Instituto y Talleres will animate tomorrow the first Cordovan classic of the year, when they face each other in Alta Córdoba for the ninth date of the Professional Soccer League (LPF).
The match will begin at 4:30 p.m., will be refereed by Facundo Tello and televised by ESPN Premium.
Both teams arrive with different realities, although they accumulate 13 points each in the table and share position, the ‘Gloria’ arrives with the spirits through the roof after defeating Boca (3-2) in La Bombonera, while “La T “He has three winless games and needs to win again.
Lucas Bovaglio’s men will have the encouragement of their people, who sold out seats and the Juan Domingo Perón stadium will look full, in a classic match that will be officially played again in the First Division after 22 years.
It is that the return of the Institute, like Belgrano, to the highest category, revived the rivalries between the largest clubs in the province.
For the assembly of the team, it is probable that Bovaglio will use Jonathan Bay to cover the left sector of the defense, and he will do so in replacement of Sebastián Corda, who did not recover from the left acromioclavicular subluxation that he suffered against Boca, and the rest of the team would not present modifications
On the Talleres side, who arrives at this game after two defeats and a draw, the outlook for the team’s assembly is somewhat more confusing, since the Colombian Diego Valoyes arrives very on time after playing for his country on the FIFA date. , and his place would be taken by Ramón Sosa, who played for Paraguay, but rejoined the ‘T’ earlier.
The left-back Nicolás Pasquini also appears as a starter, who would make his debut with the ‘albiazul’ shirt in place of the injured Juan Carlos Portillo.
The rest of the formation would not suffer major variations compared to the team that fell to Banfield (1-0) in the Kempes last game, since the other ‘selected’ Matías Catalán (Chile) and Alan Franco (Ecuador) returned in good condition of the parties with their national representatives.
The Uruguayan striker Michael Santos, who had some physical discomfort after the game with the “Drill”, took advantage of the break and recovered, so he will have no problems to be part of the game.
The Instituto-Talleres is the classic of the province that was played the most times in the First Division: they faced each other 31 times, with 12 wins for the ‘T’, 11 for the ‘Gloria’ and eight draws.
The last time they met was a 2-0 victory for those from Alta Córdoba, in the Clausura 2000 Tournament.
– Probable formations –
Institute: Jorge Carranza; Giuliano Cerato, Joaquín Varela, Fernando Alarcón and Jonathan Bay; Gabriel Graciani, Nicolás Linares, Gastón Lodico and Brahian Cuello; Adrian Martinez and Santiago Rodriguez. DT: Lucas Bovaglio.
Workshops: Guido Herrera; Gastón Benavídez, Matías Catalán, Juan Rodríguez and Nicolás Pasquini; Rodrigo Villagra and Alan Franco; Rodrigo Garro and Francisco Pizzini; Ramon Sosa and Michael Santos. DT: Javier Gandolfi.
Referee: Facundo Tello.
VAR: Hector Paletta.
Start time: 16.30.
TV: ESPN Premium.
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