Two teams enjoying widely differing runs of form meet each in Vigo this Saturday for matchday 31 of the Liga BBVA. Sevilla, who come into this match fresh off the back of beating Real Madrid and extending their run of straight victories to six, travel to take on Celta Vigo, who have not won at home since the January 24.
Despite the bookies' predictions, the Sevilla coach, Unai Emery, was careful not to be overly confident about winning this clash, a result that would move the Andalusian outfit even closer to fourth place in the division, something that seemed almost impossible just a few months ago.
"Its better not to think about it because we don't want to confuse ourselves. We are only focused on what is in front of us: we lie fifth in the league and are solid, but that can all change on Saturday". After Wednesday's massive effort against Real Madrid, the away side will be without some key players, for example in goals, where Beto is a doubt due to some muscle problems.
Facing them is a Celta side that has been struggling of late, having lost four of their last five encounters. On top of that, Luis Enrique won't know until the last minute whether one of his pillars in attack, Rafinha, is able to overcome an injury in his foot in time to play. "It is a side that motivates us. We have to play very well, make very few mistakes and make life as hard as possible for them", the Asturian coach said ahead of the match.