Paco Jemez wants his Rayo Vallecano side to 'take the initiative' when they play Sevilla tomorrow afternoon.
The Franjirrojos travel to Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan on Sunday to face Unai Emery's men, but the 42-year-old Coach has admitted that it will be a tricky tie if they don't go all-out for a win.
“If we let Sevilla take the initiative, our chances our winning are going to be reduced,” he told a Press conference.
“It is going to be tricky because they have a lot of quality players at their disposal.
“But we have to go for the win. We have never won there, so three points has to be our aim.
“Sevilla played in the Copa on Thursday, so fatigue could be an issue – that's something that we have to make the most of.”
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