TIP OF THE DAY: Sevilla – Getafe: Can Sevilla Triumph in La Liga After Nearly Three Months?

This Saturday features a lot of very interesting matches across Europe, and one of them is certainly taking place in Andalusia, where Sevilla at the Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium will host Getafe. The match between these two teams is scheduled to start at 18:30.

Sevilla: Is It Finally Time for an Andalusian Triumph?

Last season, Sevilla had a lot of problems in the Spanish league, and at one point, the situation was almost alarming. However, in the second half of the championship, the Andalusians played much better, managed to stay among the best, and most importantly, what will be remembered for the year is a new trophy in the Europa League, all after a triumph in the grand final against Roma, following a better penalty shootout performance.

All this was enough for coach Mendilibar to gain trust, however, he did not stay long at the helm of Sevilla, as the experienced coach was dismissed after disastrous performances by the Andalusians at the start of the season.

It was devastating to learn that the current Europa League winner was, just a few rounds ago, in a position that meant relegation to Segunda at the end of the championship.

The new coach of the club became Diego Alonso, however, as things stand now, it seems that even this Uruguayan expert has not helped Sevilla much, which is currently in a disastrous sixteenth place in the table, with only three points more than the most endangered teams.

In the last five matches, the popular Berbers do not know the taste of victory, having drawn three times and lost twice in that period. In the last round, Sergio Ramos and his teammates were defeated in a tough visit to Mallorca, where the host celebrated with a 1:0 victory.

To make matters worse, the Spanish representative was recently eliminated from this year’s edition of the Champions League, and this time Sevilla will not continue the season in the Europa League, as this team finished last in the group with Arsenal, PSV, and Lens.

In the sixth-round match, Diego Alonso’s charges were defeated in a visit to Lens, after conceding a goal in the sixth minute of stoppage time. When it comes to home matches, Sevilla has played eight away games so far and achieved two victories, four draws, but also two defeats. A very interesting fact is that the Andalusians have drawn their last four encounters at home, with the score being 1:1 three times, noting that the current Europa League winner had a quite difficult schedule. In the last match played at home against Villarreal, the result was 1:1, noting that the “Yellow Submarine” had a goal disallowed in the fifth minute of stoppage time after VAR intervention.

Getafe: Brilliant Performances at Home, Disastrous Away!

Getafe was founded in 1983, and in its 40-year-long history, this team managed to play in the group stage of the Europa League three times, but also reached the final of the Spanish Copa del Rey twice, noting that the club was defeated both times. Interestingly, this team reached the final of the second most important club competition in Spain two years in a row, in 2007 and 2008, when Sevilla and Valencia, respectively, were better than the team from the suburbs of Madrid.

Last season, Getafe’s footballers finished fifteenth in the table, and Getafe played particularly well at home, where in eighteen matches, the team achieved seven victories, the same number of draws, and only five defeats, and certainly, this team would have finished in a better position in the table had they not played disastrously away, where the former participant in the Europa League achieved only one victory, eight draws, and as many as ten defeats, although this is nothing new as this club typically plays disastrously in away games, but also quite well at their home ground.

As for this season, of course, the primary goal will be survival, and when all is said and done, it seems that all the fans of this team have plenty of reasons for satisfaction. Indeed, Getafe is currently in a fantastic ninth place in the table with only four points less than seventh-placed Betis, which means that Jose Bordalas’ charges are in an equal race for the seventh position which at the end of the championship brings qualification for the Conference League.

In the last five matches, the team from the suburbs of Madrid achieved three victories, one draw, and only one defeat, at Las Palmas, where it was 2:0. In the last round, Bordalas’ pupils achieved a very important victory at their stadium against the not naive Valencia, and that match ended with a 1:0 score. In general, when it comes to away matches, Getafe has not fared well this season either, as this likable team in eight away matches suffered four defeats and four draws, without a victory.

Of course, Getafe typically plays at a very high level at their home ground, so the former finalist of the Spanish Copa del Rey has so far played eight matches at their stadium and recorded five victories with three draws, without defeat, making Getafe one of the best home teams in La Liga. Finally, the last head-to-head encounter between Sevilla and Getafe was played in mid-March in the suburbs of Madrid, when Getafe celebrated with a 2:0 victory.

Our suggestion

When all is taken into account, we truly believe that it is finally time for a victory for the Andalusians in the championship, so we warmly recommend you try and bet on 1, for which the bookmaker Mozzartbet has prepared a fantastic odds of 1.93.

The impression is that Sevilla will start offensively towards Getafe’s goal from the first minute, who certainly has a lot of problems away, so we boldly recommend you bet on htft 1-1, which the bookmaker Mozzart pays with an excellent odds of 3.00.

Finally, it seems likely that the home team will score at least two goals in this duel against the team from the suburbs of Madrid, so we suggest you focus on the game t1 over 1.5 with odds of 2.20 at Mozzart Nigeria.

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