In University of Chile They are preparing for their next game in the National Championship, where they will face Copiapó in order to end the negative streak of seven games without a win. It is crucial for Mauricio Pellegrino to get a good result as his continuity as the team’s coach is questionable and he needs to calm the anger of the fans.
The Blues coach is willing to do whatever it takes to turn his team’s current poor situation around, so he would be considering a major change in strategy. In the friendly matches he has played in recent days, University of Chile They used the 4-3-3 formation and would use this again against Copiapó, a tactic used by Mauricio Pellegrino at the start of the season.
This possible strategy also opened up the possibility of Renato Huerta being in the starting lineup again. University of Chile, as he was the team’s right winger when Pellegrino used the 4-3-3. The 19-year-old striker no longer played a role at Romántico Viajero when the coach changed his tactics and, in addition to his injuries, he has not logged many minutes in recent months.
Furthermore, the departure of Darío Osorio to Midtjylland in the last transfer market increases the chances that Renato Huerta will play, as he would be the ideal replacement for the current former one University of Chile. At the moment there is no confirmation about these intentions of Mauricio Pellegrino, but the friendlies and the team’s final training sessions are raising the hopes of the 19-year-old striker.
The present of Copiapó
University of Chile will face Copiapó the next day of the National Championship, a rival that has not had a good year and is fighting to avoid falling into the relegation zone. Although León de Atacama had poor results this season, they managed an important draw against Colo Colo that lifted the spirits of the team and fans.
It won’t be easy for the Blues to beat Copiapó as visitors, but they won’t lose hope thanks to the changes planned by Pellegrino. This match will take place on Sunday 24th at 3:00 p.m. in Chile (same time in Argentina, 12:00 p.m. in Mexico, 8:00 p.m. in Spain) at the Luis Valenzuela Hermosilla Stadium.