Retos González’s forecast for Sevilla – Barça

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Sevilla host Barça this Saturday (4:15 pm) at the Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán in the most attractive match of matchday 25 in LaLiga Santander. The Andalusian team is fourth with 48 points and the Catalan third with two more, although with one more game played. This will be the second of the three clashes in which Sevilla players and Catalans are measured in February, after the 2-0 in the first leg of the Copa del Rey semifinals and the return match to be played next Wednesday in the Camp Nou.

The good moment in the league for both teams, with Sevilla six consecutive victories and with Barça undefeated since December 5, invites us to think that it will be a great duel. For this reason, Gonzalez challenges He has looked at it to make his pick. The renowned tipster considers that Barça will have more than 52.5% possession in the match.

“Possession always has a bit of risk, but looking at the data of both teams and the current circumstances of Barça, it is interesting to test this forecast,” explains the social network analyst Betsfy, who has studied the previous statistics. “Barça is the LaLiga team with the most possession, with an average 65.5%, while Sevilla’s is 62.6”, he details.

In the global count of the 24 games played by Ronald Koeman’s team, “it has exceeded the 52.5% line on 23 occasions.” In only one game did he register a lower figure, in the defeat against Real Madrid at the Camp Nou (1-3) on October 24. “It was just 52%, bordering on the success,” he says. Gonzalez challenges.

In addition, if the previous clashes between Seville and Barcelona are taken into account, “it has been fulfilled in the last five occasions. In other words, we would have a full hit ”.

Under all these premises, and understanding that Barça “will try to improve its image and show its face in a decisive stretch of the season”, Gonzalez challenges advises to bet, on Kirolbet, because the culé team will have more than 52.5% possession in their duel against Sevilla.

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