Stranraer V Peterhead at Stair Park - Match Preview

Stranraer V Peterhead - view commentary, squad, and statistics of the game live.Deulofeu unhappy with his formGerard Deulofeu has admitted he is not content with how his season on loan at Sevilla is going.Unai Emery's side are fifth in the Primera Division table but have lost back-to-back matches and will be hoping to put things right when they host struggling Cordoba in an Andalusian derby on Saturday.Deulofeu admitted he had produced an underwhelming performance in the 2-1 loss to Real Madrid, - which lead to him being left on the bench for the 2-1 defeat at Getafe - and conceded he needed to improve on his form."I have had my opportunities and perhaps I haven't done as well as has been expected of me," he told Radio Marca."I'm happy but I could be happier

Things definitely have not gone as well as I hoped but I'm learning a lot and this will be good for my future in many aspects

But perhaps I should have better statistics, more goals and more assists."The Barcelona player is in his second consecutive loan after spending last season with Everton, and said he does not want to go out on loan again in the summer."I would say no to another year on loan but I want to finish this year as best as I can and then see about next year," he said."I want to leave Barcelona to one side for now and just think about what is left of this season, which is very important to me."Sevilla should be confident of reversing their recent run of defeats when they host Cordoba as they are unbeaten this season at the Sanchez Pizjuan, but Emery will have to juggle his squad to cope with a score of injuries, with Iago Aspas, Stephane Mbia and Coke all sustaining muscle tears at Getafe, ruling them out until next month.These fresh setbacks mean Sevilla have a total of seven players out injured against Cordoba, while defender Diogo Figueiras is suspended

Cordoba have no fresh injuries, although midfielder Fausto Rossi is suspended.Miroslav Djukic's side have dropped back into the relegation zone after losing three games in a row, and after blowing a 1-0 advantage to lose 2-1 at home to Almeria last week, will be concerned about their inability to hold onto leads - they have dropped a total of 11 points from winning positions this term.And midfielder Deivid does not believe Sevilla's recent wobble in form will necessarily help his side."You never know when the best moment to play Sevilla is," he told Spanish agency EFE."It could be us that ends up paying for their poor form

We might catch them at their angriest, so we have to focus on our own game."

Source : PA

Source: PA