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Probable formation of Boca vs.  River 2022 for the superclassic

Probable formation of Boca vs. River 2022 for the superclassic

Probable formation of Boca vs.  River 2022 for the superclassic

Lima, March 19, 2022Updated on 03/19/2022 01:00 pm

Boca Juniors will visit this Sunday March 20 to River Plate in the Monumental stadium for the seventh day of the Argentine Professional League. Sebastián Battaglia will have to face the superclásico without his best defense and captain, Carlos Izquierdoz, who will miss the match due to injury.

The ‘Cali’ suffered a fracture of the base of the fifth metatarsal of the left foot in the match against Estudiantes de La Plata and will be out of the fields for almost 3 months.

However, the captain of the “Xeneize” team, after undergoing surgery, confirmed to the doctors that he will be at the Monumental stadium to support his teammates: “Whatever it is, I’m going to accompany the campus”.

After Izquierdoz’s injury, the man to replace him would be Carlos Zambrano, who in the last superclásico played in Núñez managed to score against Franco Armani.

Apart from the loss of ‘Cali’, Boca could also be left without Darío Benedetto and Óscar Romero, since they come from an injury, however, the Argentine coach does not rule them out and most likely they can go to the substitute bench.

POSSIBLE FORMATION OF BOCA JUNIORS

  • Agustin Rossi; Luis Advíncula, Carlos Zambrano, Marcos Rojo, Frank Fabra; Cristian Medina, Pol Fernandez; Sebastián Villa, Óscar Romero or Aaron Molinas, Juan Ramírez; Luis Vazquez or Dario Benedetto.

WHERE TO SEE THE MATCH BOCA – RIVER?

For Argentina you will be able to see the superclassic through the signals of TNT Sports and FOX Sports Premium, while for the rest of the countries in South America it will be broadcast by the ESPN signal.

  • Argentina: TNT Sports, FOX Sports Premium
  • Peru: ESPN, Star+
  • Colombia: ESPN, Star+
  • Ecuador: ESPN, Star+
  • Bolivia: ESPN, Star+
  • Chile: ESPN, Star+
  • Paraguay: ESPN, Star+
  • Uruguay: ESPN, Star+
  • Venezuela: Star+
  • Mexico: Fanatiz Mexico
  • United States: PrendeTV, Paramount+

Source: Elcomercio

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