Julen Lopetegui's side recorded a 2-0 win over Real Betis on their return to action on Thursday night, while Levante came from behind to secure a late point against rivals Valencia in their first game back.
Levante looked to be heading for a defeat against local rivals Valencia on Friday, with Spanish forward Rodrigo Moreno sending Los Che ahead in the 89th minute of the contest.
The draw left Levante in 12th position in the table, nine points clear of the bottom three, and it would be a surprise to see the team pulled into a relegation battle at this stage of the campaign.
Granotas have finished 15th in their last two seasons at this level, but they might well be eyeing their highest position since the 2013-14 campaign, when they claimed 10th.
The victory has left Lopetegui's side in third spot in the table, four points clear of fourth-placed Real Sociedad, who are in action at home to Osasuna on Sunday night.
Sevilla have actually only finished in the top four on one occasion since 2009-10, but they are in a strong position to secure a Champions League spot for the 2020-21 campaign.
Los Nervionenses are now unbeaten in their last five league matches and have won three of their last four, including victories over Getafe and Osasuna before the lockdown period.
Sevilla's next game after this is one is at home to Barcelona on June 19 and another positive result on Monday night would leave them full of confidence ahead of a clash with the champions.
Levante La Liga form: WLWLDD
Sevilla La Liga form: LDWWDW
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Lopetegui has plenty of options for change further back, meanwhile, and there could be a start for experienced Argentine midfielder Ever Banega.
Levante possible starting lineup:
Fernandez; Miramon, Postigo, Vezo, Clerc; Rochina, Vukcevic, Campana, Bardhi; Morales, Mayoral
Sevilla possible starting lineup:
Vaclik; Navas, Carlos, Kounde, Reguilon; Torres, Fernando, Banega; Ocampos, De Jong, Vazquez
We say: Levante 1-2 Sevilla
Sevilla were impressive on their return to action on Thursday evening and will fancy their chances of putting another win on the board. Levante claimed a welcome point at Valencia, but Sevilla have beaten Getafe and drawn with Atletico Madrid in their last two away league matches, and we expect Lopetegui's side to secure another three points ahead of a potentially key game against Barcelona.