Competition: La Liga Date: Sunday 23rd October 2016 Venue: Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Kick-Off: 15:15 BST
Benoit Tremoulinas and Michael Krohn-Delhi are unavailable for the hosts due to injury but Adil Rami is fit to start.
Jorge Sampaoli could make changes in midfield and attack, with Vicente Iborra and Luciano Vietto coming into the side.
Atletico Madrid are without injured trio Alessio Cerci, Augusto Fernandez and Miguel Angel Moya, whilst Jose Maria Gimenez is a doubt again and Stefan Savic will continue at centre-back.
Diego Simeone is likely to field a full-strength XI, with Antoine Griezmann and Kevin Gameiro in attack, supported by Yannick Ferreira-Carrasco and Koke out wide.
Third versus first in La Liga this weekend is the pick of the action, with Sevilla hosting an unbeaten Atletico Madrid in a big clash.
Sevilla head into the match on the back of four consecutive wins, including two in the Champions League, and Sampaoli’s side will be looking to fix their defensive woes, having kept just one clean-sheet so far in La Liga.
The defensive problems for the hosts with give Atletico Madrid confidence and there is nothing to suggest Diego Simeone’s unbeaten run will end here. Winning five of their last six, following two consecutive draws to start the season, Atletico are showing their colours as potential champions.
However, a trip to Seville is never an easy affair and the hosts should give Atletico a run for their money.
Rico, Mariano, Pareja, Rami, Escudero, Vazquez, N’Zonzi, Iborra, Nasri, Vietto, Vitolo
Oblak, Juanfran, Savic, Godin, Luis, Koko, Niguez, Gabi, Carrasco, Gameiro, Griezmann
Atletico are undefeated in their last 13 matches against Sevilla in all competitions.
Atletico have kept a clean sheet in their last 4 matches against Sevilla in all competitions.