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Bayern Munich vs Sevilla preview: Why visiting side Sevilla still have hope

April 11, 2018 By Michelle Bonsu provides info to catch the second leg of the quarter-finals clash featuring Bayern Munich and Sevilla on Wednesday, April 11th.

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Who's playing: Jupp Heynckes has won 12 straight UCL matches over his last two terms with Bayern Munich. Can the veteran tactician make it an not-unlucky 13th as they take on Sevilla on Wednesday evening? Or will their Spanish hoodoo again rear its ugly head?

What time: Wednesday, April 11th at 11:45 PST/14:45 EST/19:45 BST/20:45 CET

What stadium: This game will be played at the Allianz Arena, which seats up to 70.000 fans for international fixtures.

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Match Facts & Stats

  • Bayern Munich are hoping to make it to a sixth straight semi-finals in just the past seven seasons
  • Bayern have lost only one of their 24 UEFA ties in which they won the away first leg (against Inter Milan in the 2010/2011 Champions League round of 16)
  • Die Roten record against Liga clubs in Munich is W18 D5 L3
  • The Bavarian titans's record in two-legged ties against Spanish sides is W9 L10
  • Bayern are in the quarter-finals for a competition-record 17th time - more than any other club, including Real Madrid and Barcelona (16 each)
  • Sevilla are in the quarter-finals for the first time in over six decades


With two spots in the semi-finals already decided, both Bayern and Sevilla will be aiming to join Liverpool and Roma in the final four. Visiting side Sevilla may have conceded two away goals, but don't count out Los Rojiblancos, who will be looking to Roma's amazing comeback against heavy favorites Barcelona for inspiration. The Giallorossi overturned a 4-1 away loss on Tuesday evening to knock out Lionel Messi & Co. after winning 3-0 on the night, and while Sevilla's task will be much trickier, it's truly never over when the final whistle sounds.

Bayern, naturally will have that in mind as they obviously want to avoid an upset. Spanish sides have troubled the Bavarian titans in the past, and they are 90 minutes away from banishing their Spanish hoodoo and joining Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool and tournament underdogs Roma in the final four. Having already sealed the Bundesliga title - as expected - die Roten are on course for a Treble this term. Jupp Heynckes was on the bench back in 2013 when the German powerhouse made history. Can they take one step closer towards doing it yet again by seeing off Sevilla? They'll have to do it without key duo Arturo Vidal and David Alaba, however.

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