Sevilla looks for its first points in the redebut of Sergio Ramos and Pacheta makes his debut with Villarreal

Getafe and Osasuna seek to forget their setbacks before the break


Sevilla, bottom of LaLiga EA Sports, seeks this Sunday at the Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán (6:30 p.m.) to add its first points of the season against the also needy UD Las Palmas in the return of Sergio Ramos, in a fifth day in which Getafe and Osasuna seek to forget their setbacks before the break (2:00 p.m.) and Pacheta’s Villarreal hopes to move away from the bottom zone against an Almería team in relegation positions (4:15 p.m.).

José Luis Mendilibar’s men, who saw their match against Atlético postponed on the last day due to the threat of the storm in Madrid, resume the competition after having suffered three defeats in their first three league games of the season, to which is added the also suffered against Manchester City in the European Super Cup final.

The Nervionense team fell to Valencia in their debut (1-2) and subsequently also lost against Deportivo Alavés (4-3) and Girona (1-2), which makes them the only First Division team that has not yet has scored. To try to correct it, he has a luxury reinforcement: defender Sergio Ramos, who returns ‘home’ 18 years after leaving for Real Madrid and after passing through PSG.

Only two more points than the current Europa League champions have UD Las Palmas (2), which came into the break with a defeat against Girona (1-0). Before, they scored against Mallorca (1-1) and Real Sociedad (0-0) and lost against Valencia (1-0).

In a duel with the expectation of how the Sevilla fans will receive Sergio Ramos, Mendilibar will not be able to count on the injured Marcao, Tanguy Nianzou and Marcos Acuña. The Canaries, for their part, will regret the absences of Fabio González, Alberto Moleiro and Daley Sinkgraven this Sunday.


At the Estadio de la Cerámica, Villarreal seeks against Almería to put an end to its doubts at the beginning of the season, which precipitated the dismissal of Quique Setién, and to begin a new stage under the guidance of José Rojo Martín ‘Pacheta’.

With the arrival of the Burgos coach, the Castellón team will have to adapt to its new style, a priori more focused on strengthening at the back – after having the worst defensive start for the ‘Yellow Submarine’ in the First Division (nine goals against in the first four games) – ; The return to the double pivot could erase the traditional 4-3-3 of the Cantabrian coach.

With this, they hope to forget the recent defeats against FC Barcelona (3-4) and Cádiz (3-1), which leave them with three points, only one point above a burning zone in which their rival is precisely. Almería (1).

The Andalusians are penultimate in the table after having only won against Cádiz (1-1) -and lost against Rayo Vallecano (0-2), Real Madrid (1-3) and RC Celta (2-3)-, and they tie with the Castellón team as the second team with the most goals in the category (9).

In addition to the long-term injured Francis Coquelin, Alfonso Pedraza will miss the match due to a home suspension. Martin Svidersky, with a torn anterior cruciate ligament like the Frenchman, will be the only casualty among Vicente Moreno’s men.


For their part, Getafe (4) and Osasuna (6) meet at the Alfonso Pérez Coliseum after experiencing almost identical trajectories. The Madrid team, in fourteenth place, tied in their debut with Barça (0-0) and combined a setback against Girona (3-0), a victory against Alavés (1-0) and another defeat against Real Madrid (2- 1) before the break.

Jagoba Arrasate’s team, meanwhile, started the season by beating Celta (0-2) before losing to Athletic Club (0-2). After that, they beat Valencia again (1-2) and lost to FC Barcelona (1-2), and in the middle they were eliminated against Bruges from the Conference League.

Neither Luis Milla nor Enes Ünal will be available this Sunday for José Bordalás. Alejandro Catena, sent off in the last game against the Blaugranas, will miss the event, as will the injured Jon Moncayola and Darko Brasanac, and Unai García is a doubt due to knee discomfort.


Getafe – Osasuna. Hernández Hernández (C. Las Palmas) 2:00 p.m.

Villarreal – Almeria. Hernández Maeso (C. Extremeño) 16.15.

Seville – Las Palmas. Martínez Munuera (C. Valenciano) 18.30.

Real Madrid – Real Sociedad. Soto Grado (C. Riojano) 21.00.