Opponents Real Betis are a mid-table team and now 12th with 33 points from 27 games.
The La Liga season is ready to restart with one of the closest title battles in recent memory.
Sevilla will be eager to get back to the field and continue rising in the table, playing for a Champions League qualification. Suso, Luuk de Jong and Lucas Ocampos make up the front three for the hosts and the trio have a lot of goals in them. As for Betis, the squad will travel without William Carvalho, Juanmi and Diego Lainez. Loren Moron could pip Borja Iglesias for the lone striker role with manager Rubi opting for a five man compact midfield. Spain's southernmost autonomous region of Andalusia will set the stage for the curtain raiser, as Sevilla welcome fellow Seville team Real Betis for "El Gran Derbi", described as one of the most intense of the cross-city derbies in Spain.
Betis on the other hand have not been almost as successful as their neighbours, and are now languishing in 12th place in the league eight points off the relegation zone and will need everything available from their remaining fixtures to keep their La Liga status intact for another year. The Spanish La Liga 2019-20 match is going to be held at Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan in Sevilla.
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Spanish bookmakers and wider media stakeholders have criticised the Ministry of Consumer Affairs for sanctioning a rash decision that eliminated a "grace period" to encourage betting firms to fulfil advertising contracts with media partners before the start of the football season 2020/2021 in September. Live streaming of the match will be available online.
"In moments when the game is stopped, this image of fans can be transformed into a canvas that matches the colour of the home team and will carry institutional messages among other offerings", La Liga added.
But for the moment everything is speculation: all that is sure at the moment is that after three months of lockdown, Spaniards (and viewers around the world) will be able to watch football on their TV once again and that is a small sign that after months of sacrifice, things are slowly returning to normal.