Barcelona Sevilla Live Stream

Barcelona Sevilla live streams At Camp Nou
Watch v live online Kick-off is CET ( GMT) on Tuesday, 23/05/2017


Barcelona Sevilla Live Stream

Barcelona Sevilla Live Stream Links

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Barcelona v Sevilla starting line-ups

  • Barcelona players (from): Busquets, Masip, Stegen, Rafinha, Alba, Suarez, Umtiti, Turan, Rakitic, Neymar, Roberto, Gomes, Mascherano, Alcacer, Cillessen, Vidal, Messi, Digne, Pique, Suarez, Iniesta, Mathieu
  • Sevilla team (from): N'Zonzi, Soria, Sirigu, Sarabia, Tremoulinas, Vazquez, Rami, Nasri, Iborra, Krohn-Dehli, Mariano, Kranevitter, Ganso, Carrico, Vietto, Rico, Mercado, Vitolo, Escudero, Kolodziejczak, Yedder, Kiyotake, Correa, Pareja

The Primera Division Table

Spain1Real Madrid3893
Spain2Barcelona3890
Spain3Atletico Madrid3878
Spain4Sevilla3872
Spain5Villarreal3867
Spain6Real Sociedad3864
Spain7Athletic Bilbao3863
Spain8Espanyol3856
Spain9Alaves3855
Spain10Eibar3854
Spain11Malaga3846
Spain12Valencia3846
Spain13Celta Vigo3845
Spain14Las Palmas3839
Spain15Real Betis3839
Spain16Deportivo La Coruna3836
Spain17Leganes3835
Spain18Sporting Gijon3831
Spain19Osasuna3822
Spain20Granada3820

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