Dortmund vs Sevilla Predictions and Betting Tips
Dortmund and Sevilla once again go at each other in the second leg of their last 16 ties. A spot in the quarterfinals as you for grabs and as such, we expect both sides to fight tooth and nail to etch their names onto it. Read on for our expert tips and predictions.
Dortmund recorded a monumental victory at the first leg at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan. A brace from Haaland alongside a stunning long-ranger from Dahoud meant they went away with three away goals as well. Although, Sevilla are still in the tie as the Spanish outfit managed two goals of their own.
Winning run comes to an end
Dortmund’s amazing four-game winning streak was out to a stop over the weekend in their game against the defending champions. A quick brace from Haaland fired them into an early lead as things were looking bright for the visitors. However, the Bavarians replied with four goals of their own as they ran out of 4-2 winners.
Sevilla unable to find wins
Before that first-leg loss to BVB, Sevilla were on a decent run of nine straight wins in all competitions, keeping clean sheets in the last seven of those nine games. It seems that loss has also affected them psychologically as well as they head into Tuesday’s encounter given that they’ve only won once four games since. They bottled a two-goal lead in the second leg of the Copa Del Rey semifinals against Barcelona and also went on to lose against Elche over the weekend. Will they manage to deal with Dortmund’s attacking threat given their problems ?
Dortmund vs Sevilla Team News
Bono and Alexis Vidal are still both out injured. The home side will be without the services of Akanji, Witsel and Schmelzer
Dortmund possible starting XI:
Burki; Piszcek, Hummels, Zagadou; Meunier, Dahoud, Delaney, Schulz; Reus, Sancho, Haaland
Sevilla possible starting XI:
Vaclik; Navas, Carlos, Kounde, Escudero; Fernando, Rakitic, Jordan; Gomez, Ocampos, En-Nesyri
Dortmund vs Sevilla prediction: 2-1
Sevilla still can’t manage to get out of their head given their recent performances. They would need to be at their best at the back if they’re to pull off this comeback against this Dortmund side. Dortmund. However, with Haaland and Co. in BVB’s ranks, we don’t see them achieving that.