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Sevilla vs Granada live – Time, TV and how to watch LaLiga live

The soccer in Spain keep going. Seville will collide with grenade for the thirty-first day of LaLiga Santander in a game already fully involved in the final stretch of the tournament. Here you can find out all the incidents of the match, as well as the schedules and on which TV channel to watch it for Free.

The two teams are in full battle to achieve the objectives set at the beginning of the course. The sevillistas to secure the places in the Champions League and the granadinistas to maintain one more campaign in the category.

Julen Lopetegui’s Sevilla team returns to the Sánchez-Pizjuán after suffering the third defeat of the championship (1-0) last Sunday at Camp Nou, which also caused them to move to fourth place in the table now tied with Barcelona itself and Atletico Madrid.


Peru: 2:00 p.m.

Colombia: 2:00 p.m.

Ecuador: 2:00 p.m.

Argentina: 4:00 p.m.

Chile: 4:00 p.m.

Uruguay: 4:00 p.m.

Mexico and Central America: 1:00 p.m.

United States (East): 2:00 p.m.

United States (Pacific): 11:00 a.m.

Spain: 10:00 p.m.


Peru: ESPN3, Star Plus

Colombia: ESPN3, Star Plus

Ecuador: ESPN3, Star Plus

Argentina: ESPN3, Star Plus

Chile: ESPN3, Star Plus

Uruguay: ESPN3, Star Plus

Mexico: Blue to Go Video Everywhere

United States: ESPN+

Spain: Movistar +

The significant advantage that the people from Seville had in second position and has been diminishing due to recurrent setbacks, as evidenced by the fact that of the last four LaLiga games they have tied three -Alavés, Rayó and Real Sociedad- and lost Barcelona .

Now Granada arrives at the fiefdom of Nervión, a team that was precisely the first to defeat Sevilla this season in the first round match (1-0) played at the Nuevo Los Cármenes – the other was Real Madrid at the Bernabéu (2-1).

However, Sevilla hopes to return to the path of the goal lost in recent games and trusts that playing in their stadium will be, as usual, an asset in their favour, something that has been ratified throughout the campaign, in which it is the only one not yet has not lost at home, with fourteen appearances of which he has won ten and tied four.

Lopetegui, as usual in recent months, will have to wait until shortly before the match to decide the entry list due to the accumulation of injured or physically impaired players, and thus three footballers, the Danish Thomas Daleney, the Brazilian Fernando Reges and Suso Fernández, are safe casualties due to longer-term ailments.

On the positive side is the fact that Argentine playmaker Alejandro ‘Papu’ Gómez returned to work with the group on Tuesday after more than a month absent due to a muscle injury, so his entry into the squad is assured, another thing is that he leaves headline after several weeks of inactivity.

Granada, on the other hand, visits Sevilla with the aim of causing a surprise and achieving a victory that will allow them to move away from the relegation places. The team led by Rubén Torrecilla begins the day with a three-point lead over Mallorca, which marks the cutoff point for relegation, so a tie would guarantee them to finish the day in the permanence zone.


Seville: Bond; Jesus Navas, Koundé, Diego Carlos, Augustinsson; Joan Jordan, Gudelj; ‘Tecatito’ Corona, Martial, Ocampos; En-Nesyri.

Grenade: Maximian; Quini, Domingos Duarte, German, Raul Torrente, Escudero; Petrovic, Luis Milla, Antonio Puertas, Machis; George Molina.


Source: Elcomercio

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