Sevilla will host Real Madrid at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán for their La Liga 2021-22 Matchday 32 clash in the early hours of Monday, April 18. The match will kick off at 12:30 AM IST in India.

Under manager Julen Lopetegui, Sevilla have been inconsistent in the La Liga recently, securing just a solitary win in their last five matches. Sevilla are currently third in the La Liga 2021-22 standings with 60 points from 31 matches.

On the other hand, Real Madrid have been the most dominant side in the ongoing La Liga season. Carlo Ancelotti’s men have secured 22 wins in 31 matches this season and are currently leading the standings with 72 points, 12 points clear of second-placed FC Barcelona.

Sevilla vs Real Madrid odds for La Liga 2021-22

Sevilla: 2.92

Real Madrid: 2.46

Draw: 3.35

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Sevilla vs Real Madrid recent form

Sevilla head into the Real Madrid clash after securing a 4-2 win over Granada at their home Ground on Saturday. Meanwhile, Real Madrid suffered a 3-2 loss against defending champions Chelsea in their second leg of the UEFA Champions League quarter-final tie at Santiago Bernabeu. However, Los Blancos qualified for the UCL 2021-22 semi-finals after winning the tie against Chelsea 5-4 on aggregate. In the la Liga, Real Madrid defeated Getafe 2-0 in their previous La Liga fixture.

Last five matches in La Liga

Sevilla: W, L, D, D, D

Real Madrid: W, W, L, W, W

Sevilla vs Real Madrid head-to-head

Real Madrid have a dominant head-to-head record against Sevilla across competitions, winning 37 of the 56 matches that they have played so far. Sevilla have secured just 13 victories while six matches have ended in draws.

Sevilla vs Real Madrid prediction for La Liga 2021-22 

Real Madrid are unbeaten against Sevilla in their last six meetings in La Liga, registering five wins and one draw. The Los Blancos secured a 2-1 win over Sevilla at Santiago Bernabeu in November and will start as favourites to do the double over Sevilla on Monday.

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