Sevilla and Barcelona battle it out in the Copa del Rey semi-finals on Wednesday (Thursday AEDT) and the match is available to watch online via desktop and mobile.
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Sevilla vs Barcelona Match Details
🇪🇸 Competition: Copa del Rey
🗓 Date: Wednesday February 10 (Thursday February 11 AEDT)
⏰ Time: 7.00am AEDT
🏟 Stadium: Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan
Head to Head
- 5/10/20: Barcelona 1-1 Sevilla
- 20/6/20: Sevilla 0-0 Barcelona
- 7/10/19: Barcelona 4-0 Sevilla
- 24/2/19: Sevilla 2-4 Barcelona
- 31/1/19: Barcelona 6-1 Sevilla
Sevilla vs Barcelona Tips & Predictions
A place in the final of the Copa del Rey is up for grabs on Wednesday night as Sevilla and Barcelona collide in the semi-finals.
Sevilla have hit top form in recent fixtures and come into this clash on the back of a four-match winning streak. Their defence has been excellent, with Sevilla winning six of their last seven matches to nil.
Furthermore, Sevilla have conceded no more than one goal in their four La Liga matches at home to Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid since the start of 2019/20.
That defence should help them against a Barcelona side who has scored eight goals in their last two games. Barcelona have struggled in Cup competition recently and have needed extra time in two of their last three Copa del Rey ties – another low-scoring, cagey affair could be on the cards here.