This should be easy fixture for Sevilla. They playing good attacking football at home, and must take care of bussiness this evening.
Spanish giants are heavy favourites both on the night and over two legs, but their main challenge will be to keep things quiet at the back here. Slavia Prague proved their attacking quality by netting four goals past Belgian Genk in the reverse fixture of the last 32 round tie after the first leg in the Czech capital offered no goals.
The team led by Jindich Trpisovsky are doing well in domestic league where they are three points clear off the second-placed Viktoria Plzen after 23 rounds. Slavia notched at least three goals in each of last three games in all competitions and we would not be shocked to see them taking advantage of Sevilla’s obvious defensive holes here.
Nolito is out for Sevilla, while there are doubts over the fitness of both Maxime Gonalons, who has been out for a while, and Sergio Escudero.