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Uruguay Primera Division: Round six

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MONTEVIDEO,URUGUAY - APRIL 09: Washington Tais of Danubio in action during a match as part of the Clausura 2011 at the Centenary Stadium on April 9,2011 in Montevideo,Uruguay.(Photo by Dante Fernandez/LatinContent/Getty Images)
MONTEVIDEO,URUGUAY - APRIL 09: Washington Tais of Danubio in action during a match as part of the Clausura 2011 at the Centenary Stadium on April 9,2011 in Montevideo,Uruguay.(Photo by Dante Fernandez/LatinContent/Getty Images)

Round six kicks off on Friday night at 19:30(EST)

El Tanque Sisley vs. Nacional

Last fixture Nacional defeated River Plate, 1-0. This was a huge win for Nacional as River was leading the Apertura table. Now they are both sitting in the table with 12 points each. El Tanque which is a point behind will not be an easy opponent for Nacional. In the lineup, Nacional have Burian in net since Bava sprained his knee last week.

El Tanque probable lineup: Nicola Perez, Juan Pablo Fagundez, Joaquin Aguirre, Bruno Piano, Carlos Santucho, Jefferson Moreira, Pablo Lima, Jonathan Iglesias, Juan Ignacio Marcarie, Santiago Lamanna, Cristian Palacios.

Nacional probable lineup: Leonardo Burian, Juan Manuel Alvarez, Andres Scotti, Ismael Benegas, Juan Manuel Diaz, Maximiliano Calzada, Diego Arismendi, Alvaro Fernandez, Ignacio Gonzalez, Ivan Alonso, Richard Porta.

Three matches on Saturday

Sud America vs. Cerro

TIME:14:30(EST)

Cerro is one of the top three teams in receiving goals. Sud America lost against Cerro Largo and Cerro will hope Sud America’s form will be a repeat from their last match. Matias Abisab will be starting for Cerro, the young midfielder participated in the South American U-20 Championship but was not called up for the world cup.

Cerro probable lineup: Rodrigo Odriozola, Mitchell Duarte, Eduardo Mieres, Pablo Melo, Daniel Leites, Juan Ramon Curbelo, Rodrigo De Oliveira, Matias Abisab, Gustavo Varela, Hector Acuna, Hugo Silveira

Sud America lineup: Matias Quintana, Maximiliano Pereiro, Rodrigo Mieres, Edgar Martinez, Adrian Argacha, Richard Pellejero, Javier Favarel, Federico Gallego, Angel Luna, Martin Correa, Juan Manuel Cobelli

Racing vs. Liverpool 

TIME:14:30(EST)

Racing won their last fixture and will repeat the starting eleven to take on Liverpool. Liverpool has not been able to make a comeback since their defeat in their second fixture of the Apertura.

Racing probable lineup: Jorge Contreras, Gonzalo Aguilar, Rodrigo Brasesco, Pablo Lacoste, Enzo Ruiz, Ernesto Dudok, Carlos Diaz, Jorge Gonzalez, Cristian Tabo, Luis Gorocito, Diego Zabala

Liverpool probable lineup: Guillermo De Amores, Agustin Pena, Martin Bonjour, Andres Lamas, Christian Almeida, Andres Ravecca, Gonzalo Freitas, Jonathan Barboza, Paulo Pezzolano, Facundo Barcelo, Rodrigo Aguirre

Wanderers vs. Peñarol

TIME:16:00(EST)

This match will determine if Alonso will continue to be the coach of “Los Aurinegros”. Currently, Penarol is the team of the Apertura to have received the most goals. Wanderers have a strong team and Penarol need the win but it will not be easy.

Penarol probable lineup: Danilo Lerda, Emiliano Albin Joe Bizera, Gonzalo Viera Nicolas Raguso, Marcelo Novick, Sebastian Piriz, Luis Aguiar, Antonio Pacheco, Marcelo Zalayeta, Jonathan Rodriguez

Wanderers probable lineup: Martin Rodriguez, Mauricio Gomez, Gaston Bueno, Martin Diaz, Maximiliano Olivera, Santiago Martinez, Guzman Pereira, Gaston Rodriguez, Pablo Lavandeira, Diego Riolfo, Rodrigo Pastorini

Four matches on Sunday at 16:00(EST)

Rentistas vs. Fénix 

Rentistas probable lineup: Guillermo Reyes, Sebastian Ramirez, Sebastian Sellanes, Ignacio Ithurralde, Andres Silva, Facundo Moreira, Gonzalo Bazallo, Rodrigo Vazquez, Gabriel Costa, Danilo Coccaro, Guillermo Maidana

Fenix probable lineup: Rafael Garcia, Juan Alvez, Maximiliano Perez, Fabricio Silva, Rodrigo Rojo, Agustin Olivera, Gonzalo Papa, Maximilano Perez, Hernan Novick, Nicolas Royon, Cecilio Waterman

Defensor Sporting vs. Cerro Largo

Defensor and Cerro Largo have a point difference between each other. Defensor have made lineup changes but their performance has still been disappointing.

Defensor probable lineup: Martin Campana, Emilio Zeballos, Mario Risso, Adres Fleurquin, Gaston Silva, Mauro Arambarri, Felipe Gedoz, Giorgian De Arrascaeta, Nicolas Olivera, Maximiliano Callorda, Federico Puppo

Cerro Largo probable lineup: Ramiro Bentacor, Marco Otegui, Adrian Romero, Alejandro Acosta, Mauricio Ruiz, Hernan Fener, Guillermo Moretti, Rodrigo Alvez, Enzo Borges, Adolfo Lima, Andre Nunez

River Plate vs. Miramar Misiones 

Miramar improved their performance in their last fixture but River Plate is one of the best teams in Apertura. A big score sheet can be expected for this match.

River Plate probable lineup: Damian Frascarelli, Luis Torrecila, Cristian Gonzalez, Flavio Cordoba, Lucas Olaza, Janderson Pereira, Gabriel Marques, Claudio Inella, Cristian Techera, Michael Santos, Diego Casas

Miramar probable lineup: Adrian Berbia, Martin Cardozo, Luis Maldonado, Pablo Pallante, Carlos Rodriguez, Facundo Tealde, Jhony Galli, Jonathan Rios, Matias Appeit, Federico Ramos, Jordan Mosquera

Danubio vs. Juventud

Danubio lead the table by one more point than River and Nacional. Danubio is the favorite of the match.

Danubio probable lineup: Salvador Ichazo, Hugo Soria, Jadson Viera, Emiliano Velazquez, Pablo Lima, Camilo Mayada, Gonzalo Porras, Angel Gabriel Cayetano, Ignacio Gonzalez, Liver Quinones, Jonathan Alvez

Juventud probable lineup: Martin Gongora, Alejandeo Reyes, Dario Flores, Brian De Barros, Darwin Torres, Cristian Larrote, Emiliano Romero, Rodrigo Viega, Matias Soto, Gaston Otreras, Nestor Silva