After the international break, Real Madrid faces FC Sevilla in the 10th round of La Liga at Sánchez-Pizjuan stadium this Saturday at 6:30 pm. The Madrid team has been leading the championship since the beginning of the season and has only lost once in the Madrid derby. The team has won 8 out of 9 matches, with Jude Bellingham being the top scorer of the league with a total of 8 goals. This match is also an opportunity for Real Madrid to reunite with Sergio Ramos, who returned to his former club this season. On the other hand, Sevilla has had a difficult start to the season, and during the international break, they parted ways with their coach Jose Luis Mendilibar, who was replaced by Diego Alonso, the former coach of Uruguay. Sevilla is currently ranked 14th in the league with only 8 points.
On the field, Ancelotti’s Real Madrid is playing in the classic 4-4-2 diamond formation, with Vinicius Jr and Rodrygo leading the attack, supported by Bellingham. Mendy is the left-back, Tchouaméni is in midfield with Kroos and Valverde. For his first eleven, Diego Alonso has chosen a 4-3-3 formation with Ramos and Gudelj in the center of defense. Soumaré is accompanied by Rakitic and Sow in midfield. En-Nesyri will be in the forefront, surrounded by Lukebakio and Ocampos.
The official team lineups are as follows:
FC Sevilla: Nyland – Navas, Gudelj, Ramos (captain), Acuna – Sow, Rakitic – Ocampos, En-Nesyri, Lukebakio.
Real Madrid: Kepa – Carvajal (captain), Rüdiger, Alaba, Mendy – Valverde, Tchouaméni, Kroos – Bellingham – Vinicius Jr, Rodrygo.
This match promises to be interesting, with Real Madrid looking to maintain their lead in the league and Sevilla hoping to climb up the rankings. The return of Ramos to his former club adds an extra level of excitement to the game. Fans of both teams will be eagerly waiting to see how the match will play out.