River vs. Monterrey de México: what time do they play and how to watch the friendly

River will play their first friendly in the United States this Tuesday when measured against him Monterrey of Mexico, from 23 (Argentine time), at the Q2 stadium in Austin, Texas. The game can be seen on the Star+ platform.

Like the last seasons under the command of Marcelo Gallardo, River chose the US to do its preseason, with Miami as a base. Now, with Martín Demichelis, they will play their second friendly of the break after the goalless draw and loss on penalties against Unión La Calera of Chile, last December.

Demichelis will have three absences: defender Paulo Díaz (a month ago he underwent an arthroscopy on his right knee), midfielder Agustín Palavecino (muscle discomfort) and his colleague Matías Kranevitter (Discarded for the first semester due to the fracture in the right ankle).

In the other side, DT recovered Franco Armani after his stay with the Argentine National Team and will be able to have Nacho Fernandezwho returned to Núñez after passing through Atlético Mineiro of Brazil.

For his part, Montereywho has just lost to Chivas de Guadalajara in the Mexican league, has forward Rogelio Funes Moriemerged from the youth divisions of River, but is in doubt due to muscle discomfort.

The Rayados squad also includes Argentines Germán Berterame, Maximiliano Meza and Esteban Andrada, the former Boca who started in the rematch of the 2018 Copa Libertadores final at the Santiago Bernabéu in Madrid.

River Plate’s international tour will continue with two more commitments: Millionaires from Colombia (January 14) and Vasco da Gama from Brazil (January 17). Meanwhile, River’s debut in the Professional Soccer League will be on Saturday, January 28 against Central Córdoba in Santiago del Estero, as a visitor.

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probable formations

  • RIVER PLATE: Franco Armani; Robert Rojas, Jonatan Maidana, David Martinez, Milton Casco; Enzo Pérez, Santiago Simón, Rodrigo Aliendro, Ignacio Fernández; Pablo Solari and Miguel Borja. DT: Martin Demichelis.
  • MONTERREY: Esteban Andrada; Erick Aguirre, Hector Moreno, John Medina, Jesus Gallardo; Maximiliano Meza, Jordi Cortizo, Luis Romo, Arturo González; Funes Mori or Duvan Vergara and Germán Berterame. DT: Manuel Vucetich.
  • Stadium: Q2 (Austin, United States). Hour: 23. TV: Star+.

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