How to Watch Sevilla Vs Real Madrid
La Liga leaders Real Madrid return to business in Week 10 with a visit to Sevilla, returning from an international break that saw them return to the top of Spain’s soccer pyramid. Los Blancos have won the last four meetings between these two teams and are unbeaten against Sevilla since September 2018, failing to win just one of the previous nine meetings. And just like that, Los Nervionense have crushed themselves to start the season, winning just two of their eight games so far this season as they hover dangerously close to the relegation places.
How to watch today Sevilla vs Real Madrid match
Date of Play: October 21, 2023
Game Time: 12:15 p.m. ET
TV: ESPN Deportes
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Despite lifting the Europa League crown last season, Sevilla’s hierarchy had seen enough of Jose Luis Madilibar’s efforts this term and stepped in over the international break in an attempt to make a difference.
Former Inter Miami and Uruguay boss Diego Alonso will therefore make his dugout debut against the toughest opposition imaginable in La Liga’s current environment.
However, Sevilla will look to bring some good fortune under new management, with Alonso set to make his European coaching bow against the continent’s most successful side to date.
And Real’s star vehicle has recruited another world-beater in the shape of England’s Jude Bellingham, who has led the charge this season and looks set to hoover silverware in the Spanish capital:
Jude Bellingham is the first Real Madrid player in the 21st century to score 8 goals in his first 8 LaLiga appearances.
If he keeps up this form, he could become the youngest-ever Ballon d’Or winner in 2023/24.
It just depends on the date of the ceremony… 🔗
— Squawka (@Squawka) October 16, 2023
La Liga’s current top scorer has scored in all but two of his league appearances for Real this term, and will be keen to add another victim to his list in the shape of Sevilla.
Saturday’s test will also see Sergio Ramos take on everything on offer in soccer, against the club for whom he made 671 appearances and reunited with boyhood side Sevilla this summer.
A silver lining for Saturday’s hosts is their home form, with both of Sevilla’s wins so far coming at Ramon Sánchez Pizuan.
That being said, even at the height of Sevilla’s power in recent years this trip poses little threat to Real, with Alonso facing an uphill task if he is to stop Los Merengues cementing their place at the summit.