Sevilla remains in the title hunt in La Liga and could close the gap this week if it can beat Bilbao – here’s how to watch and live stream its games
Having qualified for the Champions League last season, Sevilla is looking to once again finish in the top four in 2020-21.
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The current Europa League holders is back dining at Europe’s top table and is eager to return to the continent’s top competition with another strong league finish.
Top four had been the aim again this season, but inconsistent form of many of the top sides in La Liga means Sevilla is involved in the title race with just five games remaining in 2020-21.
How to watch Sevilla vs Athletic Club on US TV
Sevilla is currently fourth in La Liga, but can stay in contention with three points against Athletic Club on Monday.
Julen Lopetegui’s side has won five games in a row in the league to get into contention for the run-in in Spain.
Its home form has been excellent in 2020-21, which bodes well as it hosts a side from Bilbao who has often struggled on the road.
Lopetegui has few concerns heading into the game, with backup goalkeeper Tomas Vaclik the main injury concern.
Athletic, on the other hand, has a long injury list, with some key players absent.
Iker Muniain, Yuri Berchiche, Ander Capa and Peru Nolaskoain are all injured.
Unai Vencedor could be back in the team after serving a one-game suspension.
Athletic Club won the reverse fixture 2-1, but is not expected to win on Monday despite being on a five-game unbeaten strike in the league.
Sevilla vs Athletic Club can be streamed in the US through Fanatiz with a 7-day free trial and kicks off at 12pm PT and 3pm ET.
Sevilla on US TV in La Liga
|Date||Time (US PT / ET)||Game||Stream|
|May 3||12pm / 3pm||Sevilla vs Athletic Club||Fanatiz|
|May 9||12pm / 3pm||Real Madrid vs Sevilla||Fanatiz|
|May 12||10am / 1pm||Sevilla vs Valencia||Fanatiz|
|May 16||TBC||Villarreal vs Sevilla||Fanatiz|
Sevilla in La Liga table
This season’s La Liga title race is shaping up to be the most entertaining in years.
As well as the usual suspects of Real Madrid and Barcelona, Atletico Madrid and Sevilla also find themselves in a battle for the Spanish crown.
Sevilla is currently six points behind leaders Atletico, but can close that gap to three points on Monday.
After that, a road game at Real Madrid could be crucial in deciding who lifts this season’s title, with just four games left in 2020-21.