Sevilla fans go under the spotlight with Madrid visit
The game has not been deemed high risk, but Sevilla have urged their fans to put a stop to the insults, as well as reporting Sergio Ramos's reaction after scoring in Thursday's cup game.
Nevertheless, the game has not been deemed high risk due to the absence of Real Madrid ultras in Nervión, with 300 Madrid fans expected to make the trip down to Seville. Sevilla, however, will strengthen its security, with 265 private security guards expected to police the stadium.
Focus on the pitch
Sevilla also formally requested LaLiga to denounce Sergio Ramos's celebration and gestures to the Sevilla fans after scoring a penalty on Thursday, although the club is more likely to lodge a complaint against the Madrid captain's behaviour. The hope is that game runs smoothly and the focus is on the pitch, not off it, particulary given the widely admired drama in Thursday's cup tie.