Heynckes was quite critical of his Bayern side following their performance in the first leg, and he is sure to be demanding a much-improved display from his side this evening. Sevilla, meanwhile, will be buoyed by Roma‚Äôs performance against Barcelona yesterday ‚Äď the Serie A side winning 3-0 at Stadio Olimpico to secure their place in the last four at the LaLiga giants‚Äô expense.
Two changes in total from Vincenzo Montella from the Sevilla side that started in the first leg. Simon Kjaer and Guido Pizarro both drop out, with Gabriel Mercado and Ever Banega coming in. Wissam Ben Yedder, who netted both of Sevilla‚Äôs goals in their victory over Manchester United, starts up front.
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