Uruguayan Clausura:The remaining of Round 2
Cerro v Danubio
Cerro will receive Danubio in Estadio Luis Troccoli, for the second round of the Clausura.
Cerro will make a few changes from the last match against Wanderers in which Cerro lost 3-1. Hector Acuna will make his return after being absent in various matches due to a suspension.
Claudio Dadomo will replace Adrian Leites. The players that will not be available for Pablo Alonso will be Matias Abisab and Luis Urriti, which are still recovering.
Danubio will not have any changes to the starting eleven, which is the team that equalized midweek against Cerro Largo. Leonardo Ramos has recovered and will be available to face Cerro.
Cerro lineup: Rodrigo Ordiozola, Mitchll Duarte, Pablo Melo, Maximiliano Pereira, Claudio Dadomo, Javier Mendez, Jonathan Rodriguez, Gustavo Varela, Carlos Grossmuller, Hugo Silveira, Hector Acuna.
Danubio lineup: Salvador Ichazo, Matias De Los Santos, Jadson Viera, Emiliano Velazquez, Federico Ricca, Hugo Soria, Gonzalo Porras, Camilo Mayada, Ignacio Gonzalez, Jonathan Alvez, Diego Martinones.
Cerro Largo v River Plate
River Plate will visit Cerro at the Ubilla de Melo this Sunday. Last match, Cerro Largo equalized against Wanderers while River lost against Penarol but demonstrated good football. River Plate loss to Penarol was controversial and it can be argued that the referee did have an influence in the end result.
Cerro Largo lineup: Alvaro Garcia, Martan Gonzalez, Raul Etchandia, Marcos Otegui, Jonathan Souza Motta, Bruno Silva, Ademar Martínez, Ignacio Nicolini, Leonardo Rivero, Rino Lucas, Enzo Borges
River Plate lineup: Damian Frascarelli, Claudio Herrera, Williams Martinez, Cristian Gonzalez, Luis Torrecilla, Claudio Inella, Claudio Gorriarán, Hamilton Pereira, Walter Vaz, Martin Alaniz, Michael Santos.
Juventud v El Tanque Sisley
Juventud and El Tanque, both lost their first round of the Clausura. They will face each other in El Parque Artigas de Las Piedras.
Juventud lineup: Martin Gongora, Alejandro Reyes, Brian de Barros, Dario Flores, Maximiliano Moreira, Rodrigo Viega, Renzo Pozzi, Jonathan Blanes, Xavier Chivitate, Matias Porcari, Jose María Franco.
El Tanque lineup: Nicola Perez, Esteban Maga, Martin Galain, Joaquin Aguirre, Yefferson Moreira, Jonathan Iglesias, Andres Aparicio, Gaston Martínez, Juan Pablo Fagundez, Gaston Machado, Junior Arias, Alvaro Mello.
Miramar v Racing
Miramar Missions come from defeating Rentistas while Racing fell to Nacional in a 2-0. Both teams will play their starting line from the last match.
Miramar lineup: Adrian Berbia, Christian Colman, Santiago Mastrangelo, Adrian Romero, Matias Lazo, Sebastian Perez, Marcelo Broli, Matias Appelt, Agustin Miraballes, Ignacio Christophersen, Walter Pandiani.
Racing lineup: Jorge Contreras, Gonzalo Aguilar, Damian Malrrechaufe, Pablo Lacoste, Jesus Trindade, Carlos Diaz, Ernesto Dudok, Diego Zabala, Agustin Gutierrez, Cristian Tabo, Luis Gorocito.
Nacional v Rentistas
Gerardo Pelusso has confirmed the team and in net will be Gustavo Munua, who has been performing well since his arrival at Nacional. Despite the double competition, the manger prefers to give Munua minutes instead of rotating with Jorge Bava.
In the back, Pablo Alvarez as a right back and Juan Manuel Diaz on the left. The centre-back duo will be Jorge Curbelo and Ismael Benegas. The captain, Andres Scotti will sit this match out.
Nacional will play with two center-midfielders, Maximiliano Calzada and Nicolas Prieto. Then slightly in front will be Rinaldo Cruzado, Carlos De Pena and Gaston Pereiro. Richard Porta will watch the match from the bench while the consistent high performance of Nacional youngster since the start of the season, Pereiro, will have another chance form the start. The only forward will be Ivan Alonso solely in the front.
The manager of Rentistas, Adolfo Baran has not confirmed the team but it is likely the team will be as follows, Guillermo Reyes, Cafu, Sebastian Ramirez, Sebastian Sellanes, Andres Silva, Facundo Moreira, Sebastian Vazquez, Gonzalo Bazallo, Marcelo Fernandez, Guillermo Maidana and Octavio Rivero.