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Argentina plays against Venezuela seeking qualification for Paris 2024

Argentina plays against Venezuela seeking qualification for Paris 2024
February 4, 2024 – 14:58

The match will be played at the Brígido Iriarte National Stadium in Caracas from 8 p.m., following the match between Brazil and Paraguay (17), with transmission by TyC Sports and DSports.

The Argentine Under 23 team will face Venezuela tomorrow, starting at 8:00 p.m., starting the series in search of one of the two tickets to the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.

The Argentine team will face tomorrow at the place Venezuela on the first date of the final home run of the Sub 23 Olympic Pre-Olympic, which will give the first two finishers a place for the Paris 2024 Games.

The match will be played at Brígido Iriarte National Stadium in Caracas from 8 p.m. following the crossing between Brazil and Paraguay (17), with transmission by TyC Sports and DSports.

The team of Javier Mascherano faces the last three games of the Pre-Olympic, after winning Group B in the city of Valencia with a performance from lowest to highest. In a debut with doubts, the “Albiceleste” tied with the Paraguayans (1-1), then beat Peru (2-0), beat Chile (5-0) and on the last date, with the ticket for the round assured final, they tied 3-3 with Marcelo Bielsa’s Uruguayan team.

The Argentine team settled on Saturday in the capital of Venezuela, which received the urgent venue for the final home run after the organization went down to the Lara Metropolitan Stadium due to the poor condition of the playing field.

In Caracas, Argentina will play again with Paraguay, next Thursday from 6 p.m., and will close its participation in the Pre-Olympic against Brazil, on Sunday the 11th at 8 p.m.

What time do Argentina vs. play? Venezuela

Time: 20.00

Where to watch Argentina vs. Venezuela

TyC Sports and DSports

Formations

Venezuela: Samuel Rodríguez; Rafael Uzcátegui, Carlos Vivas, Andrés Ferro and Renné Rivas; Carlos Faya and Bryant Ortega; David Martínez, Telasco Segovia and Matías Lacava; Jovanny Bolívar. DT: Ricardo Valiño.

Argentina: Leandro Brey; Juan Sforza, Gonzalo Luján, Nahuel Valentini and Valentín Barco; Ezequiel Fernández and Juan Nardoni; Pablo Solari, Thiago Almada and Claudio Echeverri; Santiago Castro. Coach: Javier Mascherano.

Source: Ambito

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