Sevilla host tonight Granada at the opening game of La Liga’s day 33. Both opponents have an equal need for the win, but their aims are totally different. The hosts want to remain into the Champions League zone, being at the moment at the 4th place of the table. They come from the 0-0 away draw against Valencia, while they have won just once at their last seven league games (1-4-2). At the same time, they count only one home defeat at the whole of the current season’s league (11-3-1). Granada, on the other hand, still give a fight for… survival. Tony Adams’s debut at their bench was not the ideal one, as they met the home defeat to Celta by 0-3 scoreline. They have collected just one point at their last seven league games and they ignore the away win at the current league (0-4-12). Have, though, in mind that Granada are unbeaten at their last four league games against Sevilla (3-1-0).
Winger Vitolo is definitely out for the hosts, while defender Rami and midfielder Nasri have many chances of being present at the match. Granada traveled to Sevilla with many important absences: Wakaso and Ingason are suspended, while the trio of Adrian Ramos, Kravets and Foulquier is out injured.