Barcelona vs Sevilla – Copa del Rey (2nd Leg): Team News, Match Preview
Barcelona confront Sevilla in the second leg of the Spanish Cup semi-last on Wednesday night, with the Blaugrana hoping to topple their two objective shortage exacted on them by Pablo Machin’s group in the principal leg.
The La Liga pioneers, who have won the Spanish Cup in every one of the last four seasons, have the capability of a fifth sequential household container title under genuine risk, after objectives from Pablo Sarabia and Wissam Ben Yedder have put the Andalusian club on the front foot as the sides go to Catalonia for the arrival apparatus.
Ernesto Valverde will require a greatly improved execution from his group in the event that they are to advance, as Sevilla were merited victors from the amusement at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan, as Barcelona’s intensely turned group just overseen one shot on focus amid the diversion.
Barca are probably going to review a few key players to the beginning eleven for the second leg, after Ernesto Valverde settled on the choice to offer a few periphery players the chance to play the diversion in Seville.
The Catalans started their match last Wednesday without key men Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Philippe Coutinho, anyway they could all possibly begin at Camp Nou, in spite of all beginning the La Liga win away at Girona on Sunday.
Valverde will anyway still be without Ousmane Dembele (lower leg) just as long haul truants Samuel Umtiti (knee) and Rafinha (cruciate tendon).
Sevilla should evaluate the wellness of four players on top of things on Wednesday, with Sergi Gomez, Sergio Escudero, Jesus Navas and previous Barcelona man Aleix Vidal all battling with damage issues recently.
Following an extremely decent street prevail upon Girona at the end of the week to achieve eight straight successes in La Liga, Barcelona directs their concentration toward the Copa del Rey as they look for an elimination round spot.
On account of an awful execution and misfortune to Sevilla a week ago, the Blaugrana currently confront a two-objective deficiency and need a three-objective win to progress to the Last Four.
Barça didn’t have Lionel Messi and Luis Suárez played only 20 minutes in the principal leg, however, so they had essentially less capability.
They additionally didn’t have Sergio Busquets, which is a major miss in midfield, and now each of the three are relied upon to begin the second leg.
Barça will likewise have bolster from the Camp Nou swarm, and from supervisor Ernesto Valverde to Lionel Messi, the fans have been asked to help the group all the way and help them make a tremendous rebound.
Yet, this all returns to Messi at last. He’s the best player ever, and he savors these defining moments. In the event that he’s truly secured and prepared to win everything without anyone else (or with some assistance from his Uruguayan mate), Barça have a great opportunity to progress. For whatever length of time that they have Messi, they generally get an opportunity.
Barcelona (4-3-3): Cillessen; Roberto, Piqué, Lenglet, Alba; Rakitic, Busquets, Arthur; Messi, Suárez, Coutinho
Sevilla (3-1-4-2): Soriano; Mercado, Kjaer, Sergi Gómez; Amadou; Promes, Sarabia, Banega, Arana; André Silva, Ben Yedder