Tag: Deportivo Alavés

Neither side was able to create consistent offensive chances in a match that was defined by defensive adjustments. Both managers sought to stymie the other, with Pablo Machín using the full flexibility of his 3-1-4-2 formation against Betis’ lopsided 4-2-3-1 shape.  Tactical analysis and match report by K.T. Stockwell.  After narrowly avoiding relegation Deportivo Alavés made […]

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Sevilla Alavés tactics

Alavés dominated the first half with an uncharacteristic pressing scheme on Sevilla’s midfielders, effectively disconnecting Sevilla’s midfield from their attack. During the second half, Sevilla substitutes Quincy Promes and Pablo Sarabia turned the match around by helping their team find their usual offensive mechanisms. Tactical analysis by José Pérez. Without a doubt Alavés, coached by […]

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