San Lorenzo and Defensa y Justicia, the closest pursuers of the leader River Plate, will meet today at the Nuevo Gasómetro in an attractive proposal for the 15th. Professional League date.
Each one with their own style has managed to get involved in the fight for the top of the Leaguesimultaneously with their participation in the Argentina Cups and South American. San Lorenzobased on its defensive strength, ranks as an escort with 28 units and Defendingwith a more aesthetic proposal, climbed to third place with 27.
The “Hawk” of Florencio Varela brings a streak of six consecutive victories between League and South Americanwhich he will seek to extend into a redoubt where San Lorenzo remains undefeated in the local tournament.
His striker, with 20 goals scored, is the second highest scorer in the argentinian soccer and will face the best defense, which barely received 5 goals in 14 dates.
With the intention of winning again after two 0-0 draws in a row, against Velez and Palestinian of Chilithe DT Ruben Dario Insua could return ownership to the distinguished midfielder Augustine Marteganiwho last Wednesday in Rancagua He returned from the bench after an injury.
During the visit, the only variant would be the admission of Pablo Solari for the injured Gabriel Alanisa change that was registered in the first half of the win to Penarol of Montevideo (4-1), last Thursday.
The history in the League indicates an advantage in favor of San Lorenzo with 5 wins, 2 losses and 1 draw in eight games.
What time do San Lorenzo vs Defensa y Justicia play?
Starting time: 17:00.
Where to watch San Lorenzo vs Defense and Justice
TV: TNT Sports.
San Lorenzo: Augustus Battle; Rafael Pérez, Federico Gattoni and Gastón Hernández; Agustín Giay, Jalil Elías, Carlos Sánchez or Agustín Martegani and Malcom Braida; Andrés Vombergar, Adam Bareiro and Nahuel Barrios. DT: Rubén Darío Insúa.
Defense and Justice: Ezequiel Unsaín; Agustín Sant’Anna, Nazareno Colombo, Tomás Cardona and Alexis Soto; Kevin Gutiérrez and Julián López; Pablo Solari, David Barbona and Gastón Togni; Nicholas Fernandez. DT: Julio Vaccari.
Referee: Pablo Dovalo.
VAR: German Delfino.
Stadium: San Lorenzo.
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