Sevilla v Atletico Madrid Live Stream on bet365
Sevilla v Atletico Madrid is the highlight of Sunday’s Spanish football action and you can tune into the La Liga action via live stream on bet365 at 19:30 BST on August 30th.
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Europa League champions Sevilla made a quiet start to the season when playing out a 0-0 draw away to Malaga in their opening match, where Stephen N’Zonzi was also sent off for picking up a second booking. Manager Unai Emery will be keen to build on the successes of last season and improve on a fifth-placed finish in La Liga, with their home games at the imposing Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán likely to be key to how the campaign pans out. The Andalusians have a tough test against Atletico Madrid here and loanee striker Ciro Immobile will be pushing for his first La Liga start having replaced Kevin Gameiro from the bench last time out.
Atletico Madrid made a winning start to the season when edging Las Palmas 1-0 at the Vicente Calderón, thanks to a goal from French forward Antoine Griezmann. Diego Simeone’s side were unable to retain the La Liga title last season, eventually finishing third and some way of the pace of winners Barcelona and runners-up Real Madrid. Summer signing Jackson Martinez will be hoping to open his account for the season and is expected to fight it out with Fernando Torres for a starting berth up front alongside Griezmann.
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This fixture ended as a bore-draw last season, but there hadn’t been a goalless game between the sides in the 10 meetings prior to that 0-0. Despite Sevilla’s reputation for being tough to beat at home, Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán has been something of a happy hunting ground for Atleti who are unbeaten in five visits since a 3-1 defeat back in 2010.