For the first time this season, third-placed Sevilla won a La Liga (LL) game after conceding first thanks to two injury-time strikes against Granada (W4-2). A spate of draws (7) since the turn of the year has been a killer blow to their title hopes highlighted by the current 12-point gap to league-leaders Real Madrid, so even winning here won’t exactly blow the title race wide open, as the side boasting the division’s best defence hosts the league’s most prolific scorers.
One of the biggest fixtures on the La Liga calendar will take place at Bernabeu on Sunday evening, as division leaders Real Madrid welcome third-placed Sevilla.
Reaching the knockout phase with two matches to spare would put a smile on the face of even the sternest of coaches, and five teams are within sight of sealing their progress ahead of time. Top scorers Bayern know they will go through should they repeat their Matchday 3 victory over
The European Champions, Chelsea are looking to get a new centre back and are ready to get the signature of Sevilla’s wonderkid Jules Koundé.