Sevilla are out for all three points when they take on La Liga leaders Real Madrid on Sunday night.
The hosts are currently third on the Spanish league table with 60 points, level with second place Barcelona.
While Madrid remain top with 72 points, looking to be on course for a record-extending 34th title.
Sevilla were 4-2 winners against Granada last time out, while Madrid beat Getafe 2-0 before losing 3-2 to Chelsea in the Champions League.
Sevilla’s home form this season has been excellent, picking up 37 points from their 15 league matches, remaining unbeaten in the process.
They have also conceded the fewest number of goals (22) in the top flight this season.
Will Real extend their lead atop the standings or can Sevilla stun the league leaders?
Play here to make your predictions for the heated encounter.
What time does Sevilla vs Real Madrid start?
The game kicks off at 10pm Kenyan time at the Ramon-Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium.
Sevilla vs Real Madrid team news
Thomas Delaney is still not fit enough to feature and joins Suso, Karim Rekik and Fernando on the sidelines.
Ivan Rakitic will start and ahead of him Anthony Martial, Lucas Ocampos and Jesus Manuel Corona are all set to start as well.
Rafa Mir put on a show from the bench against Granada and he may earn a spot in the starting XI for his efforts.
The visitors will be without injured Marcelo, Ferland Mendy and Eden Hazard through injury, while Casemiro is suspended.
Rodrygo may be called upon to start alongside Vinicius Junior and talisman Karim Benzema in attack.
Sevilla vs Real Madrid head to head
From 53 matches played between these two teams, the away side has won majority (33), while Sevilla have managed to come out on top 16 times.
Only 4 games have resulted in a draw.
Sevilla vs Real Madrid current form
Both sides have lost 2 games in their most recent run of 5, though Sevilla have only managed 1 win in that period, while Madrid have won the remaining 3.
Sevilla vs Real Madrid prediction
This is a tough one to call but it’s most likely that both teams will get their names on the scoresheet. Madrid are the stronger side but a draw could potentially be the most likely outcome.