Sevilla FC: The Femenino seeks to claim itself in Catalan lands

This Saturday March 11 at 12:00, the Sevilla FC Women will play the twenty-first day of the F League Those of Cristian Toro will face the lift the flats, fourteenth classified in the championship. The Andalusians need to vindicate themselves, in a certain way, after their defeat, last weekend, against the Lift UD. On the other hand, the Catalans will look for their fifth victory that has resisted them for the last five days. The duel will be broadcast by DAZN.

Situation of both teams

last day, Lift UD (3rd) put a stop to Sevilla FC’s positive streak. The Nervionenses accumulated three consecutive wins and they had not known defeat since January 7 against the FC Barcelona. The Valencians beat the Sevillians at the Jesús Navas by four goals to two. However, Cristian Toro’s men took the lead in the match when not even a minute had been played. The visitors knew how to recover from the goal and there were up to four ax blows suffered by the Andalusians. Erika Gonzalez, he put on his work overalls and scored a crucial double for the aspirations of Sánchez Vera’s men. 8 minutes from the end, Silvia Meseguer made up the win. Despite the setback, the team from Seville remained in seventh position with 26 points.

He lift the flats they will play their second game in a row at home. The Catalans will receive Sevilla FC after reaping a two-way draw with Sevilla’s greatest rival, Real Betis.Hair They have not known victory since January 14 against Alavés. last day, villages, salvaged a point 6 minutes from the end when the result marked 1-2. The Catalan team is fourteenth with 17 points. A balance of four wins, five draws and eleven setbacks. It should be noted that in defense they are not living their best moment. Are the fourth club with the most goals conceded of the First Women’s Division (48).

“It will be a difficult game on a tough pitch”

Christian Bull appeared before the club’s media and left a series of interesting statements. The Argentine coach highlighted: «The work week has been very good, the girls trained well, they are looking forward to it. It is a difficult match against a difficult opponent, we have to be aware of the type of match we are going to have. We believe that we have the potential to seek victories.

He continued to place his trust in his footballers who are having problems as visitors: «We want to go to Barcelona to compete and enjoy the game. It is true that it has been difficult to win away from home. It is always important to make yourself strong at home and go out and compete abroad.”

Collegiate of Levante las Planas-Sevilla FC

Olatz Rivera Olmedo will be in charge of directing Levante las Planas-Sevilla FC on matchday 21 of the F League. The Bilbao native has refereed eight games this season, including three against the Seville team (Betis, Sporting de Huelva and Villarreal).

Possible elevens of Levante las Planas and Sevilla FC

Sevilla FC Femenino will seek to vindicate themselves after the defeat suffered, last day, against Levante UD. Christian Bull He will opt for his usual formation (5-4-1). The goal will defend it sullastres. Line of three in the rear with Diana Gomes, Silvia Meseguer and Eva Llamas. Double pivot for Cahynvová and Amanda. by the lanes they will be Deborah and Toni Payne. As organizers behind the forward will be located Inma Gabarro and Jessica Martinez. Up front, Sevilla’s goalscorer, Martin-Prieto.

Sevilla FC Women: Sullastres; Diana Gomes, Silvia Meseguer, Eva Llamas; Cahynova, Amanda; Deborah, Toni Payne; Inma Gabarro, Jessica Martinez; Martin-Prieto.

He lift the flats will try to return to the path of victory after several days of drought in the F League. Ferrán Cabello will line up Bacic, under sticks. Defense of four with Nuria, Bou, Mora and Martinez. In the center of the field they will be Mrabet, Muth and Yan Lina. on the right wing Elena Julve, to the left uribe and up villages.

lift the flats: Bacić; Nuria, Bou, Mora, Martinez; Mrabet, Muth, Yan Lina; Elena Julve, Uribe, Vilas.

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