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Lens vs Sevilla prediction, free betting tips & odds

Date: 12th December 2023
Kick-Off: 17:45 UK
Venue: Stade Bollaert-Delelis

Lens hosts Sevilla in round 6 of the UEFA Champions League at Stade Bollaert-Delelis on 12th December 2023. Referee Felix Zwayer will be in charge of the game. Read on ti find out more about this meeting in this fixture preview.

Lens vs Sevilla prediction

Lens vs Sevilla – Free betting tips

Lens have one leg in the UCL but a loss here means they will fall back to the Europa League places as they currently sit third in Group B of the UEFA Champions League. The following are the best free Lens vs Sevilla predictions:

Match result – Lens to win

In the first Lens vs Sevilla prediction, we have settled on the hosts to bag maximum points. Lens managed to grab a point away from home in the reverse leg when they travelled to Spain in September. The game ended 1-1. The French hosts have been relentless and this clash with Sevilla is a chance they have to prove themselves worthy of the UEFA Champions League competition.  With Sevilla out of depth, we think Lens are the overwhelming favourite.

Total match goals prediction – Under 2.5 goals

In the second Lens vs Sevilla prediction, our betting tip backs a low-scoring line. With the current challenges that Sevilla have, playing away from home is something that comes fast at them. Sevilla are only 4 points above the relegation zone in the domestic league, so a trip to Lens could compound their miseries and remain grounded at the bottom of Group B of the UEFA Champions League.

Correct score prediction – 2-0 to Lens

In the final Lens vs Sevilla prediction, we expect Lens to bag a clean-sheet win against Sevilla. The visitors have struggled to score more than a goal in recent outings while Lens' defence kept three clean sheets in their last five games across all competitions. We are tipping a 2-0 victory for Lens on 12th December when they host Sevilla in round 6 of the UCL.

Lens vs Sevilla team news

Lens have several injury concerns ahead of this UCL clash with Sevilla. Sishuba, Machado, Cabot, and Farinez are all ruled out of this game. On the other hand, Sevilla will travel without Fernando, Navas, Bade, Acuna, Diaz, Nianzou, Suso, Fernando (red card), Ocampos (red card), Pastor, and Lamela. The long injury losts have cost Sevilla important games and with Ocampos suspended, this will be a tough climb for the Spanish visitors.

Lens predicted lineup vs Sevilla

Samba, Gradit, Medina, Aguilar, Aynaoui, Samed, Frankowski, Da Costa, Thomasson, and Wahi.

Sevilla predicted lineup vs Lens

Dmitorvic, Sanchez, Gudeji, Ramos, Pedrosa, Rakitik, Soumane, Sow, Ocampos, En-Neysri, and Januzaj.

Is Ocampos fit?

Ocampos is fit but suspended since picking a red card against PSV back on 29th November. The Sevilla forward has been an instrumental part of the Spanish side, especially in European competitions, so his absence will be a big loss to the visitors in this crucial game. After all, Sevilla have almost no chance of going to the next round of the UCL, not even dropping to the Europa League as they currently sit on the last spot in Group B.

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Lens vs Sevilla – Tickets

The tickets for Lens vs Sevilla are on sale on Len's website. For those who have travelled to Lens, you can physically check in at the ticketing office to book your place. There are limited slots for the away fans, so ensure to buy your ticket on time to avoid paying for overpriced tickets on reseller websites or to ticket vendors.

FAQs – Lens vs Sevilla

  • Who will be the referee in charge of the Lens vs Sevilla Champions League clash on 12th December 2023? Felix Zwayer will be the match official.
  • What is the capacity of the match venue?  Stade-Bollaert-Delelis has a total of 38, 223 seats.
  • How did the reverse leg end? It ended 1-1 at home to Sevilla.

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