Real Madrid v Sevilla Preview

October 29, 2013 | By

skybet_promo_newPrimera La Liga action Wednesday Night comes from the Santiago Bernabeu and features Real Madrid versus Sevilla.

View our Betting Preview, Tips, Predictions and Match Odds for the game that can be seen exclusively Live on Sky Sports 2 High Definition, with a scheduled 21:00pm (BST) Kick Off Time.

Real Madrid v Sevilla Preview, Primera La Liga, Wednesday 30th October 2013

With much of the talk at Real Madrid still about new record signing Gareth Bale the clubs coach Carlo Ancelotti has been quick to defend the Welsh stars small impact at such a huge club. Bale isn’t the first to take his time finding his feet at the club and Ancelotti has stated that he is still recovering from the lack of football due to injuries and a non existent pre-season. The fans are still hoping the worlds record signing will soon set the league a light with performances seen mostly at his last club Tottenham Hotspurs which prompted English Champions Manchester United to table an apparent bid. Surprisingly already Bale has been touted for a shock return to the Premiership next summer unless he will soon start to rekindle a form which has yet to be seen in Spain.

Sevilla have finally found their form at the end of September and have since then been on an impressive run of seven games unbeaten which has seen then club earn 4 wins and 3 draws in the La Liga and Europa League, and the clubs coach Unai Emery hopes to continue that run against a Real Madrid who could be suffering with a confidence knock after the weekends loss to current league leaders Barcelona who won the game 2 – 1 with Real’s goal coming in the 90th minute. Although none of their league opponents were of any real match you can safely say Sevilla will be truly tested come Wednesday night as the club have not faced anyone above them in the league and won and the club are currently sitting middle of the table which would tell you a majority of their wins came at clubs who will be fighting for relegation come the end of the season.

Real Madrid v Sevilla Team News

Real Madrid Team News:

With Gareth Bale’s second start in the league done and dusted he will be looking to improve on what must be considered as a stale performance against Barcelona, and with the backing of his coach Ancelotti he should look likely to once more start again Wednesday night as he looks to improve on his match fitness and form. Real Madrid will be looking to improve as a whole on Wednesday night as the whole game they looked very poor and played without any shape against a side who can clearly punish teams not firing on all cylinders.

Sevilla Team News:

Sevilla will be relying on goal scorers Ivan Rakitic and Jairo Samperio to continue with their winning goals over 10 man Osasuna in their more recent game. Midfielder Rakitic himself is the clubs top scorer this season which would usually say the strikers are failing to find the net, but that would be slightly harsh on Gameiro who has 4 goals in 10 games and also Bacca who has hit 3 goals in 9 games.

Real Madrid v Sevilla Head to Head Statistics

Sevilla did manage to grab a shock win over Real Madrid last season much to the away fans disappointment as that result aided in another failed attempt at the La Liga title. The advantage here would of course be with the stronger side Real Madrid who apart from the loss last year away from home pretty much dominated this Sevilla side at home and away. In 2011 Real Madrid his 12 goals past Sevilla and won both games 6 – 2 which would of been incredible games to have witnessed. But this season Madrid are not hitting the target quite as often and I feel it will be up to Ronaldo and Bale to find a form and partnership which could potentially destroy most teams the world has to offer.

09/02/13 PRD Real Madrid – Sevilla 4 : 1
15/09/12 PRD Sevilla – Real Madrid 1 : 0
29/04/12 PRD Real Madrid – Sevilla 3 : 0
17/12/11 PRD Sevilla – Real Madrid 2 : 6
07/05/11 PRD Sevilla – Real Madrid 2 : 6

Previous Average Goals Per Game Statistics

With a really impressive tally of 25 goals in the last 5 head to head statistics it gives us a very high average of 5 goals per game, and with a majority of them coming from Real Madrid be it home or away we should see a very exciting and explosive game come Wednesday evening on Sky Sports 2.

Real Madrid v Sevilla Recent Form (Left to Right)

Real Madrid: L W W W W

Sevilla: W D D W W

Both teams are in good form right now so with Ream Madrid losing to Barcelona at the weekend you would think Sevilla were in with a chance if the home side were by any chances low of confidence due to the loss, but in truth you would still need to take the head to head stats into account here with Real Madrid dominating the results and goal tally which should give them the advantage for this game.

Real Madrid v Sevilla Match Betting Odds Market.

Real Madrid are of course clear favourites for this match with being at home and the more superior team and bookmakers recognize this with the best odds @ 2/9 with Coral – Receive £50 Free Bets when Registering a New Account.

The Draw will be a result I feel a lot of punters will avoid with the best odds currently sitting @ 13/2 with BetVictor (£25 Free Bets for New Customers)

Sevilla are the underdogs here regardless of being on seven games undefeated and bookmakers are giving huge odds for the shock Sevilla away win @ 12/1 with Ladbrokes – £30 Free Bets when Registering a New Account.

Real Madrid v Sevilla Match Predictions, Tips & First Goal Scorer Bets.

Well even though Sevilla come here on the back of seven games undefeated you still can’t help but feel they are going to be taken apart by a far superior side, and if Bale does start I can only imagine the Welsh star will continue to rebuild his form that dominated the English League last year. Of course we still have Ronaldo who will be looking to rectify his failure to score against Barcelona even though the Portuguese star went very close late on in the game before Jese managed to score in the 90th minute, but by that time it was too late for Real Madrid to fight for any kind of positive result after being out of sorts for so much of the game.

So predictions for this game, you can’t help but be prepared to put your money on Real Madrid to win, but at such poor odds you would need to place a reasonably large sum down to get back anything considered as decent. So I am going for a correct score prediction of 2 – 0 as although I don’t feel Sevilla will win I do feel they are playing well enough to fight for a low scoring game. They could even score themselves so you could even go for a 2 – 1 Real Madrid win which is something shown to be more likely by the bookmakers. But I think I will stick to the 2 – 0 result and also another for Ronaldo to find the net FIRST.

The Verdict

2013 Spanish Primera La Liga Current Match Promotions & Free Bets Offers

Help your self to some additional Free Bets from our list of Top Recommended Bookmakers below, which you can use on all your Football Bets for the upcoming weekends action.

£10 Free Bets No Deposit For New Customers Registering an Account.
Spanish Primera La Liga £5 Free Bets Each and Every Week : Register an Account with SkyBet and Receive £5 Free Bets Each and Every Week with Sky Bet’s new Free Bets Club. Bet Now
£50 Free Bets on Spanish Primera La Liga Matches : Register an Account with Coral and receive £50 Free Bets to use on Spanish Primera La Liga matches taking place this season. Register Here
£200 Free Bets For New Customers Registering an Account.
Bore Draw Money Back Special : Have a pre-match Correct Score, Half-Time/Full-Time or Scorecast Bet on any 2013 Spanish Primera La Liga Match and if the game finishes 0-0 Bet365 will refund your stake. : Bet Now
£50 Free Bets For New Customers Registering an Account.
£25 Free Bets on Spanish Primera La Liga Matches: Register a New Account with Betfred and Receive £25 Free Bets to use on Spanish Primera La Liga Matches this season : Register Here

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Category: Football, Primera La Liga, Season 2013-14, Spain

Comments are closed.