Professional League: Boca visits Huracán with an undefeated 27-year-old

Boca Juniors will visit this Saturday to a tuned Hurricane at Stadium Tomás Adolfo Ducó, stronghold where Xeneixe has not lost for 27 years with the homeowner, within the framework of the date 16 of the Professional Football League (LPF).

The Xeneize has not lost in Parque Patricios with Hurricane since October 9, 1994 (3-1 for the Clausura tournament, with goals from Roberto Acuña for the visit; Víctor Delgado, Pedro Barrios and Walter Pelletti for the premises). “Let’s hope we will go down in history for cutting the streak with Boca”, declared the coach of the Globe, Frank Kudelka.

Boca comes from beating Lanús in La Bombonera, victory that left him in sixth place with 24 points, nine behind the leader River Plate.

DT Sebastián Battaglia plans to make four changes: frames Red for Lysander Lopez, Esteban Rolón by Jorman Campuzano, Aaron Molinas by Edwin Cardona and Lewis Vázquez for Nicholas Orsini.

Red will take back his place behind after meeting a date for the expulsion against River; Campuzano will leave of the team for accumulating five cautions; while Cardona and Orsini will do it after suffering a tear.

Hurricane comes at its best in the championship, after three consecutive victories that gave him air in the table of averages.

DT Kudelka plans to repeat the team who won in Santiago del Estero against Central Córdoba, a result that was linked with the triumphs over Newell’s Old Boys and Arsenal.

The match will start at 8.15pm (TV: Fox Sports Premium) and will be refereed by Nicolás Lamolina.

Classic in the South

Lanús is obliged to win this Saturday the classic with Banfield in La Fortaleza to stay with expectations in the fight for the tip of the Professional League, from which it is separated by seven units.

The Garnet lost a lot of ground in the fight with three losses in the last four games. At the same time, the victory also urges him to establish himself in the qualifying positions for the 2022 international cups.

DT Luis Zubeldia will recover Lautaro Acosta, who overcame a muscle discomfort, and Paraguayan Jorge Morel, returned from the selected one from his country.

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Banfield, meanwhile, is among the four worst teams in the championship and it comes from falling before the substitutes of River Plate in his own house. His coach Javier Sanguinetti needs a boost and the classic of the South is the opportunity ideal.

The Drill dominates the record in the professional era with 34 wins, 21 draws and 25 losses in 80 games. The last game in La Fortaleza was in their favor 1-0 with both from Julián Carranza, for the 2019/20 Super League.

The classic of the South of the suburbs will start at 18 (TV: TNT Sports and Fox Sports Premium) and only the garnet party will be able to attend.

Rojinegro in La Plata

In need of a win, Gymnastics and Newell’s Old Boys will face off this Saturday from 15.45 (Public TV, ESPN and Fox Sports Premium) at the Diego Armando Maradona provincial stadium (ex City of La Plata), by date 16 of the LPF.

Gimnasia, directed by Néstor Gorosito, accumulates two dates without winning: lost against Sarmiento de Junín in the reunion with his fans and tied with Independiente in Avellaneda, last Monday.

To its turn, Newell’s Old Boys added two defeats (against Huracán and Vélez) and a draw against Godoy Cruz in their last three appearances and his coach Fernando Gamboa, in search of a reaction, rehearsed a team with five changes.

Green goes for the third

Focused on improving his average for permanence in the First Division, Sarmiento de Junín will search from 1:30 p.m. (TV: TNT Sports) his third win in a row when at the Eva Perón stadium welcome Unión de Santa Fe, at the start of the Saturday day.

The local DT, Mario Sciacqua, will ratify the confidence in the formation that comes from thrashing Aldosivi de Mar del Plata, a result that was combined with the previous victory over Gimnasia La Plata.

On your side, Union fell last date against Platense in Santa Fe, in the match that marked the debut of Uruguayan coach Gustavo Munúa, who will have to make two changes due to the suspension of Claudio Corvalán and the injury of Mauro Pittón.


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