Sevilla FC have a new league challenge this Saturday evening, practically 72 hours after beating Valencia in the midweek fixture. After the convincing win against Bordalás' side, RCD Espanyol come to the Sánchez-Pizjuán. Espanyol are one of La Liga's historic clubs and have returned to the First Division after suffering relegation in the 19/20 season. The last time they visited Nervión came days before lockdown in Spain and ended with a 2-2 draw.
Julen Lopetegui's team are fourth in the league, with a game in hand, sitting on 11 points. We will be looking to secure our third consecutive league win at home after wins against Rayo Vallecano and Valencia. In the pre-match press conference, Julen warned that Espanyol 'attack, defend and compete well - they are a dynamic and strong team.'
RCD Espanyol come to Seville with four points after overcoming two back-to-back defeats
Espanyol are making their second trip to Seville this week after drawing 2-2 with Real Betis last Sunday. Vicente Moreno's team come into the game having won four out of six points after beating Deportivo Alavés on Wednesday. They are thirteenth in the league.
The match starts at 18:30 CEST at the Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán and the referee will be González Fuertes. Martínez Munuera will be on VAR duties.