Uruguay Primera Division Round: 14
By Analia Sordi
Saturday at 15:00(EST)
Penarol vs. Liverpool
Damian Macaluso got injured during the week in training and Jonathan Sandoval will replace him. Bizera who has started the last two matches but never gets to play the full 90’ due to an ongoing injury will be excluded from Saturday match. Then there is Augusto Medina, a promising youth player that performed well when he was given the opportunity but he will as well miss out Saturday fixture after feeling some muscular discomfort.
Penarol lineup: Juan Castillo, Baltasar Silva, Jonathan Sandoval, Jadson Viera, Nicolas Raguso, Marcel Novick, Sebastian Piriz, Fabian Estoyanoff, Luis Aguiar, Marcelo Zalayeta, Jonathan Rodriguez
Liverpool lineup: Guillermo De Amores, Agustin Pena, Martin Bonjour, Andres Lamas, Christian Almeida, Gonzalo Freitas, Jonathan Barboza, Gaston Filgueiras, Paulo Pezzolano, Facundo Barcelo, Gustavo Alles
Rentistas vs Sud America
Sud America lineup is the same eleven from last week fixture against Defensor. On Friday, in training Danilo Coccaro started to feel some muscular discomfort and Rentistas will wait for a few hours before the game to decide if he will play.
Rentistas lineup: Guillermo Reyes, Sebastian Ramirez, Ignacio Ithurralde, Sebastian Sellanes, Richard Rodriguez, Gonzalo Bazallo, Rodrigo Sebastian Vazquez, Gabreil Costa, Marcelo Fernandez, David Terans, Guillermo Maidana
Sud America lineup: Javier Irazun, Maximiliano Pereiro, Diego Viotti, Rodrigo Mieres, Fabian Yantorno, Fernando Pascual, Richard Pelejero, Angel Luna, Federico Gallego, Gonzalo Malan, Santiago Gonzalez
Wanderers vs. Defensor
Wanderers manager, Alfredo Arias makes an obligated change with Emiliano Diaz replacing Gaston Bueno who was been suspended. In Defensor there is the return of Ramon Airas, Lucas Morales and Giorgian De Arrascaeta.
Wanderers lineup: Federico Cristoforo, Mauricio Gomez, Emiliano Diaz, Martin Diaz, Maximilano Olivera, Santiago Martinez, Matias Santos, Adrian Colombino, Gaston Rodriguez, Rodrigo Pastorini, Sergio Blanco
Defensor lineup: Martin Campana, Ramon Arias, Mario Risso, Matias Malvino, Lucas Morales, Federico Gino, Mauro Aramberri, Giorgian De Arrascaeta, Felipe Gedoz, Nicolas Olivera, Ignacio Risso
Sunday at 7:15(EST)
Fenix vs. Cerro
Fenix players, Juan Manuel Ortiz and Franco Acosta continue to recover from their injuries. The same eleven that defeated Cerro Largo will be placed on the field by Juan Tejera. As for Cerro, the injured Carlos Grossmuller will be replaced by Gustavo Varela. Cerro goal-scorer, Acuna continues to be suspended.
Fenix lineup: Luis Mejia, Juan Alvez, Fernando Machado, Ignacio Pallas, Rodrigo Rojo, Christian Silvera, Gonzalo Papa, Leandro Zaspe, Marco Mansulino, Hernan Novick, Maximiliano Perez
Cerro lineup: Rodrigo Odriozola, Gabriel De Leon, Pablo Melo, Maximiliano Pereira, Daniel Leites, Javier Mendez, Rodrigo De Oliveira, Juinjo Gustavo Varela, Hugo Silveira, Mauricio Alonso
Sunday at 15:00(EST)
Tanque vs. Danubio
El Tanque will put Pablo Lima instead of the Argentine Juan Ignacio Marcarie. Danubio just behind River Plate and Nacional still have an opportunity to win the Apertura title. However, Danubio need to win the remaining fixtures and one of the current leaders need to fall to one of their opponents.
Tanque lineup: Nicola Perez, Juan Pablo Fagundez, Joaquin Aguirre, Carlos Santucho, Yefferson Moreira, Andres Aparicio, Gaston Martinez, Jnathan Iglesias, Pablo Lima, Gaston Puerari, Alvaro Alejandro Mello
Danubio lineup: Salvador Ichazo, Hugo Soria, Favricio Formiliano, Emiliano Velazquez, Pablo Lima, Gonzalo Porras, Pablo Miguez, Camilo Mayada, Ignazio Gonzalez, Liber Quinones, Jonathan Alvez
Juventud vs. Cerro Largo
It will be the same eleven for Juventud as in the draw with Penarol. As for Cerro Largo, the manger does not want to confirm the team but it is expected that two substitutes will be made. Jonathan Souza Motta and Rino Luca have trained differentiated from the team due to injuries.
Juventud lineup: Martin Gongora, Darwin Torres, Rodrigo Cavera, Brain De Barros, Alejandro Reyes, Renzo Pozzi, Emiliano Romero, Jonathan Balnes, Gaston Otreras, Jonathan Charquero, Jaime Baez
Miramar vs. Nacional
Miramar has improved their performance and is undefeated in their last three fixtures. Seeking any points they can get to avoid relegation they will leave everything on the field with Nacional. In Nacional the captain has fully recover and will play on Sunday.
Miramar lineup: Alberto Eiraldi, Cristian Colman, Santiago Mastrangelo, Martin Cardozo, Matias Lazo, Matias Appelt, Sebastian Perez, Jonathan Rios, Ignacio Christophersen, Ignacio Colombini, Walter Pandiani
Nacional lineup: Jorge Bava, Guillermo De Los Santos, Andres Scotti, Ismael Benegas, Juan Manuel Diaz, Alvaro Fernandez, Diego Arismendi, Maximilano Calzada, Ignacio Gonzalez, Richard Porta, Ivan Alonso
Racing vs. River Plate
Once again River Plate are leading the table and with just two fixtures left in the Apertura it is crucial to come out with a win in the remaining fixtures.
Racing lineup: Leandro Gelpi, Jesus Trindade, Rodrigo Brasesco, Pablo Lacoste, Enzo Ruiz, Carlos Diaz, Ernesto Dudok, Agustin Gutierrez, Diego Zabalo, Calos Acosta, Luis Gorocito
River Plate: Damian Frascarelli, Luis Torrecilla, Cristian Gonzalez, Flavio Cordoba, Lucas Olaza, Hamilton Pereira, Gabriel Marques, Bruno Montelongo, Martin Alaniz, Michael Santos, Alexander Rosso