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Real Madrid vs Sevilla prediction 2024-02-25

Real Madrid
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2024-02-25
Winner
Real Madrid
Sevilla
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Probability of win
Real Madrid — 70.5%
Draw — 17.3%
Sevilla — 12.2%
Our Prediction
Winner: Real Madrid;
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Real Madrid will look to cement top position in the standings when they take on Sevilla in the La Liga round 26. Los Blancos are leading the chase for their 36th league title, but boss Carlo Ancelotti must warn his men against complacency. Even though both Dani Carvajal and Eduardo Camavinga are banned for the match, home win should be considered as Sevilla struggle on the road. The likes of Jude Bellingham, Antonio Rudiger, David Alaba, and Eder Militao remain in the recovery room.

Los Sevillanos, on the other hand, played out a boring goalless draw with Valencia at the weekend and given their poor away record in the 2023/2024 season, we predict that the league leaders are going to pick up all three points from Sunday’s showdown. As for the Andalusian outfit, all Rafa Mir, Erik Lamela, and Lucas Ocampos remain in the recovery room, while Nemanja Gudelj is rated doubtful for the match.

Prediction: 1-0 (Real Madrid)

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Both to score
Yes
53.18%
No
46.82%
Total
More 2.5
More 3.5
Less 2.5
Less 3.5
63.2%
41%
36.8%
59%
Individual total
More 0.5
More 1.5
Less 0.5
Less 1.5
Real Madrid
90.7%
68.6%
9.3%
31.4%
Sevilla
58.6%
22.1%
41.4%
77.9%
Correct score
0:0
0:1
0:2
0:3
0:4
1:0
1:1
1:2
1:3
1:4
3.8%
3.4%
1.5%
0.4%
0.1%
9.1%
8.1%
3.6%
1%
0.2%
2:0
2:1
2:2
2:3
2:4
3:0
3:1
3:2
3:3
3:4
10.9%
9.6%
4.2%
1.2%
0.3%
8.6%
7.6%
3.3%
1%
0.2%
Real Madrid Sevilla
Games 25 25
Wins 19 5
Losses 1 11
Draws 5 9
Goals 53 30
Goals per game 2.1 1.2
Conceded per game 0.6 1.5
Attacks 113.4 104.9
Corners per game 6 5.4
Yellow cards per game 1.8 2.8
Fouls per game 10.1 12.6
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0
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Real Madrid
Sevilla
1
0
2024-02-17
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Valencia
Sevilla
0
0
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1
2
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Girona
Sevilla
5
1
La Liga
Team Games Win. Draws Lost Goals Points
Real Madrid 25 19 5 1 53:16 62
FC Barcelona 26 17 6 3 56:34 57
Girona 25 17 5 3 54:32 56
Atlético Madrid 25 16 3 6 50:26 51
Athletic Club 25 14 7 4 45:23 49
Real Sociedad 26 10 10 6 35:26 40
Real Betis 25 9 12 4 28:25 39
Valencia 25 10 6 9 29:29 36
Las Palmas 25 10 5 10 25:25 35
Getafe 26 8 10 8 33:38 34
Osasuna 25 9 5 11 29:36 32
Villarreal 26 7 8 11 38:48 29
Deportivo Alavés 26 7 8 11 25:32 29
Rayo Vallecano 25 5 10 10 22:33 25
Sevilla 25 5 9 11 30:37 24
Mallorca 26 4 12 10 23:34 24
Celta de Vigo 25 4 8 13 27:37 20
Cádiz 25 2 11 12 15:35 17
Granada 25 2 8 15 27:49 14
Almería 25 0 8 17 23:52 8
Top scorers
Real Madrid
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J. Bellingham (16)
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J. Sanmartín Mato (8)
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R. Silva de Goes (8)
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V. Júnior (7)
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B. Abdelkader Diaz (4)
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D. Carvajal Ramos (3)
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A. Tchouaméni (2)
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F. Valverde Dipetta (1)
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T. Kroos (1)
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L. Modrić (1)
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L. Vázquez Iglesias (1)
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A. Rüdiger (1)
Sevilla
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Y. En-Nesyri (7)
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L. Ocampos (3)
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I. Rakitić (2)
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D. Lukebakio (2)
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E. Lamela (2)
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R. Mir Vicente (2)
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Kike Salas (2)
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D. Sow (1)
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J. Fernández Sáez de la Torre (1)
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N. Gudelj (1)
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S. Ramos (1)
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A. Giner Pedrosa (1)
Top assists
Real Madrid
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T. Kroos
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F. García Torres
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R. Silva de Goes
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F. Valverde Dipetta
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L. Modrić
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V. Júnior
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J. Bellingham
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L. Vázquez Iglesias
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D. Carvajal Ramos
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J. Sanmartín Mato
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D. Olatukunbo Alaba
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B. Abdelkader Diaz
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E. Camavinga
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A. Tchouaméni
Sevilla
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A. Giner Pedrosa
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J. Fernández Sáez de la Torre
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J. Sánchez Velasco
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L. Ocampos
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L. Badé
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D. Lukebakio
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I. Rakitić
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D. Sow
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Y. En-Nesyri
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M. Acuña
La Liga Real Madrid Sevilla
Number of matches 380 25 25
Average win rate (%) 34.6 76 20
Goals per match 2.6 2.1 1.2
Yellow per match 5.1 1.8 2.8
Corners per match 9.5 6 5.4
Home goals per match 1.5 2.5 1.3
Away goals per match 1.2 1.8 1.1
Player rating 6.8 7.1 6.9

The Storied Legacy of Real Madrid and Sevilla

Beginning with humble roots, Real Madrid and Sevilla have risen to become two of the most revered and respected teams in international soccer. With rich histories that span several generations, both teams have carved their indelible marks on the landscape of global football.

Real Madrid: The Kings of European Football

Founded in 1902, Real Madrid has time and time again epitomized excellence and prestige in European football. This Spanish professional football club based in Madrid has shown unparalleled consistency and domination, giving rise to the epithet "Los Blancos."

Under the tutelage of President Santiago Bernabéu, the club saw its golden era from 1955 to 1980. During this period, Real Madrid remarkably won 15 national championships and five consecutive European Champions Clubs’ Cup victories.

Being home to several legendary players including Alfredo Di Stefano, Ferenc Puskas, and currently Cristiano Ronaldo, they have instilled an incredible winning culture in the club. The likes of Zinedine Zidane and Carlo Ancelotti have also left their managerial footprints, leading the team to multiple domestic and European accolades.

Sevilla: A Testament of Perseverance

Founded a little earlier than Real Madrid in 1890, Sevilla is another venerable Spanish football team that has consistently showcased a high-quality brand of football. Based in Seville, Andalusia, the club has managed to establish itself as a mainstay in Spanish competitive football since its inception.

Throughout history, Sevilla hasn't had it easy. Despite the challenges, they've managed to rise above, achieving their most impressive run from 2006 to 2020. The team showed impressive prowess in the UEFA Europa League, securing victories on seven occasions by 2021.

Under the guidance of coaches such as Juande Ramos and Unai Emery, Sevilla has cultivated a tenacious mentality. They have also produced some phenomenal talents, with the likes of Jesús Navas, Ivan Rakitić, and Carlos Bacca donning the famous white and red.

Comparing the Two: A Tale of Two Teams

While both Real Madrid and Sevilla have prominent places in the annals of football, there is no denying the difference in their journeys. Real Madrid, ever the superpower, has made a name for itself as a team of winners. Although they have undergone unique managerial shifts and player revolutions, their main aim has always been to win at all costs.

On the other hand, Sevilla's roadmap has been one of ups and downs, touching the zenith of European success while also dealing with occasional gloominess. But their spirit and commitment to the beautiful game have put them on the map as a notable team in football history.

Rivalry and Mutual Respect

Though they have been rivals on the pitch, Real Madrid and Sevilla share a mutual respect off the field. Over the years, they have exchanged players, with notable figures like Sergio Ramos making the switch between the clubs. Both organizations know the value of sporting spirit, solidarity, and respect, which makes their competition all the more exciting to witness.

Looking Forward: The Future of Real Madrid and Sevilla

The accomplishments and triumphs of both Real Madrid and Sevilla extend far beyond the scope of this article. Looking back at their histories, it's clear that both teams are instrumental in shaping the narrative of Spanish and global football. They stand as testimony to the resilience and competitive spirit embodied by the beautiful game. No matter what changes the future may hold, these two icons will undoubtedly continue to contribute to the ever-evolving chronicle of soccer.