Valencia vs Real Betis LIVE in La Liga: VAL vs RBE Live Streaming Details In India and Other Countries. Real Betis will be traveling to Valencia to face Valencia on Friday, November 11.
Valencia are coming into this fixture after losing against Manchester United on Thursday. Moreover, they went on to lose the game by 1-0 against Manchester United. Valencia are sitting in the 3rd position of the table with 22 points in 12 games in their domestic league.
Real Betis are coming into this fixture after losing against Barcelona on Sunday. Moreover, they went on to lose the game by 1-0 against Barcelona. Real Betis are sitting at the 9th position of the table with 15 points in 12 games in their domestic league.
When and Where is the match being played?
Valencia will be hosting Real Betis at Mestalla Stadium in Valencia, Spain on Friday, November 11. Moreover, the Valencia vs Real Betis game will begin at 10:30 PM IST.
VAL vs RBE Live Streaming Details
How to watch Valencia vs Real Betis fixture in India?
The streaming rights of La Liga in India are owned by Viacom18. Voot, the principal channel of Viacom18, will air La Liga matches exclusively. Moreover, La Liga will also be available for live streaming through Jio TV and the Voot Premium Platform.
How to watch Valencia vs Real Betis fixture in the U.S.?
ESPN+ will showcase the Valencia vs Real Betis fixture in the U.S. The same network, ESPN+ will live stream the match on the internet.
How to watch Valencia vs Real Betis fixture in the U.K.?
La Liga TV and Free Sports will showcase the Valencia vs Real Betis fixture in the U.K. region. Moreover, Amazon Prime Video has bagged live streaming rights in the U.K.
How to watch Valencia vs Real Betis fixture in the Indian subcontinent?
Facebook Watch will showcase the Valencia vs Real Betis fixture in the Indian sub-continent.
How to watch Valencia vs Real Betis fixture in the Sub Saharan Africa region?
Supersport, StarTimes, Canal+ will showcase the Valencia vs Real Betis fixture in the Sub Saharan Africa region.
Full squad of both the teams
Valencia – Unai Etxebarria, Jaume, Giorgi Mamardashvili, Carlos Perez, Cenk Ozkacar, Thierry Correia, Toni Lato, Gabriel Paulista, Hugo Guillamon, Mouctar Diakhaby, Jose Luis Gaya, Dimitri Foulquier, Eray Comert, Kevin Sibille, Guillem Molina Gutierrez, Jesus Vazquez, Cristhian Mosquera, Joseda, Yunus Musah, Uros Racic, Carlos Soler, Samu Castillejo, Denis Cheryshev.
Nicolas Gonzalez, Koba Koindredi, Ilaix Moriba, Pedro Aleman, Vicente Esquerdo, Francisco Martinez, Javier Guerra, Hugo Gonzalez, Jesus Santiago, Alessandro Burlamaqui, Cesar Tarrega, Lassina Sangare, Tiago Miguel Hora Ribeiro, Mario Dominguez, Maxi Gomez, Alex Blanco, Samuel Lino, Hugo Duro, Marcos Andre, Diego Lopez Noguerol.
Real Betis – Claudio Bravo, Rui Silva, Josan, Carlos Marin, German Garcia, Martin Montoya, Edgar Gonzalez, Victor Ruiz, Alex Moreno, German Pezzella, Luiz Felipe, Youssouf Sabaly, Francisco Delgado, Juan Miranda, Felix Marti, Marc Baro, Kike, Xavier Pleguezuelo, Paul Akouokou, Guido Rodriguez, Sergio Canales, Luiz Henrique, William Carvalho, Joaquin, Andres Guardado, Victor Camarasa, Rodri, Juan Cruz, Daniel Perez, Antonio Marchena, Enrique Fernandez, Jose Alonso, Juanmi, Nabil Fekir, Borja Iglesias, William Jose, Aitor Ruibal, Jose Manuel Calderon, Marcos Fernandez, Gaelle Thalmann.