Sunday will be Real Madrid's third game against in 11 days against Sevilla and their fourth of the season in all competitions. Cristiano Ronaldo has yet to feature in any of those matches having missed the UEFA Super Cup in August through injury and having been rested for the two recent Copa Del Rey matches.
The Ballon d'Or winner however will return to the Madrid starting line-up for this weekend's vital clash in La Liga and the Andalusians are the forward's favourite opponent.
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Karim Benzema was on the bench for both cup games, but made an impact on Thursday night coming on as a substitute to score a late equalizer and the Frenchman, who also has a good scoring record against Sevilla, is priced at an attractive looking 5/6 (1.83) to score once more.
Those two are guaranteed starters for Real Madrid although with Gareth Bale out it remains to be seen who will join then in attack. Lucas Vazquez played in midweek, with James Rodriguez and Isco missing with slight knocks, although Zinedine Zidane will hope to recover the duo for the top of the table clash.
Elsewhere for Madrid, captain Sergio Ramos was roundly booed by a section of the home supporters on his return to his former club, meaning the defender would have enjoyed scoring his penalty even more.
Ramos has scored in his last two games away to Sevilla and Thursday's strike moved him onto six goals for this season in all competition. He can be backed at 5/1 (6.00) to antagonise the home supporters once more with another goal.
Sevilla for their part saw new signining Stefan Jovetic score on his debut on Thursday and the former Manchester City striker looked lively. The recent arrival is priced at 2/1 (3.00) to score ahead of Spain international Vitolo who is offered at 13/5 (3.60).
Captain Vicente Iborra is always a goal threat given his robust physical presence and the ex-Real Mallorca player bundled home Sevilla's third goal on Thursday.