The two teams come into the match after being defeated in the last matchday of the current season, so the points at stake are even more valuable for both.
Gimnasia (J) wants to recover after suffering a loss against Chacarita by a result of 1 to 2. In recent games this season, they have 1 win, 1 draw and 2 losses, with 6 goals scored and 8 in their bow.
Tristán Suárez comes from losing 2 to 4 against Ferro. He will have to redeem himself after having lost some points as a result of 2 lost games, 1 draw and only 1 win. He scored 8 goals in those matches and his fence has been beaten 12 times.
The judge chosen to lead the match at the 23 de Agosto stadium was César Ceballos.
Gymnastics training (J) today
Coach Mario Gómez arranged a 4-4-2 formation with Julio Chiarini under the three sticks; Esteban González, Hernán Pellerano, Sebastián Hernández and Emiliano Endrizzi in the rear; Lucas Chiozza, Francisco Maidana, Juan Pablo Córdoba and Fernando Brandán in midfield; and Juan Manuel Tévez and Abel Argañaraz as strikers.
Training of Tristán Suárez today
For his part, Gabriel Di Noia enters the ring with a 4-5-1 strategy, with goalkeeper Joaquín Mendive; Germán Pared, Leandro Martínez Montagnoli, Nicolás Pantaleone, Thomas Ortega on the defensive wall; Patricio Núñez, Rodrigo Vélez, Mateo Montenegro, Pablo Ruíz and Braian Maidana in midfield; and Gonzalo Bergessio up front.
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