December 11, 2023 5:22 PM
Alex Sarwar

Lens vs Sevilla Preview & Prediction | 2023-24 UEFA Champions League | Group Stage

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When is Lens vs Sevilla on and what time does it start? Lens vs Sevilla will take place on Tuesday 12th December, 2023 – 17:45 (UK)

Where can I get tickets for Lens vs Sevilla? Visit each club’s official website for the latest ticket information

What channel is Lens vs Sevilla on in the UK? Lens vs Sevilla will be televised live on TNT Sports in the UK

Where can I stream Lens vs Sevilla in the UK? Lens vs Sevilla can be streamed live on the discovery+



PREDICTED XI (3-4-3): Samba; Gradit, Danso, Medina; Aguilar, El Aynaoui, Samed, Haidara; Sotoca, Wahi, Thomasson

UNAVAILABLE: Machado (Injured)



PREDICTED XI (4-3-3): Dmitrovic; Juanlu, Gudelj, Ramos, Salas; Soumare, Sow, Rakitic; Torres, En-Nesyri, Mir

UNAVAILABLE: Nyland (Injured), Fernando (Suspended), Acuna (Injured), Bade (Injured), Navas (Injured), Nianzou (Injured), Jordan (Injured), Lukebakio (Injured), Mariano (Injured), Ocampos (Suspended), Lamela (Injured), Suso (Injured)



  • Lens have lost only one of their previous eight Champions League matches at home (W4 D3). The only defeat was against Dynamo Kyiv in December 1998 (L 3-1).
  • Lens have lost only one of their previous eight UEFA club competition matches against Spanish teams (W4 D3).
  • Lens have not failed to score in their last 35 UEFA club competition matches at home. Since a 1-0 defeat against Lazio in the UEFA Cup first round in September 1996.
  • Lens have not failed to score in their previous eight UEFA Champions League matches at home.
  • Sevilla have lost only one of their last seven UEFA club competitions matches against French teams (W3 D3).
  • Sevilla have won only two of their last 19 Champions League matches (D8 L9).
  • Sevilla are without a win in their last nine Champions League matches away from home (D6 L3). Since a 3-1 victory against Rennes in December 2020.


This match serves as an unofficial play-off for Europa League qualification, with the winner transferred into that competition and the loser eliminated from Europe altogether. Since their shock victory over Arsenal, Lens have picked up just one point from their last three group games, but that’s more than Sevilla have managed in comparison. Currently down the bottom-end of the La Liga table, Sevilla are a struggling side right now and without a win across the Champions League group stage. Lens will feel good about their chances against a visiting team extremely low on confidence and are well worth backing via the safety of the draw no bet market.


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