Real Sociedad vs Sevilla: Time and how to watch the Live Stream


Yousseff En-Nesyri of Sevilla FC faces Nacho Monreal of Real Sociedad

Real Sociedad and Sevilla will face off on Sunday at the Reale Arena in San Sebastian. This match corresponding to the fifth date is one that sees two teams having high expectations that is going to be a measuring stick early in the season.

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In the United States, the game (starts at 10:15 am ET) will not be seen on television, but anyone in the United States can watch Real Sociedad vs Sevilla live on ESPN +:


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Previous Real Sociedad vs Sevilla

Real Sociedad is among the first four of the table with nine points and they can reach the top of Spanish football if some things favor them. That said, there are certain things that raise doubts as multiple players will not count. They also face an opponent that they have not been able to defeat since December 2017. This season they have won the two games they played at home, although the rival on this date is more competitive than those they have faced at home.

His Europa League match against PSV left the team very weak and Imanol Aguacil will not be able to contact David Silva, Jon Guridi, Carlos Fernández, Nacho Monreal and Diego Rico due to injuries.

Also, Asier Illarramendi, Ander Barrenetxea. Joseba Zaldúa and Robin Le Normand suffered blows and if they are not taken care of, that list of injuries can grow.

For this, the white-blue he will have to depend on his quarry to be able to have a complete squad for the game against the Andalusians.

Sevilla are with seven points and still have a pending match since their match against Alavés was postponed.

The Nervionense team returns to the Basque Country and seeks to win their second in a row in Donostia. This could help them maintain their good league momentum as they have not lost in their last seven games against La Real. During this stages the visitors have scored 14 goes compared to the seven of the one who will be the local.

The last time Sevillas lost to the Basques was on December 12, 2017. In that match, La Real won 3-1 in what ended up being Carlos Vela’s last match with the club.

Like their rival, Sevilla also had problems in their match in European competitions after drawing a goal at Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán against Red Bull Salzburg and they have some problems in the dressing room.

The news that has generated a lot of repercussion is the new absence of Jules Koundé. The defender has been absent from training and his future in the team is still up for grabs. The relationship between the player and the club appears to have declined after his possible transfer to Chelsea fell hours before closing the pass book.

Koundé did not travel to Elche last week as he mentioned that he was not “mentally ready to play.”

Julen Lopetegui may not have Argentine Marcos Acuña available after suffering a run blow, this injury gives Ludwig Augustinsson the possibility to start.

Real Sociedad probable XI: Álex Remiro; Ander Gorosabel, Aritz Elustondo, Robin Le Normand, Aihen Muñoz; Martin Zubimendi, Mikel Merino, David Silva; Portu, Alexander Isak, Mikel Oyarzabal

Seville probably XI: Yassine Bono; Gonzalo Montiel, Diego Carlos, Jules Koundé, Ludwig Augustinsson; Joan Jordán, Fernando, Thomas Delaney; Eric Lamela, Youssef En Nesyri, Lucas Ocampos

Head to Head: Previous Matches: 126 Real Sociedad Wins: 48 (171 goals) Sevilla Wins: 46 (168 goals) Draws: 32

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