Fabian Ruiz should get the starting position in the midfield.
Most of mutual matches between these two sides end up as very intense game with plenty of challenges, fouls and rough play, cards could be played live maybe, since the starting line is too big at the moment.
Even though their peformances weren’t always at the best possible level this Summer, we still can say that Sevilla is having a positive start in the new season.
They are still undefeated apart from Super Cup matches against Barcelona and also important, the team managed to stay undefeated in a Champions League opening game against Juventus on the road during previous mid-week.
In the most recent game of La Liga, they visited Eibar and played with a man more from whole halftime, playing also with two men more since 86th minute, but didn’t manage to walk away with all three points.
Vietto brought them into the lead in 27th minute, while hte hosts equalized playing with a man less in 64th minute via Leon.
For the most of the game, players of Sevilla had more of the ball possession, but weren’t that fluid and concrete in attack, while the hosts looked more determined and more willing to fight, being deserved for their determination in the end.
Sevilla should be playing in 4-3-3 formation with Kiyotake and Vitolo on the wings and Vietto as central striker.
Goalkeeper David Soria, left back Benoit Tremoulinas and midfielder Michael Krohn-Dehli are long term absentees for the home team without performing so far.
Central defenders Adil Rami (3/0) and Daniel Carrico (2/0) have both limed off against Eibar last weekend and are now unavailable.
Midfielder Samir Nasri is doubtful with fitness problem, while Sergio Escudero should start at the left back position, with Timothee Kolodziejczak being forced now to switch to the position of centre-back.