The fight for promotion to Primera B in the 2023 season is one of the best in recent times. This Wednesday, Cobreloa caught up and beat Santiago Morning agonizingly 2 to 1, causing an upset at the top of the table.
Emiliano Astorga’s team took three golden points and were just one win away from reaching Deportes Antofagasta. And next week they play their second upcoming game where they can make a big splash and dream of a long-awaited return to the First Division.
Cobreloa sets the Primera B standings ablaze
After the playoffs, Cobreloa faced a daunting task in Primera B. Los Loínos needed to win their remaining two games at all costs to dream big again in the standings, with Santiago Morning presenting their first challenge.
And the mission was so clear that after a minute of play they found the opening of the account thanks to Cristian Insaurralde. With the lead from the start, they were able to control the proceedings, even if it wasn’t that easy.
In the second half, when the 69th minute of the game was played, Santiago Morning caused excitement. Óscar Ortega was responsible for the 1-1 final score, which brought things back to life for Cobreloa with less than half an hour to go.
But when the clock showed 90 minutes of the game, Luciano Parra dressed up as a hero. With a rocket into the penalty area he made the agonizing 2-1, giving them a crucial victory that gave them dreams of promotion to the First Division.
Now of course we have to wait and see what happens next Thursday, September 21st when they face Deportes Santa Cruz from 6:30 p.m. That’s not all, because tomorrow Antofagasta will also catch up and if they win, they will secure the top even if the Loínos win.
The battle in the Primera B standings is hot, there are several candidates for the title and promotion. Since four official dates are still outstanding, six teams are fighting for their option in the tournament, which means an end to the season for them.
What is the placement in the Primera B 2023?
This is what the Primera B standings look like after Cobreloa’s win against Santiago Morning:
The previous one
In the middle of Chilean football break Primera B makes up for some of these for national holidays pending games. Including the Cobreloa meeting that welcomes Santiago Morning for the corresponding duel Date 23 of the promotion tournament.
When do Cobreloa and Santiago Morning play?
Cobreloa welcomes Santiago Morning Wednesday, September 13th at 6:30 p.m at the Zorros del Desierto Stadium in the city of Calama.
On which channel can you watch the Primera B game live on TV?
The meeting between Cobreloa and Santiago Morning can be followed live on television via the screens of TNT Sports 3 on the following channels depending on the cable network operator:
TNT Sports 3
VCR: 46 (SD) (Santiago)
DTV: 632 (SD)
ENTEL: 220 (SD)
CLEAR: 189 (SD)
GTD/TELSUR: 82 (SD)
MOVISTAR: 484 (SD)
YOU SEE: 505 (SD)
ZAPING: 96 (HD)
Where can you watch the duel in the promotion tournament live via streaming?
The Primera B match can be watched live online via streaming via the TNT Sports 3 Stadium app.
Cobreloa wants to continue fighting for the title and Morning wants to get out of the red zone
In Cobreloa and Santiago Morning, opposing realities will collide. The loinos they stayed a little back in the title fight and they desperately need to win if they want to keep it up Illusion of promotion. In the last duel they beat Deportes Recoleta 2-1 away.
Emiliano Astorga’s team marches in Eighth place with 39 points, six units from Antofagasta, which is the front runner. Should the Calama team win, they would move up to fourth place, only three points behind Cougars.
He in turn Business had a very bad season where they were doing poorly Fight at the end of the competition very close to the relegation spot that Recoleta has occupied so far.
The team led by Luis Marcoleta has not won in three games of the tournament and has just drawn 2-2 against Deportes Puerto Montt. Results they have in the Fourteenth place with 25 points only one position away from relegation to the third category of Chilean football.