FC Sevilla – Granada: 21st April 2017
Sampaoli’s team, in a free fall
FC Sevilla has managed to win only one game in the last 5 rounds of La Liga – 4-2 in front of its supporters, against Florin Andone’s team, Deportivo La Coruna. Along with the 3 points won in the Super-Depor duel, FC Sevilla has managed only two draws in the last 5 rounds – 0-0 with Sporting Gijon and 0-0 with Valencia, and they are near the defeats Suffered against Barcelona – 0-3 and Atletico Madrid scores 1-3.
Following the aforementioned results FC Sevilla went down to position 4 with only 62 points cumulated – 3 lengths in front of Diego Simeone’s band and 8 points in front of Villarreal. Because the goal of the Champions League qualification remains viable, FC Sevilla is not allowed to make a new wrong step, especially in front of a relegation team such as Granada.
In view of the duel on Friday, idn Andalusia team will not be able to rely on Frenchman Rami (injured in the gown) and the Iberic Vitolo (injured in the muscles). Fernandez and Nasri are also unavailable due to last-minute injuries, but it is extremely possible for them to be recovered by the hour of the match.
The way to the Segunda Division is slow but sure
On the other hand, Granada is considered by most specialists as the weakest team in the Primera Division. He only managed to score 27 times in the 32 rounds and ranked No. 19 in La Liga, with only 20 points cumulated after four wins and eight draws. Located 7 times behind Leganes ‘cucumbers’ – the first team above the relegation line, the goal of relegation relegation is slowly but surely removed by Granada as the leaping stages.
If the positive results will not come as soon as possible to Granada, it is more than possible that it will evolve in the next season in the second league of the Iberian football. We also have to mention that it managed to accumulate only one point in the previous 7 stages, following the white draw on “El Riazor” against the Deportivo La Coruna.