Celta de Vigo vs Sevilla live: where to watch, line-up and predictions

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See where to watch Celtic of Vigo x Seville live and online, for the Spanish Championship (La Liga). In addition, see lineups, predictions, time, arbitration and location of the match.

At first, the game will be at 3:15 pm (Brasília time), this Friday (December 30), at Estadio ABANCA Balaídos.

Where to watch Celta Vigo vs Sevilla?

In short, the teams enter the field for the Spanish Championship. Thus, the confrontation will be broadcast on the Espn2, on closed TV. Therefore, the game will not be shown on open TV.

CompetitionThe league
DataFriday, Dec 30, 2022
LocalABANCA Stadium Balaídos
RefereeRicardo De Burgos Bengoetxea
Schedule3:15 pm (Brazil)
where to watchEspn2

Probable escalation of Celtic of Vigo: Iván Villar, Óscar Mingueza, Unai Núñez, Joseph Aidoo, Javi Galán, Gabri Veiga, Fran Beltrán, Carles Pérez, Gonçalo Paciência, Jörgen Larsen, Franco Cervi

Probable escalation of Sevilla: Marko Dmitrović, Jesus Navas, Karim Rekik, Tanguy Nianzou, Nemanja Gudelj, Fernando, Joan Jordan, Ivan Rakitic, Oliver Torres, Carlos Alvarez, Rafa Mir.

About the Spanish Championship (La Liga)

In short, the Spanish Championship has La Liga as the main football competition in the country. Formed by 20 clubs, where the first 4 win places for the Champions League, 5th and 6th for the Europa League, and the seventh for the Conference League.

Finally, the last 3 are relegated to the access division.

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So, whenever you want to know where to watch your team’s games, what the arbitration will be, time and place, just access our website. However, we do not stream games.

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guess for Celtic of Vigo vs Seville

Victory Celtic of Vigo43%
A tie29%
Victory Sevilla28%

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