FSV Mainz - Schalke Live Stream

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FSV Mainz - Schalke live streams at Stadion am Bruchweg
Watch Mainz v Schalke live online Kick-off is CET ( GMT) on Saturday, 25/02/2017


FSV Mainz Schalke Live Stream

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FSV Mainz v Schalke starting line-ups

  • FSV Mainz players (from): Zimling, Ramalho, Latza, Curci, Bungert, Bell, Parker, Donati, Cordoba, Muller, Lossl, Balogun, Serdar, Onisiwo, Hack, Brosinski, Huth, Halimi, Samperio, Frei, Clemens, Klement, Rodriguez, Blasis, Berggreen, Holtmann, Malli, Muto, Gbamin, Bussmann, Oztunali
  • Schalke team (from): Coke, Howedes, Uchida, Stambouli, Giefer, Wellenreuther, Embolo, Avdijaj, Kolasinac, Santo, Schopf, Fahrmann, Nubel, Neumann, Tekpetey, Nastasic, Aogo, Reese, Kehrer, Konoplyanka, Riether, Meyer, Goretzka, Bitter, Choupo-Moting, Baba, Sam, Geis, Huntelaar, Caicara, Naldo, Bentaleb

The Bundesliga Table

Germany1Bayern Munich2150
Germany2RB Leipzig2145
Germany3Borussia Dortmund2137
Germany4Hoffenheim2137
Germany5Eintracht Frankfurt2135
Germany6Hertha Berlin2134
Germany7FC Koln2133
Germany8Bayer Leverkusen2130
Germany9SC Freiburg2130
Germany10Schalke2126
Germany11Borussia Monchengladbach2126
Germany12FSV Mainz2125
Germany13Augsburg2124
Germany14VfL Wolfsburg2222
Germany15Werder Bremen2222
Germany16HSV2120
Germany17Ingolstadt2118
Germany18Darmstadt2112

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