Sevilla FC – Cádiz, the compositions: Tecatito, Lamela and En-Nesyri, new in attack


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Sevilla FC will play their last friendly match of the pre-season against Cádiz CF at the Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán (9:00 p.m.), on the occasion of the 11th edition of the Antonio Puerta Trophy. After a few first summer engagements in which he left good feelings against Tottenham, Sporting de Portugal and Angers, the Sevillians came out badly of their stay in England, where they were beaten 6-0 by Arsenal and, the next day, by 1-0. against Leicester, sounding the alarm over the team’s needs for the official start of the season. With this last summer test, and without the Nervionense squad having changed too much since the last game at the King Power Stadium, Julen Lopetegui’s men will try to arrive in a better state of mind and better feelings for their league debut. , scheduled for next Friday 12 at El Sadar. , against Osasuna.

The eleven that the Basque coach could choose for said match could be likened to the one he leaves for this last friendly match against Cadiz. The starting lineup with which Lopetegui starts the Antonio Puerta Trophy is made up of: Bono, Jesús Navas, Gudelj, Rekik, Acuña, Delaney, Jordán, Papu Gómez, Tecatito, Lamela and En-Nesyri

Marcao, Suso and Rafa Mir are still available, although the latter should arrive in good condition for next Friday’s league debut in Pamplona. The one who came to this meeting was Papu Gómez, who started as a starter in the eleven tonight

Likewise, Lopetegui chooses to give continuity to the pair of central defenders formed by Gudelj and Rekik, given the limitations that Sevilla present in this area. For his part, the new Sevilla player, Alex Telles, will wait his turn on the bench.

For his part, the former Sevilla player Álvaro Negredo is the big absentee from the Cadista call for this match. Like Sevilla, the Cadiz side still have new signings coming in to fully build their squad. At the moment, Zaldua and Awer Mabil are the new faces this summer at Nuevo Mirandilla, while Rubén Alcaraz and Víctor Chust have been acquired as property after arriving at Cádiz last year on loan.

As for their pre-season, the Cadista side have had five previous friendlies, in addition to today’s, to arrive in prime condition for their La Liga start against Real Sociedad next Sunday. They emerged victorious in their first two games against Barbate (0-6) and Málaga (2-0), while in the third they drew 1-1 against Las Palmas. However, like the Sevillians, Cadiz comes to this XI Antonio Puerta Trophy after adding two previous defeats against Lille (0-1) and Atlético de Madrid (1-4), with the match against the rojiblancos corresponding to the Carranza Trophy played last Thursday.

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