Bayern have the big advantage of two away goals, Sevilla have to attack - there will be goals.
So it's fair to say that it's pretty hard to win that many league titles unless you last in the game for a long time, well Bayern's Kingsley Coman has completely screwed over that theory.
Sevilla, without a win in four games since shocking Manchester United, welcome Argentina midfielder Ever Banega back from suspension.
Bayern Munich's David Alaba and Arturo Vidal have both been ruled out of the tie.
According to Sky Sports, 22-year-old winger Kenedy is being watched closely by a few European giants, despite making minimal first team appearances for the London club so far.
Sevilla had an wonderful run at the UEFA Champions League this season and they eliminated the three time champions, Manchester United, at round of 16. - This is the first occasion since 2010 that only one Spanish side have reached the Champions League semi-finals, with the previous seven campaigns featuring exactly two.
Bayern though has been formidable at Allianz Arena, demolishing Hamburg and Borussia Dortmund by 6-0 in their last two home games.
This bet has also proved the correct selection in five of Bayern's last six Champions League games, and in six of Sevilla's last nine in the competition.
Head coach Vincenzo Montella is under pressure following a 4-0 league defeat at Celta Vigo on Saturday. What's more is that they have scored 67 goals in those games, an average of 3.5 goals per game.
Sevilla have proven to be a surprise package in the Champions League this season, with the win over Manchester United one of the upsets of the campaign.
- Veteran Bayern boss Jupp Heynckes has won his last 12 Champions League games as manager, the longest run in the history of the competition.