Sevilla vs Osasuna
Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan
The most comprehensive preview, detailed analysis and reliable predictions of the La Liga fixture between Sevilla and Osasuna.
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Sevilla form analysis
Los Nervionenses began their recent run of matches with a comfortable 3-0 victory over Granada on December 20th thanks to goals from Adrià Pedrosa, Lucas Ocampos, and Sergio Ramos. However, their next match resulted in a 1-0 loss to Atletico Madrid on December 23rd, with Marcos Llorente scoring the only goal of the game for Atletico. Sevilla then suffered a 0-2 defeat at the hands of Athletic Bilbao on January 4th after conceding goals to Mikel Vesga and Aitor Paredes.
Their inconsistent form continued as they followed this with a thrilling 3-2 loss to Alaves on January 13th, being 2-0 down before fighting back to 2-2 only to concede late. However, Sevilla then endured a humiliating 5-1 defeat to Girona on January 22nd, with Isaac Romero, Andriy Dovbyk scoring a hat-trick, and goals from Vitinho and Cristhian Stuani condemning Sevilla to a heavy loss. In summary, after a strong start Sevilla have won just one of their last five matches, conceding thirteen goals in the process, demonstrating poor defensive form and inconsistent results of late.
Osasuna form analysis
Osasuna began their recent run of matches with a 1-1 draw against Cadiz on December 10th. Roger opened the scoring for Osasuna in the 19th minute, before Ante Budimir equalized for Cadiz via a penalty in the 70th minute. They then secured a narrow 1-0 victory over Rayo Vallecano on December 16th thanks to a late goal from Raúl García in the 90th minute. However, their next match resulted in a thrilling 3-2 loss to Mallorca on December 22nd, as they twice held the lead but conceded three goals.
Osasuna then bounced back with a 1-0 win against Almeria on January 4th courtesy of a Ante Budimir goal in the 27th minute. Most recently, Osasuna picked up another 3-2 victory on January 21st over Getafe in a back-and-forth match. Goals from Raúl García, Iker Muñoz and Jesús Areso helped Osasuna to the win after twice surrendering their lead. In summary, Osasuna’s form has been decent with three wins, one loss and a draw in their last five league matches, demonstrating an ability to pick up wins while also conceding late goals at times.