Sevilla FC officially kicked off the season on Thursday, far away from Spain. Three hours in a plane separated Seville from the team and the brave fans who traveled in these complicated circumstances. Three days later, it's time to get ready for domestic competition. And barring Real Betis, it is the shortest trip for an away trip the team will make this season. Sevilla FC will come up against Cádiz, a team that has progressively rising up to reach the heights of the 2005/06 team, the last time the two teams faced off in La Liga.
Sevilla FC arrive with the fatigue of having played extra-time in Hungary only three days ago. It remains to be seen whether this causes any changes in the starting XI chosen by Julen Lopetegui. Of those who travelled to Budapest, only Juan Soriano and Carlos Fernández have not made the trip to Cádiz. The remaining 23 made the trip down the motorway last night to Cádiz and all 23 of them will be able to be counted on during the match at the Ramón de Carranza.
Cádiz have one injury, Luismi Quezada