Barcelona Sevilla Live Stream

Barcelona Sevilla live streams At Camp Nou
Watch v live online Kick-off is CET ( GMT) on Sunday, 26/06/2016


Barcelona Sevilla Live Stream

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Barcelona v Sevilla starting line-ups

  • Barcelona players (from): Douglas, Bravo, Turan, Rafinha, Alba, Suarez, Mascherano, Neymar, Busquets, Messi, Vidal, Bartra, Iniesta, Mathieu, Ramirez, Stegen, Alves, Haddadi, Adriano, Pique, Masip, Roberto, Rakitic, Vermaelen
  • Sevilla team (from): Escudero, Coke, Banega, Cristoforo, Beto, Gameiro, Carrico, Krohn-Dehli, Mariano, Vitolo, Kolodziejczak, Krychowiak, Tremoulinas, N'Zonzi, Pareja, Rico, Llorente, Fazio, Andreolli, Reyes, Rami, Soria, Luismi, Munoz, Iborra, Figueiras, Konoplyanka

The Primera Division Table

Spain1Barcelona3891
Spain2Real Madrid3890
Spain3Atletico Madrid3888
Spain4Villarreal3864
Spain5Athletic Bilbao3862
Spain6Celta Vigo3860
Spain7Sevilla3852
Spain8Malaga3848
Spain9Real Sociedad3848
Spain10Real Betis3845
Spain11Las Palmas3844
Spain12Valencia3844
Spain13Espanyol3843
Spain14Eibar3843
Spain15Deportivo La Coruna3842
Spain16Granada3839
Spain17Sporting Gijon3839
Spain18Rayo Vallecano3838
Spain19Getafe3836
Spain20Levante3832

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