On September 6th, 2022, Man City will take on Sevilla in the UEFA Champions League. Man City vs Sevilla will be a highly anticipated match, as both teams are among the best in Europe. Manchester City is known for its strong offensive play, while Sevilla is known for its strong defense. This match will likely be close, as both teams are evenly matched. Here are six things to know about this upcoming match.
Man City vs Sevilla Preview:
UEFA Champions League will be having an exciting confrontation between Manchester City and Sevilla in the Group G clash of the 2022-23 edition on Wednesday at Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium, Seville. Manchester City is currently enjoying an excellent outing in Premier League, as they are at the second rank with four victories out of the six games. On the other hand, Sevilla suffered a 3-0 setback to Barcelona in La Liga, where they currently sit in 16th place. Both teams will be looking to win their first Champions League game.
When does the match between Sevilla and Manchester City begin?
Sevilla will play Manchester City tonight, Tuesday, September 6.
It begins at 8 p.m. UK time / 9 p.m. local time.
The Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium in Sevilla has been designated as the venue for this significant match, with a capacity of 43,883 spectators.
City won both group games in the 2015/16 campaign, which included a 3-1 triumph in Sevilla.
What TV channel is Sevilla vs. Manchester City on, and can I watch it live?
The match between Sevilla and Manchester City will be televised LIVE on BT Sport 2.
The pre-match build-up is expected to continue from 7 pm UK time – one hour before kick-off.
BT Sport’s subscribers can stream the full action live on the BT Sport website or BT Sport app.
News from the Team:
Julen Lopetegui’s injury issue in defense continues as the Sevilla boss is expected to be without Marcao and Karim Rekik who are both spending time in the treatment room.
In addition, Jesus Corona is projected to be out until 2023 due to a fibula fracture.
Lopetgui, on the other hand, has the option of recalling Papu Gomez, Thomas Delaney, and former Manchester City winger Jesus Navas.
In other news, Kyle Walker is still out, which could mean that Joao Cancelo is moved to the right side.
However, the summer signing Following his shoulder problems, Kalvin Phillips could be in line to make his debut.
Latest odds: Sevilla 15/2, Draw 4/1, Man City 4/11.
The hosts are in such awful form right now that it’s difficult to see how they can overcome City, even if Guardiola’s team has been reasonably slack defensively of late.