Sevilla vs Slavia Prague Match Info
Match date: 7thMarch 2019
Kick-Off: 5.55pm GMT
Stadium: Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan, Sevilla
Sevilla vs Slavia Prague Head to Head Record
Last 2 meetings:
12 Dec 2007 Slavia Prague 0 – 3 Sevilla
2 Oct 2007 Sevilla 4 – 2 Slavia Prague
Matches played: 2
Sevilla wins: 2
Slavia wins: 0
Sevilla vs Slavia Prague Stats
- Sevilla have struggled to rediscover their consistency and come with a 2-1 loss at Huesca now behind them
- Slavia Prague connected a three-match winning streak including a convincing 1-4 win at Genk in 16th Finals
- Sevillistas bagged two Champions League wins over the rivals back in 2007
Sevilla vs Slavia Prague Match Preview
Sevilla host Slavia Prague for their Europa League clash with a troubled spell of results behind them, where they struggled to rediscover their consistency in La Liga and the most recent slip-up at Huesca (2-1) with a last-gasp winner comes as the biggest disappointment of all.
Still, they’ve comfortably beaten Lazio in 16th Finals along the way and Pablo Machin’s men will now be desperate to pick it up in front of the home fans once again, where only Barcelona (2-4) interrupted their lengthy unbeaten streak once again.
Slavia Prague travel to Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan looking to capitalize on such woes on the rivals’ end and boast a three-match winning streak of their own, where they beat Genk (1-4), Slovacko (4-0), and Bohemians 1905 (0-3) in three high-scoring contests across competitions.
Cervenobili found the net ten times along the way and this promises them in a good mood ahead of the trip to Spain too, despite a longshot going for an Away win surely is. They’ve struggled to turn matches on the road their way in the Group Stage and this will be more worrying.
We don’t feel the visitors have what it takes to capitalize on Sevilla’s woes and we’ll now rather back the home side to recuperate in front of the home fans, sticking our necks out for a Home win to Nil at 13/10 with Paddy Power.
We don’t expect as one-sided of a contest, though, and we feel Slavia will keep it together at the back too – with a lot to play for in the second leg. With that in mind, we’ll also back a low-scoring clash and Under 2.5 Goals FT, which comes at an enticing 6/5 with bet365.
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