Real Madrid Sevilla Live Stream

Real Madrid Sevilla live streams At Estadio Santiago Bernabeu
Watch v live online Kick-off is CET ( GMT) on Saturday, 06/02/2016

Real Madrid Sevilla Live Stream

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Real Madrid Sevilla Live Stream
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Real Madrid v Sevilla starting line-ups

  • Real Madrid players (from): Yanez, Casilla, Benzema, Arbeloa, Rodriguez, Kroos, Modric, Navas, Casemiro, Kovacic, Varane, Ramos, Ronaldo, Isco, Pepe, Vazquez, Bale, Jese, Cheryshev, Fernandez, Danilo, Carvajal, Marcelo
  • Sevilla team (from): Munoz, Soria, Kolodziejczak, Rami, Llorente, Krychowiak, Banega, Luismi, Iborra, Carrico, Rico, N'Zonzi, Cristoforo, Pareja, Beto, Andreolli, Konoplyanka, Krohn-Dehli, Tremoulinas, Gameiro, Reyes, Kakuta, Vitolo, Escudero, Figueiras, Coke, Mariano

The Primera Division Table

Spain2Atletico Madrid2248
Spain3Real Madrid2247
Spain6Athletic Bilbao2234
Spain7Celta Vigo2234
Spain9Deportivo La Coruna2230
Spain13Real Sociedad2224
Spain14Real Betis2222
Spain16Las Palmas2221
Spain17Sporting Gijon2121
Spain18Rayo Vallecano2220

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