Sevilla FC vs Girona FC, in MD3 of the LALIGA EASPORTS season. Kick-off at the Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán is scheduled for 21:30 CEST.
Last three home matches against Girona
In fact, we have only hosted Girona three times in the top flight. Pablo Sarabia scored the only goal in the 2017/18 season, while he got on the scoresheet again the following season in a 2-0 win - Banega scored the other. Last season saw the Catalan side run out 2-0 winners.
Girona’s transfer window
Girona have broken their transfer record this summer, bringing in Ukrainian attacker Dovbyk from Dnipro, but their most notable signing is the arrival of Daley Blind from Bayern. Iván Martín and Gazzaniga have joined on permanent deals, while Yan Couto and Pablo Torre have joined on loan. In terms of outgoings, Oriol Romeu has joined Barcelona, while other players have not signed permanently after a loan spell last season, such as Taty Castellanos, Rodrigo Riquelme and Yangel Herrera.
José Luis Mendilibar has named a 23-man squad for the clash. New signing Lukebakio is in the squad, while Badé is back from suspension. Fernando Reges misses out. The squad is as follows: Dmitrovic, Nyland, Matías, Jesús Navas, Juanlu, Gattoni, Gudelj, Badé, Kike Salas, Pedrosa, Sow, Joan Jordán, Manu Bueno, Rakitic, Óliver Torres, Ocampos, Lukebakio, Papu Gómez, Suso, Tecatito, Lamela, En-Nesyri and Rafa Mir.
Jesús Gil Manzano will referee tonight’s match, while Muñiz Ruiz is on VAR duty.