Barcelona welcome Sevilla to Camp Nou on Sunday in a highly-anticipated La Liga fixture, with both outfits in fine form heading into the game.
Both clubs boast 100% records in the league this season, having each won their first two matches.
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The match kicks off at 8:00PM at the Nou Camp, Barcelona on Sunday 4th October 2020.
Despite all the controversy surrounding Lionel Messi’s future at the club, boss Ronald Koeman has enjoyed the perfect start to life in the Barca dugout.
The Argentine forward has unsurprisingly been key to their successful start.
The Catalan outfit have scored seven goals and are yet to concede, beating Villarreal and Celta Vigo 4-0 and 3-0 respectively.
They head into Sunday’s game full of confidence, but a tough test awaits in the form of Europa League champions Sevilla.
Julien Lopetegui’s side bounced back from their UEFA Super Cup final defeat to Champions League winners Bayern by defeating Cadiz 3-1.
They then edged past Levante 1-0, with Youssef En-Nesyri netting a 92nd-minute winner.
Despite the positive result, Sevilla will certainly need to improve if they are to take anything from this weekend’s fixture.
The home side have been given odds of 7/11 to clinch all three points.
The visitors are available at 9/2 to pick up a win, with a draw currently available at 10/3.
Koeman undoubtedly looks like he is out to prove the doubters wrong. The former Everton boss has guided his side to a rapid start as they look to take back the title from the hands of Real Madrid.
Two clean sheets from two games is the perfect start, and they are currently 15/8 to keep another.
Their opponents can be backed at 13/2 to record back-to-back clean sheets.
But Barca not only have Messi within their ranks, with youngster Ansu Fati proving he is more than able to step up when needed.
The 17-year-old already has three league goals for the new campaign, netting twice against Villarreal and once against Celta.
Fati can be backed at 11/2 to score first, and 17/10 to score anytime.