After losing their last game in La Liga, Las Palmas will be looking to put in a shift in their performance when they host Sevilla at the Gran Canaria Stadium in the 22nd round of the Spanish top flight.
The Hosts Looking For Consistency
The hosts have been in a relatively good position in the league table for the majority of the season. For a newly promoted side, a mid-table finish wouldn’t be a very bad output come the end of the season. The team have won two of their last five league games and lost twice. Las Palmas have collected a total of 7 points from a possible 15 in their last five league games in La Liga. Their last league match was against Granada away from home where they lost 1-0.
Las Palmas are currently sitting in the 11th place in the league table. They have 28 points from 7 wins, 7 draws and 7 losses. The team scored 31 goals and conceded 32 since the start of the season.
Michel Macedo misses out due to injury after limping off against Granada, with David Simon getting a rare start at right-back. Roque Mesa should come back into the team in midfield, alongside Angel Montoro and Vicente Gomez.
Sevilla Chasing Barca And Real Madrid
The visitors have been in a very strong form since the start of the season. Sevilla have been head to head with Barcelona and Real Madrid for the majority of the campaign. The team have won three of their last five league games, however, they failed to win in their last two. They have collected a total of 10 points from a possible 15 in their last five league games in La Liga. Their last league match was against Villarreal at home where they drew 0-0.
Sevilla are currently sitting in the 3rd place in the league table. They have 43 points from 13 wins, 4 draws and 4 losses. They have scored 43 goals and conceded 28 since the start of the season.
Sergio Escudero also has a minor muscle problem, which could see Gabriel Mercado make a rare appearance at left-back. Clement Lenglet is set to continue at centre-back alongside Adil Rami, with no other changes forthcoming from Jorge Sampaoli.
Head To Head
Sevilla have won 2 of the last 5 meetings between the two teams. The last clash between the two teams was in September 2016 when the final score was 2-1 to Sevilla at home.
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