On 16.03.2023, Fenerbahce Istanbul will have Sevilla FC in Istanbul on the matchday of the Global Clubs UEFA Europa Association. Fans at home and in the Sukru Saracoglu Stadium will be able to watch Michael Oliver blow the first whistle for this league game at 05:45 UTC.
After losing to Sevilla 2-0 in the Europa League the previous time they played here, Fenerbahce will want to improve. Fenerbahçe had 46% possession in that match, and they made 12 shots on goal, five of which were successful. Five of Sevilla’s nine attempts on goal were successful.
Sevilla got two goals from Joan Jordán (56′) and Erik Lamela (85′). Matches including Fenerbahçe have ended up being engrossing ones of late with high scoring being a typical trademark. At an average of 3.33 goals per game, both teams have scored 20 goals in their six previous encounters, with Fenerbahçe scoring 14 of those goals.
We’ll just have to wait and see if that pattern continues here. In their previous match, Sevilla defeated UD Almera 2-1 to advance to this one. Sevilla had 56% possession and 27 shots, five of which were successful. Lucas Ocampos (45′) and Erik Lamela (73′) scored for Sevilla.
Almera, on the other hand, made 14 shots on goal, 5 of which were successful. For UD Almera, Sergio Akieme scored from 2′. Goals have been scored 21 times in the previous six games that Sevilla has played, giving them a mean average of 3.5 goals per game, indicating their preference for high-scoring contests. From this total, their opponents have received 13.
Sevilla, in our opinion, might have a hard time scoring against Fenerbahçe, who we think will score at least once to get the upper hand. When the final whistle sounds, we’ve decided to give Fenerbahçe a narrow victory by a score of 1-0. We anticipate that it will be that close.
Fenerbahce and Sevilla will meet for the fifth time on Thursday. While the visitors have won three of their previous matches, the hosts have only won one. Fenerbahce has had 10 serious gatherings against Spanish resistance, winning only one of those games and losing the other nine.
The guests have had eight serious gatherings against Turkish resistance, dominating five of those matches, drawing one and losing the other two. In this matchup, the hosts have not kept a clean sheet in four games.
This season, only two of Sevilla’s seven league victories have come at home. With 58 goals, Sar Kanaryalar has the best offensive record in the Turkish top flight-this season.
Having demonstrated his wellness in a 23-minute excursion from the substitutes’ seat last week, Michy Batshuayi could get back to the Fenerbahce assault. Diego Rossi may also be drafted back into the team, while Joshua King and Miguel Crespo might not be selected.
Sampaoli must strike a balance when selecting his Sevilla team for this Sunday’s crucial match at Getafe. Given that Youssef En-Nesyri has started the last three games, Rafa Mir may get the start in attack, and Lamela may be given a chance to start.
In spite of the fact that Loic Bade dazzled on his return from injury versus Almeria, Sampaoli is probably not going to take a chance with the January appearance, possibly involving Alex Telles in a back three and Marcos Acuna playing at left wing-back.
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