Newells (20 points) is looking to speed up his recovery when he visits Huracan tonight. The red and black players, who were rid of a heavy bag eight games without a win in the Professional League with Wednesday’s win against Lanes in Colosso, will now look to rediscover regularity at the start of the tournament. It won’t be easy for them against the lofty team (24 units) of Diego Dabov. DT Javier Sanguinetti will once again bet on Pablo Perez as the central pivot, keeping the cheeky Brian Aguirre as the winger and Djorkaeff Reasco as the centre-forward, replacing the expelled Nazareno Funez. Thus the leprosy would seek more oxygen to try and take a victorious ride in a balloon at Parque Patricios at night.
The Reds and Blacks came out of the league with a fair and meritorious victory against the Lanes. And the main thing was that he got that result on his own merit and not by chance. Because leprosy defeated pomegranate with authority. From the knowledge of Pablo Pérez, the ant work of Juan Sforza in the middle and the guts of Brian Aguirre in the attack, who got his start as a starter and contributed to all his pastures.
Sanguinetti will line up four defenders to face the balloons: Méndez, Velázquez, Ditta and Luciano. There will be three midfielders: Sforza, Perez and Guillermo Balzi, who played a good game and scored a brilliant goal against Garnett.
And on offense the trident will be up to wingers Ramiro Sordo and Brian Aguirre and nine as Jorcaif Risco, who will have a new chance to showcase his positions from the start.
The match will favor Newell if the red and black wingers manage to enforce a face-off position. Because if Sordo and Aguirre find the blank and are accurate with the ball, they can hit the final burning line.
The park’s “ligaritos” are the Sanguinetti team’s trump cards. These allow the leper attack to spread its wings and form a wide and deep team.
Otherwise, the red and black colors will become predictable and will humbly fall into the storm guard’s funnel.
And if Pablo Perez manages to handle the strings in midfield, the process will be satisfied with leprosy. In this sense, its slopes, Sforza and Balzi would have to be illuminated, with deployment to mark marks and with the courage to step onto enemy ground.
Newell got his feet out of the mud last night, but it’s still not on solid ground in terms of play.
As a result, tonight you will have a good challenge to strengthen your recovery. Tomas Duco Stadium will be his “Palace of Opportunity”.
Juanchon and Ferreira, focus
For the fifteenth date of the Professional League, the novelty on the list of focus from Newells to travel to Huracan on Saturday night is the return of the availability of Juan Manuel García and Cristian Ferreira, both of Juanchon after recovering from their respective illnesses. There was a muscle strain and Ferreira had an injury to the right plantar fascia. Both will be like relays in front of the balloon.
Other players who make up the focused list are the goalkeepers: Morales, Herrera and San Juan. Defenders: Luciano, Ditta, Mendez, Mancilla, Velázquez, Glavinovich, Campagnaro and Jacob. Midfielders: Perez, Sforza, Portillo, Benitez and Balzi. And so forth: Risco, Aguirre, Rossi, Sordo, Singolani and Panchito Gonzalez.
Hurricane: Lucas Chaves; Guillermo Soto, Patricio Pizarro or Santiago Moya, Fernando Tobio and Lucas Carrizo; Santiago Heze and Federico Fattori; Benjamin Gare, Franco Cristaldo and Rodrigo Cabral; Mattias Kokaro.
DT: Diego Dabov 4-2-3-1
Newells: Lautaro Morales; Armando Mendez, Gustavo Velazquez, Villar Ditta and Martin Luciano; John Sforza, Paul Perez and Guillermo Balzi; Def Ramiro, Jorkef Risco and Brian Aguirre.
DT: Javier Sanguinetti 4-3-3
Stadium: Huracán / Referee: Jorge Balino / Time: 8:30 pm / TV: ESPN Premium / Public TV