SEVILLA VS ATLETICO MADRID.
Atletico Madrid’s exit from the Champions League will have them want to see out the league campaign to bag themselves a league title - we’ll be looking at their upcoming outing against Sevilla here.
Sevilla is the home team in this equation - they’ll be bringing on the game as their form has bettered in recent games, seeing them win twice, draw twice and lose once in their most distant match. We think they’re fully prepared here.
Prediction:Atletico Madrid to win.
SOUTHAMPTON VS BURNLEY.
After booking their FA Cup semi-final place with a 3-0 away win at Bournemouth, Ralph Hasenhuttl's Southampton look to begin April with an overdue result against credible top-flight opposition.
They've won one of twelve league games since - a 2-0 away victory over relegation-bound Sheffield United - but not sustained their promising early season form.
Nathan Redmond is likely to start, alongside Moussa Djenepo and Che Adams, as Manchester City target Danny Ings (muscle) remains doubtful.
Prediction:Burnley to win.
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