Manchester United - Sevilla Champions League Start: Tuesday, March 13, 2018. 21:45 Stadium: Old Trafford (Manchester)Manchester United - Sevilla
Start: Tuesday, March 13, 2018. 21:45
Stadium: Old Trafford (Manchester)
After a zero draw in the first round of the Champions League finals, Manchester United accepted Sevilla at Old Trafford in a crucial clash for the quarterfinals of the prestigious race. "The Red Devils" were incredibly lucky in the first game after not allowing a single goal for Ramon Sanchez Pichuan, a place where Seville did not miss their European club tournament matches. The hosts are definitely the big favorite to win this match, given the poor performance of "Andalusians" away from home.
Manchester United is in top shape
United scored three successes after Sevilla's draw, two of them against serious opponents in Chelsea and Liverpool, and the third winning round of Manchester beat Crystal Palace after abandoning 2-0 in the final. These victories undoubtedly increased team spirit in the team and responded to the constant criticism of Mourinho.
Sevilla have no chance
Sevilla has suffered two home losses in the last four rounds, the last of which came on Saturday with 0-2 from Valencia. With these results, the team can easily be forgiven for participating in the next edition of the Champions League, as they are already behind 11 points from the fourth place. Whatever tactics to take on Montella, the specialist will hardly take his team to a win in this match after the players are extremely unsatisfactory in their visits even to the standards of the Spanish Primera.
Manchester United .vs Sevilla
The draw 0-0 on 21 February 2018 is the only official match between the two clubs. Spain's UEFA Champions League home team record 13 victories, 21 draws and 17 losses, while the Red Devils home scored 9 wins, 10 draws and 4 losses in their matches. Sevilla have no success on English land, registering three losses and three draws in their last six away games on the Island. Manchester United are extremely tough at Old Trafford, keeping their net dry in 13 of the last 20 households, and only Manchester City managed to score more than one goal here. Sevilla has no serious achievements in the Champions League, and their results away from home during this campaign are more than unsatisfactory.