The Argentine U-17 team faces Japan forced to win: schedule, TV and formations

The Argentine U-17 team faces Japan forced to win: schedule, TV and formations

He Argentine U-17 team will face this Tuesday Japan with the obligation to achieve a victory after the fall in the debut against Senegalin a meeting valid for the second day of the Group D of the world of the category that develops in Indonesia.

The match will be played from 9:00 in Argentina at the Jalak Harupat Stadiumthe referee will be the Portuguese João Pedro Silva Pinheiro and the transmission will be in charge of the signals TyC Sports and DSports.

The representative “albiceleste” has just lost 2-1 against Senegal in the first World Cup match and remains without units just like Poland.

Coach Diego PlacenteAfter the defeat against the African champion, they would make two modifications to try to achieve the first three points in the competition: in defense Dylan Gorosito will enter through Ulises Gimenezwhile Maher Carrizo will replace Gustavo Albarracin in the midfield area.

The Argentines, after the defeat in the first match, are obliged to win to stay with chances and depend on themselves in the closing of the first phase.

Japanfor its part, won 1-0 against Poland in the debut and is the leader of his area with Senegalboth with three units.

In the run-up to the clash between Argentina and Japan they will play Senegal in view of Poland from 6.00 on the same stage.

On the third and final day of the group stage Argentina will face Polandwhile Japan will do so before Senegal.

What time does Argentina vs Japan play?

Start time: 9.00.

Where to watch Argentina vs Japan

TV: TyC Sports and DSports.


Argentina: Froilán Díaz; Dylan Gorosito, Juan Giménez, Tobías Palacio, Octavio Ontivero; Maher Carrizo, Mariano Gerez, Valentino Acuña; Santiago López, Agustín Ruberto and Claudio Echeverri. DT: Diego Placente.

Japan: Wataru Goto; Haruto Matsumoto, Keita Kosugi, Kaito Tsuchiya, Kotaro Honda, Shuto Nagano; Yotaro Nakajima, Yumeki Yoshinaga; Gaku Nawata, Homare Tokuda and Alen Inoue. Coach: Yoshiro Moriyama.

Referee: João Pedro Silva Pinheiro (Portugal).

Stadium: Jalak Harupat.

Source: Ambito

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