Real Madrid v Sevilla: Mourinho moves to bounce back from Champions League despair

Real Madrid v Sevilla, Sunday 11:00

With a cup double now out of the question, Jose Mourinho will focus the entirety of his efforts upon retrieving the La Liga title for Real Madrid as Betvictor post free bets and tip the capital outfit to send Sevilla packing from the Santiago Bernabeu.

The Spaniards were knocked out of the Champions League in dramatic fashion, losing out on penalties to Bayern Munich during the week and league triumph will prove the only feasible distraction to their midweek misfortune.

Real need only win their next two matches to seal the Spanish league, assuming that closest and only rivals for top spot, Barcelona, win their remaining games.

Although their defence hasn’t been the same pedigree of usual champions, the Real attack has been more than up to the challenge this season, scoring an average of 3.71 goals when playing on their home turf.

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Mourinho’s men have failed to score in just one match at the Bernabeu this campaign – a 0-0 stalemate against Valencia earlier this month – but without a European tournament to distract them the Portuguese will be hoping that his side can now finish the league term with a flourish.

Following a dismal slump in form at the turn of the year, Sevilla have put their names back in contention for a top six finish and are just two points off sixth spot Atletico Madrid.

However, Michel González’s side are without a win in their last two games and won’t have the easiest route back to winning ways on their trip to Madrid this weekend.

The Sevillistas have managed to keep clean sheets in an impressive 41% of away matches this season but will face a considerable test against the magnanimous Real attack on Sunday.

Sevilla have incentive of their own but with the La Liga championship just inches away from Real’s grip, Los Merengues’ cause will likely prove too great on this occasion.

Tom is a recent graduate with a degree in Broadcasting from Brighton University, having written for a variety of sports publications, as well as a keen football fan and season ticket holder.