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Junior vs. Union Santa Fe LIVE for Copa Sudamericana – Time and TV channels

Junior vs. Santa Fe Union LIVE ESPN: They will face each other this Thursday, May 26 from 7:30 pm (Peruvian and Colombian time) and 9:30 pm (Argentine time) for the sixth date of Group H of the South American Cup. The match will also be broadcast on beIN Sports, Star+ and DirecTV GO, while you will be able to follow all the incidents, with videos of the goals, in this minute by minute.

The actions will take place at the Roberto Meléndez Metropolitan Stadium in Barranquilla and the Paraguayan referee Eber Aquino will be in charge of dispensing justice. Currently in Group H, Junior is the leader, with 10 points; followed by Unión Santa Fe, which adds nine; while Fluminense is third, with eight units; and Oriente Petrolero closes the table without a score.

On which channel to watch Junior vs. Union Santa Fe?

  • Argentina: Star+, ESPN Argentina
  • bolivia: Star+
  • Brazil: NOW NET and Claro, CONMEBOL TV
  • Chili: Star+
  • Colombia: Star+
  • International: Bet365
  • Paraguay: Star+
  • Peru: Star+
  • Uruguay: Star+
  • Venezuela: Star+

What time to watch Junior vs. Union Santa Fe?

  • United States – 5.30 pm Los Angeles time
  • Mexico – 7.30 pm
  • United States – 7:30 pm Texas time
  • Peru – 7.30 pm
  • Ecuador – 7.30 pm
  • Colombia – 7.30 p.m.
  • United States – 8.30 pm Miami time
  • Bolivia – 8.30 pm
  • Chile – 8.30 pm
  • Paraguay – 8.30 pm
  • Venezuela – 8.30 pm
  • Uruguay – 9.30 p.m.
  • Argentina – 9.30 pm
  • Brazil – 9.30 pm
  • England – 1.30am (Friday 27th May)
  • Spain – 2.30 am (Friday, May 27)
  • Italy – 2.30 am (Friday May 27)

The ‘Tiburón’ has shown a solid level throughout the Copa Sudamericana and has the first chance to advance, even drawing, but at the same time Fluminense should not beat Oriente Petrolero by a difference of five goals. Although the outlook is favorable for the Colombian team, the team is not confident.

Those led by Juan Cruz Real have the opportunity to secure qualification at home, in the company of their fans. The illusion is great, given that Junior de Barranquilla won his last two matches at home: 3-0 over ‘Flu’ and 2-0 against Oriente Petrolero.

These results highlight the defensive strength, which has had as main references the duo of central defenders made up of Dany Rosero and Jorge Arias. In addition, Miguel Borja appears as the leader of the offense, with four goals; and Omar Albornoz, his partner, has two celebrations.

For its part, Unión de Santa Fe is the only club that remains undefeated in this group of the South American, although it has not been very consistent in adding wins. Precisely, the squad led by coach Gustavo Munúa recorded two 0-0 draws, both against Fluminense.

However, the ‘Tatengue’ arrives complicated to the last day: they must win and will be in the round of 16. The mission is difficult, but there is a detail that favors the Argentines: they come with a week off to face this key clash.

History of Junior vs. Santa Fe Union

The only duel between Junior and Unión de Santa Fe dates from the first round of this Copa Sudamericana. That time, the actions took place at the 15 de Abril Stadium in Argentina and the scoreboard decreed a 1-1 draw: Federico Vera put ‘Tatengue’ ahead and then scored an own goal to equalize ‘Tiburón’.

Junior vs. Union Santa Fe: possible alignments

Junior: Sebastian Viera; Fabián Viafara, Daniel Rosero, Dany Rosero, Gabriel Fuentes; Omar Albornoz, Carlos Esparragoza, Yesus Cabrera, Didier Moreno, Fredy Hinestroza Arias and Miguel Borja.

Santa Fe Union: Santiago Melé; Emanuel Britez, Franco Calderón, Lucas Esquivel, Federico Vera; Juan Portillo, Enzo Roldan, Jonatan Alvez; Mauro Luna Diale, Mariano Peralta Bauer and Kevin Zenon.

Source: Elcomercio

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