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Barcelona is looking to maintain the perfect start to the league under Ronald Koeman when they welcome Sevilla this Sunday (from 20.00 CET).
After a tumultuous summer with another leadership change, Barça reacted well and won their first league games against Villarreal and Celta Vigo by a combined 7-0.
It remains to be seen if they can seriously question the title given the noise still coming from the Camp Nou. But while they have a focused and hungry Lionel Messi they should be considered favourites and he enjoys playing against Los Nervionenes.
Julen Lopetegui’s men went 100% to Catalonia after two matches but, unlike their hosts, Sevilla has not taken a step in front of goal and scored four goals in wins against Cadiz (3-1) and Levante 1- 0).
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Barcelona & Sevilla’s line-ups:
- Barcelona: Neto; Roberto, Piqué, Lenglet*, Alba; F. de Jong, Busquets; Griezmann, Coutinho, Fati; Messi.
- Sevilla: Bono; Navas, Koundé, Diego Carlos, Escudero; Fernando Reges, Jordán, Rakitic; Ocampos, L. De Jong; Munir.
Clement Lenglet signed up for a game after seeing the Reds in Barca’s win over Celta Vigo earlier this week.
Ronald Koeman has also had to deal with up to four players, including goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen and centre-back Samuel Umtiti, neither of whom will be available for football in the future.
Meanwhile, Sevilla was breaking out a sweat in the form of three players: Brian Gill, Carlos Fernandez and doubtful Pablo Perez.