La Liga: Sevilla v Valencia Live Stream

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Author: Tony MacDonald

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Published: 14:33 13/02/2014

Watch live streaming Spanish Primera Liga football on Sunday 16th February with a Sevilla v Valencia live stream from 20:00 GMT

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Sevilla were no match for Barcelona last time out and went down 1-4 in front of their own fans at Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán. Los Rojiblancos have now lost three La Liga games in a row and have not tasted success in five attempts, so need to bounce back to form when they play host to Valencia. Sevillistas are eighth in the Primera Liga standings, level on points with the visiting side and need to take more care in defence with twelve goals conceded on their current winless streak. Manager Unai Emery had Sevilla playing well towards the end of 2013 and must find a way of returning the club to that kind of form as they are currently experiencing their worst spell of the season so far.

While the hosts have been struggling, things have been looking up for Valencia. Los Ches were 5-0 winners over Real Betis last time out and will not fear a trip to Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán having beaten Barcelona 2-3 in their last away game. Valencia are seventh in the table, only ahead of Sevilla on goal-difference and European qualification will now be the main focus after a poor start to the season. The Bats have been dogged by inconsistent performances, but under Juan Antonio Pizzi they seem to have found some momentum and a win in this game would equal their best run of the season so far.

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Sevilla have conceded at least three goals in their last three matches, while Valencia have scored at least three goals in each of their last 3 games. The reverse fixture ended 3-1 to Valencia at the Mestalla back in September.

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