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SEV vs GRD Dream11 Prediction for Sevilla vs Granada Preview La Liga Live Score Fantasy Football Tips & Dream11 Team


SEV vs GRD Dream11: Sevilla will welcome city rivals Granada to the Estadio Sanchez Pizjuan for a matchday 31 fixture in La Liga on Friday.

The home side have seen their title challenge fall flat and lost their hold on second spot following their 1-0 defeat away to Barcelona last weekend. Pedri’s second-half stunner helped the Blaugrana usurp the Andalusians, while Julen Lopetegui’s side dropped to fourth place in the table.

Granada showed grit and determination to come back from being two goals down at the break to secure a 2-2 draw on home turf against Rayo Vallecano. Luis Milla scored the equalizing goal from the penalty spot in injury time.

SEV vs GRD La Liga Match Details

Date: 9th April, Saturday
Kick-Off Time: 12:30 AM (IST)
Venue: Estadio Sanchez Pizjuan


La Liga Table

Sevilla – 4th Position

Granada– 16th Position


Watch La Liga Live

You can catch the action live on Jio TV and on Voot.


Recent Form

Sevilla: L-D-D-D-W

Granada: D-W-L-L-D


Head to Head (last 5 meetings)

Sevilla has won 3 games and Granada have won 2 games in the last 5 games played between them.


SEV vs GRD Dream 11 Prediction Details

Sevilla Team News

Injury Report, Unavailability, Expected Changes and Strategy 

  • Sevilla will again be missing Fernando, Thomas Delaney and Suso through injury, while Gonzalo Montiel will be out through suspension, having been booked against Sevilla last time out.
  • Head coach Lopetegui is expected to make changes to the side that took to the field at Camp Nou, with Jesus Manuel Corona and Ludwig Augustinsson likely to earn starts.
  • Munir El Haddadi could also be handed a spot in the side in the number 10 position, with Ivan Rakitic potentially dropping back into central midfield alongside Joan Jordan.


Sevilla Starting XI (Likely)


Jesus Navas

Jules Kounde

Diego Carlos

Ludwig Augustinsson

Joan Jordan

Ivan Rakitic

Jesus Corona


Lucas Ocampos

Antony Martial


GranadaTeam News

Injury Report, Unavailability, Expected Changes and Strategy 

  • Granada, meanwhile, will be missing Carlos Neva, Angel Montoro, Maxime Gonalonsand Santiago Arias on Friday evening through injury.
  • Head coach Torrecilla is expected to keep faith with the majority of the side that took to the field for the first whistle against Rayo last time out, although there could be a couple of changes.
  • Yan Eteki is likely to take Njegos Petrovic in the middle of the park, while there could also be an alteration in a wide area, with Darwin Machis potentially coming in for Alex Collado.


GranadaStarting XI (Likely)



Domingos Duarte

German Sanchez

Sergio Escudero

Antonio Puertas

Yan Eteki

Luis Milla

Darwin Machis

Jorge Molina

Luis Suarez


Sevilla vs GranadaDream11 Team



Bono is one of the reasons Sevilla was 2nd in the table. He has 12 clean sheets in 24 games.

Clean Sheets Saves Goals conceded
12 53 14



Jules Kounde

Kounde has set well in a back-three for Sevilla this season. He has 14 interceptions.

Tackles Won Assists Interceptions
18 1 46


German Sanchez

Sanchez has been his best but hasn’t received the support he needs to keep his defence firm.

Tackles Won Goals Interceptions
14 2 35



Jorge Molina

Molina has been prolific this season helping his striker and adding valuable goals for the team.

Goals Assists Passes completed %
8 4 65.7


Lucas Ocampos

Ocampos hasn’t replicated his form from a couple of seasons ago when he scored 14 goals. He has got 5 goals this season.

Goals Assists Passes completed
5 2 75.7



Antony Martial

Marital has started 5 games for Sevilla and provided 1 assist. He looks threatening and likely to score.

Shots per game Assists Shots on target
1.2 1 5


Luis Suarez

Though Granada are dwelling at the bottom of the table, Suarez has 7 games in 29 games.

Goals Assist Shots per game
7 3 2.8


Goalkeeper: Bono

Defenders:  G. Sanchez, J. Kounde, L. Augustinsson, J. Navas

Midfielders: J. Molina, L. Ocampos, D. Machis, Munir

Attackers: A. Martial, L. Suarez


Who will win today’s football match?

  • One of those wins came in their most recent meeting, when Ruben Rochina’s first-half strike helped them secure a 1-0 win.
  • Sevilla are the only unbeaten side at home in La Liga this season, having won 10 and drawn four of their 14 league games at the Sanchez Pizjuan this term.
  • Granada have only won two matches away from home all season, which came against the bottom two clubs.
  • Sevilla’s four-game winless run has put an end to their league aspirations, as well as seeing them get knocked out of the UEFA Europa League.
  • However, they are heavily fancied to get back on track against Granada.


Odds to Win

The odds in favour of Sevilla Win 5/11

The odds in favour of Granada Win 43/5

Odds in favour of a Draw 7/2


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