Hurricane will host Lanús for the fifth chapter of the Professional Football League. Write down the game schedule, the possible formations and the TV that will broadcast this Saturday meeting.
WHAT TIME DOES HURACÁN – LANÚS PLAY?
The clash will take place from 6 pm, at the Tomás A. Ducó Stadium, in Parque Patricios. Andres Merlos will be the main referee of the match.
WHERE TO SEE LIVE HURACÁN – LANÚS?
The match can be watched on the TNT Sports screen. And as usual, you can follow all the actions and minute by minute by Ole.
HOW DOES HURRICANE ARRIVE?
Hurricane accumulates a victory, a loss and two draws so far in the tournament. Not a bad start for the Globe (although of course, it could be better). Although it ranks sixteenth in the table, it is three points from the high zone. The start has been very even between almost all the teams, and that is why it is an important game for those of Parque Patricios to add three and get on top. In addition, the Quemero team wants to enforce the tie achieved against River as a visitor on the last date.
And as for the assembly of the team that receives Grana, Frank Darío Kudelka has a forced change due to the expulsion of César Ibáñez in El Monumental. With Leandro Grimi and Wálter Pérez injured, the only alternative is Iván Erquiaga, who just returned from a muscle injury last Sunday against Millo, and to top it all, ended up limping.
Thus, the replacement for Ibáñez will be Ismael Quílez, the last of the reinforcements, who will thus have his debut with the Huracán jersey. And on the other hand, the DT wants to wait until the last moment for Santiago Hezze, who is recovering from a sprained ankle. In case Copo does not become available, it will surely be the youthful Federico Marín who will replace him, as in Núñez, since he has characteristics a little more similar than Lucas Vera, with a more offensive cut.
HOW DOES LANÚS GET?
Lanús comes from drawing 1-1 against Unión in La Fortaleza. Equality left a taste for defeat. With seven units, Grana reaches this fifth date as a guard, along with Colón, Atlético Tucumán, River and Board of Trustees.
But Luis Zubeldia knows that he has many things to improve, especially in defense. Above, he continues to add casualties: to those of Diego Braghieri (injury to the left-handed instep), Lautaro Morales, Tomás Belmonte and Pedro De la Vega (just returned from the Olympics), is added that of Lautaro Acosta. The captain drags physical discomfort and will be given rest; Ángel González is emerging as a replacement. Neither of them concentrates for today’s game.
In addition, the DT did not lower the price to his rival. “Huracán is a strong team with its defenders, its central midfielder and its three forwards,” he said at a press conference. And he closed, in the form of a wish: “I hope we can have a good game.”
Hurricane: Marcos Diaz; Ismael Quilez, Jonathan Galván, Lucas Merolla and Raúl Lozano, Federico Marín, Claudio Yacob, Franco Cristaldo and Nicolás Silva; Enrique Triverio and Jhonatan Candia. DT: Frank Kudelka.
Lanús: Lucas Acosta; Brian Aguirre, Nicolás Thaller, Guillermo Burdisso and Alexander Bernabei; Angel González, Jorge Morel or Julián Aude, Facundo Pérez and Ignacio Malcorra; José López and José Sand. DT: Luis Zubeldia.