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Both teams had one of their worst seasons in the twenty-first century the previous season. Both were on the verge of being relegated in the closing stages. The meeting between Sevilla and Valencia will begin at 21:00 on Friday, August 11th, and will be one of the most interesting matchday 1 matchup of La Liga.
Sevilla vs Valencia Head-to-Head Record
- 1 Sevilla vs Valencia Head-to-Head Record
- 2 Sevilla vs Valencia Last Five Head-to-Head Matches
- 3 Sevilla vs Valencia – What to Expect
This rivalry has historically been quite evenly matched, with the ‘Che’ squad winning by only 11 games. Before this match, there were a total of 181 Sevilla vs Valencia Head-to-Head matchups.
- Sevilla Wins: 68
- Draws: 34
- Valencia Wins: 79
Even now, the two squads are evenly matched. The White and Reds won eight of the past twenty Sevilla vs Valencia Head to Head matches, the ‘Che’ Team won six, and there were six ties.
Sevilla vs Valencia Last Five Head-to-Head Matches
Spain Primera Liga 16/04/23
Spain Primera Liga 18/10/22
Spain Primera Liga 19/01/22
Spain Primera Liga 22/09/21
Spain Primera Liga 12/05/21
Valencia 0 – 2 Sevilla (16/04/2023)
Both teams were highly clever in this clash, and there were very few shots in the first half. The second half was different, with Sevilla scoring within 10 minutes, thanks to a goal by Loic Bade, before Suso put the game out of reach.
Sevilla 1 – 1 Valencia (18/10/2022)
Edison Cavani took advantage of a great assist from Foulquier to open the scoring in the 6th minute. Valencia held the lead for 80 minutes but Erik Lamela put the ball in the net to equalize. Sevilla finished with 64% possession, and between the two teams, there were more than 30 shots.
Valencia 1 – 1 Sevilla (19/01/2022)
On this occasion, Sevilla needed no effort to grab the lead, as one of Valencia’s players scored in his net in the seventh minute. Fortunately, Gonzalo Guedez equalized right before the interval. Both teams took few risks in the second half, and no shots were on goal.
Sevilla 3 – 1 Valencia (22/09/2021)
The White and Reds came out with a lot of vigor and led 3-0 after only 22 minutes. Valencia scored before the break, but there were no more goals after that. Sevilla once again had a higher proportion of ball possession.
Sevilla 1 – 0 Valencia (12/05/2021)
The ‘Che’ team played one of their worst games in the recent two years. They were unable to open the scoring with only 39% ball possession and 2 shots on target. Sevilla, on the other hand, needed only one goal from En-Nesyri to win the game.
Sevilla vs Valencia – What to Expect
The home team has a fantastic streak of nine straight games without losing against Valencia, with the visiting team conceding at least one goal in each of those games. Sevilla has won four of their last five games at home. Because it is each team’s first official encounter, anything can happen, although it would not be surprising if the White and Reds dominate the battle once again.
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