FC Thun FC Sion Live Stream

FC Thun FC Sion live streams At Stadion Lachen
Watch v live online Kick-off is CET ( GMT) on Saturday, 22/10/2016

FC Thun FC Sion Live Stream

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FC Thun v FC Sion starting line-ups

  • FC Thun players (from): Hornung, Geissmann, Trachsel, Peyretti, Markovic, Burki, Bigler, Reinmann, Schirinzi, Facchinetti, Carlinhos, Ferreira, Lauper, Ruberto, Glarner, Tosetti, Sorgic, Schindelholz, Ribeiro, Fassnacht, Rapp, Hediger, Faivre, Zino, Dzonlagic
  • FC Sion team (from): Fickentscher, Mveng, Zverotic, Sierro, Gekas, Castanheira, Luchinger, Modou, Carlitos, Ziegler, Karlen, Bia, Follonier, Ndoye, Mitryushkin, Itaperuna, Akolo, Mboyo, Ricardo, Boka, Assifuah, Konate, Salatic, Ozcan, Adao, Cmelik

The Super League Table

Switzerland1FC Basel1131
Switzerland2FC Lausanne-Sport1117
Switzerland3FC Sion1117
Switzerland4BSC Young Boys1116
Switzerland6FC Lugano1115
Switzerland8FC Vaduz1111
Switzerland9FC St Gallen1110
Switzerland10FC Thun1110

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