The Argentina Under-23 teamled by Javier Mascheranowill face this Wednesday Peru for the second date of Group B of the Pre-Olympicafter debuting with an agonizing draw against Paraguay in the contest that offers two places for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.
After a premiere that left more doubts than certainties, those directed by Mascherano They will be measured against the Peruvian team starting at 8 p.m. (Argentine time) and with broadcast of TyC Sportsin search of the first three points in the competition.
Perufor its part, comes from beating Chili 1 to 0 on the opening day but will not be able to repeat the lineup due to the expulsion of Mathias Llontopwho will meet the suspension date before Argentina.
As for the “albiceleste” eleven, some changes are expected as a result of the performance of the players who entered against Paraguaywith the match 0-1, and which led to the Selection to the tie at the end with a goal from Luciano Gondou.
In addition to his own Gondou, Claudio Echeverri and Federico Redondo They could be from the game from the beginning, among other names.
“Everyone is in a position to play. We have the peace of mind of knowing that the 11 that start can be replaced at any time, that’s why we have them. Today we were able to generate and above all speed up the game, starting tomorrow we will evaluate how we can form against Peru after analyzing his game”had anticipated Mascherano after equality with Paraguay.
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Where to watch Argentina vs Peru
Televisa: TyC Sports and DSports.
Argentina: Leandro Brey; Joaquín García, Marco Di Césare, Nicolás Valentini and Valentín Barco; Ezequiel Fernández, Federico Redondo and Cristian Medina; Claudio Echeverri; Luciano Gondou and Thiago Almada. Coach: Javier Mascherano.
Peru: Diego Romero; Anderson Villacorta, Eric Noriega, Rafel Lutiger and Alejandro Pósito; Alessandro Burlamaqui, Bassco Soyer and Alvaro Rojas; Adrián Acues, Diether Vásquez Victor Guzmán. DT: José Del Solar.
Court: Misael Delgado Sports Center (Valencia, Venezuela).
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