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ESPN Premium live: River – Vélez online by the Argentine Professional League 2023

River Plate vs. Vélez LIVE will face off for matchday 18 of the 2023 Argentine Professional League this Monday, May 29 at the José Amalfitani stadium. Those led by Martín Demichelis continue to be the only leaders of the tournament and hope to continue gaining points from their biggest supporters, while those led by Ricardo Gareca hope to break the losing streak and win after 8 long days. The game will be broadcast by ESPN Premium and Star Plus signals. Find out what time they play, possible formations and more about this important commitment. Also, in El Comercio you will find minute by minute with all incidents in real time.

When do River play Vélez?

The duel for date 18 of the Argentine Professional League 2023 between River Plate and Vélez will be held this Saturday, Monday, May 29, 2023 at the José Amalfitani stadium.

What time does River play against Vélez today?

The match between River Plate and Vélez is scheduled to be played starting at 7:30 p.m. (Peruvian time). We leave you the schedules of other countries so you don’t miss this important game.

Mexico: 6:30 p.m.

Ecuador: 7:30 p.m.

Colombia: 7:30 p.m.

Bolivia: 8:30 p.m.

Venezuela: 8:30 p.m.

Chile: 9:30 p.m.

Argentina: 9:30 p.m.

Paraguay: 9:30 p.m.

Uruguay: 9:30 p.m.

Brazil: 9:30 p.m.

On which channels to watch River – Vélez?

The meeting between River Plate and Vélez for date 18 of the Argentine Professional League 2023 will be broadcast by ESPN Premium and AFA Play signals for all of Argentina, while for the rest of South America, the signal enabled to broadcast the match are those of ESPN and STARPlus. Also, you can follow the minute by minute on the DT El Comercio website.

Formation, River – Vélez

  • River: Franco Armani; Andrés Herrera, Leandro González Pírez, Paulo Díaz, Milton Casco; Enzo Perez, Rodrigo Aliendro; Ignacio Fernández, Nicolás de la Cruz, Esequiel Barco; Lucas Beltran.
  • Velez: Gaston Gomez; Tomás Guidara, Diego Godín, Lautaro Giannetti and Francisco Ortega; Damián Fernández and Christian Ordóñez; Gianluca Prestianni, Lucas Pratto and Lucas Janson; Abiel Osorio.

History, River – Velez

They faced each other in 197 matches between amateurism and professionalism:

  • Velez won 50 times
  • River won 88 times
  • they tied 45 times

Previous, River – Vélez

The pointer River Plate, concerned about its situation in the Copa Libertadores de América, will visit a downcast Vélez Sarsfield on Monday in the stellar game of the eighteenth round of the 2023 Argentine League.

The ‘Millionaire’ comes from rescuing a 1-1 draw in his visit to the Peruvian Sporting Cristal, although he remains last in Group D of the Libertadores and forced to win his last two games, on a road to the round of 16 that was very difficult for him more than imagined.

“I understand the concern because we are in last place in the group, but as long as there are mathematical possibilities we are thinking of qualifying. We depend purely and exclusively on ourselves”, expressed the River Plate coach, Martín Demichelis.

The situation is worrying for River, which easily dominates the local competition, but in the Libertadores it did not show a convincing game, it suffered the toughest international defeat in its history against Fluminense, 5-1 in Rio de Janeiro, and it must win in the Monumental to the Brazilian team and to The Strongest to get into the round of 16.

But before concentrating on the duel against the Flu, River will seek to maintain its dominance in the League, in which it is 5 points ahead of guard San Lorenzo, and for this it will seek to beat a Vélez about to enter a crisis.

Ricardo Gareca, who had just successfully led the Peruvian team (2015-2022), began his second cycle as manager of Vélez full of illusions, but the results and performance have not accompanied his team, which has barely registered a victory , more than two months ago, and has eight games without victories.

“I would like to stay as long as possible. People can be angry and we understand it because you don’t win, but from the point of view of attitude it is beyond reproach, we give everything. I want to be, especially at this time, next to everyone, to the boys. But we also need to win”, said ‘Tiger’ Gareca.

Vélez also went through a week of mourning for the death of the children’s division coach, Hernán Manrique, who died a few days ago while a game of this category was being played, a circumstance for which the match that Vélez was to play against Racing was postponed for date 17 of the league.

Source: Elcomercio

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