These two sides’ fortunes have swapped around of late, ahead of our Sevilla FC vs Girona FC preview and soccer odds, with Los Nervionenses looking a bit sharper and more in form heading into this next La Liga home contest.
Sevilla FC originally showed no improvement under new boss Vincenzo Montella, but after a heavy defeat at the hands of local rivals Real Betis, the home side have turned a corner and are playing good football, while Girona FC have lost their momentum slightly over the last few weeks.
Our Sevilla FC vs Girona FC predictions focus on the hosts’ form at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan, which makes backing the away side to slip up on the road within our weekend La Liga tips very tempting.
Pablo Machin’s men have been one of the surprise stories of the Spanish top flight so far, but against a team such as Sevilla, who have some ground to make up if they are to secure themselves a top-four finish, they should fall to defeat.
Sevilla have conceded in each of their last four consecutive home games in all competitions. Betis, Cadiz, Atletico Madrid, and Getafe have all got on the scoresheet, with the away leg of their Copa del Rey semi-final clash versus Leganes ending 1-1 after a mistake from Sergio Rico. The Spanish goalkeeper made an error versus Getafe and has followed it up with another during a poor run.
William Hill has offered the best odds on the home side to take three points while failing to keep a clean sheet, with Girona’s forward line doing very well this season. Cristhian Stuani and Portu have been scoring plenty of goals, with Michael Olunga also contributing from the bench in recent weeks, with Sevilla certainly not looking entirely watertight at the back themselves.
Montella will be targeting three points, but after two Copa del Rey fixtures in the space of a fortnight on top of league commitments, there is definitely a chance for fatigue, rotation, and a lack of concentration to creep into the equation at times. For these reasons, a clean sheet looks unlikely.
Our Sevilla FC vs Girona FC bets back the home side to continue their resurgence under their new coach, with a poor first couple of games being followed up by a real and noticeable improvement. They are playing much more attractive football, with the likes of Joaquin Correa, Pablo Sarabia, and Luis Muriel starting to hit their stride again.
Los Nervionenses added the likes of Roque Mesa, Miguel Layun, and Sandro Ramirez at the very end of the transfer window, with that added depth ensuring that they can continue to compete on several fronts. Unibet offer the best odds on the home side taking three points in La Liga and continuing their push for the Champions League places.
Our Sevilla FC vs Girona FC betting tips suggest that things should continue to go on the up, with Sevilla having turned a corner in the last fortnight. The away side are still competitive and will certainly make life tough for their opponents, but Los Nervionenses have the cutting edge that many have lacked against the Catalan underdogs this campaign.