Tony Adams has the mother of all tasks on his hands to keep Granada in LaLiga this season, with the new boss having to now face a very tough away trip to face Sevilla.
Jorge Sampaoli’s men have looked a little jaded in recent weeks, but still possess the individual and collective quality required to overpower a Granada side who look readily beatable each week.
Uncharacteristically, Sevilla haven’t scored in three of their last four LaLiga games, which would have been unthinkable in the early stages of the season where Los Nervionenses entertained.
Granada lost 3-0 last time out to Celta Vigo’s second-string side, with suspensions picked up by Sverrir Ingason and Mubarak Wakaso only going further to whittle down their chances this week.
Vitolo is an injury absentee for Sevilla, but Sampaoli should be able to call upon Samir Nasri and Adil Rami once again, with Stevan Jovetic in line for a start for the hosts.
Granada are in desperate need of points to try and beat the drop, but Sevilla’s home form and individual quality look just too much for the away side to handle.
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