River will face tonight Colo Coloof Chiliin a friendly match called “International Challenge” that the coach Martin Demichelis will take advantage to keep its players active during the break in the local tournament due to the double FIFA date.
The friendly match will begin at 8 p.m. in the Ester Roa stadium from the city of Conceptionsouthwest of Chiliand will be televised by the signal Star+.
For the coach Martin Demichelis The friendly against “Cacique” will be an opportunity to give several players a break, after the defeat the team suffered in rosary beads versus Central (3-1) for the League Cup.
Those who will not be will be Franco Armani, Paulo Diaz, Salomón Rondón and Nicolás De la Cruzaffected by their respective teams due to the double FIFA date.
They will not be part of the game either. Santiago Simon and Pablo Solariboth in Japan with the team selected Sub 23 who drives Javier Mascherano.
Meanwhile, one who was going to be the starter, Gonzalo “Pity” Martínezsuffered a strain in his right soleus and will miss the game against the Chileans.
River will play in Chili and then it won’t come back to Buenos Airesbut will be installed in Mendoza to play another friendly on Saturday, against Independent Rivadaviawhich will celebrate the promotion from the First National to the Professional Soccer League.
As to Colo Colodirected by the Argentine Gustavo Quinterosis placed third in the Chilean tournament and on the last date he beat Union La Calera for 2 to 0.
The Argentines play in the Chilean “Cacique” Leonardo Gil, Leandro Benegas, Matías Moya, Agustín Bouzat, Emiliano Amor, Fernando de Paul and Ramiro González.
What time do River vs Colo Colo play?
The meeting starts at 8:00 p.m.
Where to watch River vs Colo Colo
The match will be broadcast on Star +
River Plate: Ezequiel Centurión; Marcelo Herrera, Sebastián Boselli, Ramiro Funes Mori and Enzo Díaz; Rodrigo Aliendro, Matías Kranevitter, Agustín Palavecino and Ignacio Fernández; Facundo Colidio and Miguel Borja. DT: Martin Demichelis.
Colo-Colo: Bryan Cortés; Bruno Gutiérrez, Alan Saldivia, Maximiliano Falcon and Erick Weimberg; Vicente Pizarro, Esteban Pavez and Leonardo Gil; Carlos Palacios, Damián Pizarro and Pablo Parra: Coach: Gustavo Quinteros.
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