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GRANADA vs SEVILLA: BETTING PREVIEW & PICK
SPAIN LA LIGA
Sevilla’s recent performance has been challenging to articulate, especially after their humiliating 0-3 defeat by Getafe over the weekend. Consequently, coach Diego Alonso has been relieved of his duties, prompting the search for a replacement. In the interim, Gabriel Raimondi will lead a significantly weakened squad due to the absence of eleven players, including Joan Jordan, Dodi Lukebakio, Fernando, Marcos Acuna, Tanguy Kouassi, Mariano Diaz, Jesus Navas, Loic Bade, Erik Lamela, Orjan Nyland, and Alfonso Pastor.
It’s noteworthy that Sevilla has yet to secure an away victory this season, currently holding a record of 0-3-4 on the road. Their last two away matches resulted in defeats against Mallorca and Real Sociedad. Additionally, their previous visit to this stadium ended in a 1-0 loss. Over the last 6 visits to Nuevo Los Carmenes, Sevilla has only won once, with Granada emerging victorious in four of those encounters.
On the other hand, Granada has only won one of their 17 games this season, placing them 19th in the table with 8 points, predominantly earned at home (1-4-3). Despite an unfortunate 1-0 loss to Celta Vigo in their last game, where they dominated possession with 61%, Granada had positive outcomes with draws against Athletic Bilbao (1-1), Getafe (1-1), and a notable 2-2 draw against Barcelona.
While coach Alex Medina manages a 24-man squad, only Raul Fernandez and Jesus Vallejo are unavailable. The hosts will heavily rely on Bryan Zaragoza on the flank and Lucas Boye as the target player.
In conclusion, the upcoming match strongly favors Granada due to their recent form and team dynamics. Considering the home advantage, Granada is a confident bet.
BET: GRANADA +/-0 (draw no bet)
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