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12/09/2017 - 15:03 GMT

Surely Liverpool Want Revenge – Sevilla President

 




Sevilla president Jose Castro believes Liverpool will want revenge for their 2016 Europa League final defeat at the hands of his side.

Los Rojiblancos were too good for Liverpool in Switzerland as they ripped through the Reds defence to secure the trophy by virtue of a 3-1 scoreline.




Now Sevilla make the trip to Anfield on Wednesday night for each club's respective Champions League group stage opener.

Castro is not underestimating the task in front of Sevilla and admits that Liverpool will be looking to take a measure of revenge for their Europa League final defeat.
 


"Surely they will want revenge for the Europa League final", Castro was quoted as saying by Spanish daily AS.

"But it is another match and the most important thing is to be here knowing we will play in the Champions League for the third consecutive year."

Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool have less recent Champions League experience than Sevilla, but will line up as favourites to take all three points from the group stage encounter.

Liverpool still have goalkeeper Simon Mignolet, right-back Nathaniel Clyne, centre-back Dejan Lovren and left-back Alberto Moreno, who all started in the final, at the club and all have claims to be in Klopp's strongest backline.

Clyne is currently out with a back injury, while Lovren was left on the bench for Saturday's 5-0 loss at Manchester City due to not being 100 per cent fit.