ST LOUIS (LALATE) – Sevilla vs. Valencia 2014 (en vivo live score results below) delivers first leg futbol UEFA Europa League Results today April 24, 2014. Today’s soccer game kicks off semifinals leg one action today. Leg two will be played next week. But with both teams coming off of strong recent records, which squad will win today’s critical soccer match?
Thursday’s Sevilla vs. Valencia 2014 soccer game (start time 12:05 PM PST) features two Primera Division Table soccer squads. Sevilla is currently ranked fifth in La Liga while Valencia is back down in eighth. Valencia has two wins, two draws and one loss in their last five soccer games overall. Sevilla in turn has three wins and one loss in their last five matches.
Today’s game for 4-24-14 is a home match for Sevilla. The game will be hosted today from Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán. Leg two will be a home game for Valencia. That match will be played on May 1, 2014, officials remind news.
This week, Sevilla defender Federico Fazio told his team’s news site what to expect in today’s Europa League results. As to favorites, he told news “We know each other well but there are no favorites even if we are higher up in the standings than them.”
When asked how the UEL compares to La Liga, Fazio remarked “This is a different competition to La Liga. We have to think of doing well in both games.” He added “We are in a Europa League semi-final and we need to manage anxiety and hopefully, we can dominate both legs.”
Fazio further told news that his squad feels confidence before today’s match. “It’s true that we are going through a beautiful spell. We have worked very hard to be where we are right now.” Fazio added “I don’t (know) what Valencia feels but we are certainly very confident and we are showing a lot of intensity in every game.” For en vivo live score results today click HERE.