Manchester City vs Sevilla FC: TV broadcast, live stream, probable lineup and preview

Where to watch the match, kick-off time, line-up: GOAL reveals all the useful information about Manchester City – Sevilla FC

A game without real stakes

“Manchester City” ranked first, and “Seville” ranked thirdc Group G’s current U18 match against the reigning champions of Englandc de Liga will not be at risk in terms of qualification and the rest of the competition.

The City dwellers The Andalusians will be looking to regain confidence after two 0-0 draws (against Copenhagen and Dortmund) in the competition, while looking to confirm the progress made since the arrival of Jorge Sampaoli.

Manchester City vs Sevilla FC date, time and venue

Date: Wednesday, November 2, 2022

City: Manchester

Stadium: Etihad Stadium

Start time: 21:00 French time

Competition: 6th game of the group stage of the 2022-2023 Champions League

Chief referee of the match: Orel Greenfeld

“Manchester City” – “Seville” match can be watched on which channel?

In France, the match will be broadcast on the BeIN Sports channel.

Stream to watch Manchester City vs Sevilla FC

It will also be available to attend the meeting on Streaming through the BeIN CONNECT app.


Retained players, injured players, suspended players for Manchester City – Sevilla FC

The main concern for the Mancunians is clearly Erling Haaland. The Norwegian was ruled out of the game against Leicester at the weekend with a bruised leg and is still in doubt for the clash with Sevilla. Kyle Walker (groin injury) and Calvin Phillips (shoulder injury) will both be absent.

On the Spanish side, Sampaoli will be without Jesus Corona (fibula injury), Fernando (mononucleosis), Tanguy Kouassi (sprain) and Youssef En-Nesyri (Achilles tendon).

Probable lineups for Manchester City vs Sevilla FC

Manchester City : Ederson – Cancelo, Dias, Ake, Gomes – Bernardo, Rodri, Gundogan – Foden, Alvarez, Grealish.

FC Sevilla : Dmitrovic – Navas, Gudelj, Markao, Acuna – Rakitic, Jordan – Januzaj, Isco, Gomes – Mir.

Statistics to be known before the match “Manchester City” – “Seville”.

● “Manchester City” won 3 games against “Sevilla” in the Champions League, scored 9 goals and conceded only 2 goals. Only Dortmund (4 matches) have faced the Spaniards more times without winning the competition.

● Sevilla’s last victory against the English team in the group stage of the Champions League was in November 2007 (3:1 against Arsenal). Since then, he has had 7 such meetings and has not won

(3 draws, 4 losses), last 2 losses 4-0 (against Chelsea and Manchester City).

● Manchester City have won 81% of their home games since their arrival in the Champions League

Pep Guardiola is at the head of the club (26/32). Among managers who have captained a team in at least 20 home games in the competition, Guardiola’s Man City have the highest winning percentage.

● Sevilla are winless in their last 6 away games in the Champions League (5 draws,

1 defeat), i.e. since December 2020 (3-1 under Julen Lopetegui in Rennes).

● Manchester City’s last 2 Champions League matches both ended 0-0 (against Copenhagen in J4 and Dortmund in J5). The only previous time Pep Guardiola has conceded 3 consecutive draws as a manager in the competition was against Barcelona in April-May 2009.

● “Manchester City” striker Erling Haaland scored 28 goals in 23 games in the Champions League.

His rate of one goal per 61 minutes is the best among players who have played more than 10 games in the competition.

● Isco scored for Sevilla in Round 5, his first Champions League goal since February 2020 against Real Madrid against Manchester City. Having participated in 77 games in the competition, he has yet to score in 2 consecutive matches.

● Jack Grealish has made more appearances and scored (31) in the Champions League than any other Manchester City player this season. He also completed more touchdown passes (10) than any of his teammates.

● Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has lost only 2 of his 13 games against Sevilla (9 wins, 2 draws), with his teams scoring an average of 2.5 goals per game (33 in total). His only defeat at home against this TCC opponent came in January 2010, when his Barcelona side lost the Copa del Rey to Manolo Jiménez’s Sevilla (1–2).

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