Sevilla: Javi Varas; Cala (Coke 83'), Fazio,
Escudé (Deivid 44'), Fernando Navarro; Medel, Trochowski; Jesús
Navas, Manu del Moral, Luna (Reyes 52'); Negredo. 4-2-3-1.
Levante: Munúa; Javi Venta, Ballesteros, Cabral, Pedro López; Xavi Torres (Farinós 76'), Iborra; Valdo (El Zhar 76'), Barkero, Botelho (Juanlu 86'); Koné. 4-2-3-1.
1-0. 20. Negredo. Got on the end of Navarro cross to fire shot past Munúa.
1-1. 28. Koné. Struck angled shot past Javi Varas after Barkero put him through.
Yellow cards: Iborra 18', Medel 39', Javi Venta 85', Manu 88', Valdo 88', El Zhar 92'.
Fifth placed Levante held Sevilla to a 1-1 draw in the Sánchez Pizjuán stadium in the last game on Saturday, a result which keeps the Valencia based side three points ahead of their opponents in the table. At the start of the match disgruntled fans threw tennis balls on to the pitch to register their displeasure about a thirty minute delay to the kick off time due to post-match TV coverage of the Barcelona - Madrid game, a decision which meant this game finished after midnight. They did have an entertaining time however, with Cala heading wide before Negredo got on the end of Navarro's cross to open the scoring in the twentieth minute. Eight minutes later though Valdo and Barkero combined to put Koné through to equalise against his old club, and the Ivory Coast striker came close to a second when he fired a shot over the bar close to half time. The locals rallied after the interval, Cabral clearing off the line from Manu with the keeper beaten, and Trochowski shooting just wide. Koné brought a good save out of Javi Varas, but with five minutes to go Sevilla had the best possible chance to go ahead when they were awarded a penalty after Javi Venta pulled down Reyes in the area. Munúa guessed correctly however to save Negredo's spot kick, leaving the Andalusians outside of the European places for another week at least.