Newell’s Old Boys, one of the two leaders in Zone B of the League Cup, will risk that condition when they visit Belgrano today, at the Gigante de Alberdi stadium, in the city of Córdoba, for the third date.
The match will begin at 7:00 p.m., will be refereed by Fernando Echenique and broadcast on Public Television and the ESPN signal.
The rosarinos won their first two matches against Central Córdoba de Santiago del Estero and Lanús, both at home, and placed themselves at the head of their group along with Sarmiento de Junín.
Belgrano is one of the shooting guards with four points, product of his victory against Estudiantes in the debut and the draw harvested on the San Lorenzo field on the following date.
The “Pirate” will seek a recovery after being eliminated on Wednesday in the round of 16 of the Argentine Cup in the second match with “Ciclón” in the same week.
The record between the two is 38 games and favors Belgrano, who won 17 times against 13 for “Ñuls”, and there were also eight draws.
– Probable Formations –
Belgrano (Córdoba): Nahuel Losada; Juan Barinaga, Alejandro Rébola, Mariano Troilo and Alex Ibacache; Ulises Sánchez, Santiago Longo, Matías Marín and Facundo Lencioni; Lautaro Pastrán and Lucas Passerini. DT: Guillermo Farre.
Newell’s Old Boys: Lucas Hoyos; Armando Méndez, Gustavo Velázquez, Guillermo Ortiz and Ángelo Martino, Iván Gómez, Juan Sforza and Guillermo Balzi; Brian Aguirre, Jorge Recalde and Ramiro Sordo. DT: Gabriel Heinze.
Referee: Fernando Echenique.
VAR: Hector Paletta.
Field: Belgrano de Córdoba.
Start time: 19.
TV: ESPN and Public Television.
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