading into 2021.
Sevilla, meanwhile, were held to a 1-1 draw by Valladolid on Saturday; Lucas Ocampos sent the hosts ahead within the 31st minute from the penalty spot, but Raul Garcia levelled within the latter stages of the competition .
The Europa League holders recorded a 1-0 victory over Valencia when the 2 teams last locked horns in July, but the corresponding clash last term finished during a 1-1 draw.
Los Che will enter the competition off the rear of a 2-2 draw with Barcelona at Camp Nou on Saturday, while Sevilla were held to a 1-1 draw by lowly Real Valladolid.
Valencia vs Sevilla FC – Key Players Team News
- Jaume Doménech
- Daniel Wass
- José Gayà
- Carlos Soler
- Maxi Gómez
Sevilla FC (SEV) – Key Players
- Jesus Navas
- Ivan Rakitic
- Joan Jordán
- Luuk de Jong
- Jules Koundé
Valencia vs Sevilla FC – Recent Form
Valencia: D W D D L
Sevilla FC: D W W W L
Valencia vs Sevilla FC – Team Squad
Jaume Doménech, Jasper Cillessen, Cristian Rivero, Unai Etxebarria, Thierry Correia, Toni Lato, Eliaquim Mangala, Gabriel, Mouctar Diakhaby, José Gayà, Hugo Guillamón, Daniel Wass, Guillem Molina Gutiérrez, Carlos Soler, Uros Racic, Lee Kang-In, Maxi Gómez, Vicente Esquerdo, Koba Koindredi, Yunus Musah, Jesús Misael Vázquez, Gonçalo Guedes, Kevin Gameiro, Rubén Sobrino, Denis Cheryshev, Manuel Vallejo, Jason, Alexis Blanco
Sevilla FC (SEV):
Tomás Vaclík, Bono, Adrián González, Javier Díaz, Alfonso Pastor, Joris Gnagnon, Karim Rekik, Nemanja Gudelj, Sergio Escudero, Diego Carlos, Pablo Pérez Rico, Enrique Rios, Javier Vazquez, Juan Luis Sanchez, Sergi Gómez, Joan Jordán, Ivan Rakitic, Óscar Rodríguez, Jesús Navas, Marcos Acuña, Óliver Torres, Franco Vázquez, Oussama Idrissi, Fernando, Antonio Zarzana, Carlos Alvarez, Iván Romero, Lucas Ocampos, Suso, Luuk de Jong, Munir El Haddadi, Jules Koundé, Youssef En-Nesyri, Aleix Vidal, Carlos Fernández
Valencia vs Sevilla FC – Probable Playing 11
Domenech, Wass, Paulista, Diakhaby, Gaya, Blanco, Soler, Racic, Guedes, Gomez, Vallejo
Bounou, Navas, Kounde, Carlos, Acuna, Rakitic, Fernando, Jordan, Ocampos, De Jong, Suso
Valencia vs Sevilla FC
Valencia have drawn four of their last five within the league and have lost only one of their last seven; Sevilla are going to be eyeing a crucial three points, but we are finding it difficult to separate the 2 sides here, ultimately backing a low-scoring draw at Mestalla.