Granada Real Valladolid Live Stream

Granada Real Valladolid live streams At Los Carmenes
Watch v live online Kick-off is CET ( GMT) on Saturday, 22/07/2017


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Granada v Real Valladolid Live
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Granada v Real Valladolid starting line-ups

  • Granada players (from): Kelava, Foulquier, Carcela-Gonzalez, Vezo, Ponce, Agbo, Kravets, Lomban, Olazabal, Silva, Silva, Ochoa, Marquez, Boga, Tabanou, Tito, Toral, Saunier, Angban, Bueno, Krhin, Atzili, Martins, Samper, Cuenca, Pereira, Barral, Guardiola
  • Real Valladolid team (from): Mata, Balbi, Villar, Lopez, Tomas, Jordan, Leao, Becerra, Guitian, Luismi, Marcos, Lichnovsky, Perez, Arnaiz, Torres, Moyano, Salvador, Etxeberria, Drazic, Lopez, Garcia, Casaseca, Michel

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2Barcelona3890
3Atletico Madrid3878
4Sevilla3872
5Villarreal3867
6Real Sociedad3864
7Athletic Bilbao3863
8Espanyol3856
9Alaves3855
10Eibar3854
11Malaga3846
12Valencia3846
13Celta Vigo3845
14Las Palmas3839
15Real Betis3839
16Deportivo La Coruna3836
17Leganes3835
18Sporting Gijon3831
19Osasuna3822
20Granada3820

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