"Sevilla" in modern history is known primarily for its regular victories in the European League, but for the second year the Spanish club has tried its strength in the Champions League.
Liverpool led, courtesy of Daniel Sturridge, before a trio of Sevilla goals secured the "three-peat", their third consecutive Europa League win. This time, it was a redemption mission, and this time he came out of it in a much more favourable light.
Bartomeu was in great spirit following Barcelona's 3-0 win over Juventus last night where he commented on Messi's immediate future with the club.
One of those, midfielder Guido Pizarro, insists that result in Basle two years ago has no bearing on this game for either side. The final whistle sucked the life out of Anfield and for many also signalled the beginning of the end of Brendan Rodgers' tenure as manager. Our bet is the hosts' victory.More news: Apple unveils iPhone X
BT Sport 2 will be broadcasting the match with their programme starting at 7pm.
Their hosts will probably be in less lofty spirits after taking a 5-0 thrashing to Manchester City on Saturday. Simon Mignolet could therefore make way by dropping to the bench. "We don't want to underestimate this, it looks awful and Ederson was lucky nothing more serious happened in this situation".
"I'm sure all the Liverpool supporters around the world are ready to wait another 24 hours". Ever Banega is available for the away side after serving a suspension at the weekend.
But, while Salah was setting good marks, his team-mate Roberto Firmino picked up an inglorious distinction as well on Wednesday.
City's impressive start to the new season, which has seen them take 10 points from a possible 12, has seen them described as favourites for the Premier League title by a number of pundits.
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