Always Ready will host Boca Juniors this Wednesday in a key match to advance to the round of 16

Always Ready will host Boca Juniors this Wednesday in a key match to advance to the round of 16

Always Ready will receive this Wednesday in La Paz Boca Juniors from Argentina, for the fourth date of Group E of the Copa Libertadores, with the chance to be at the top of group E of the Copa Libertadores and qualify for the round of 16.

The match is set for 8:00 p.m. in the state of Hernando Siles and will be directed by the Peruvian referee Kevin Ortega.

Key E is led by the Brazilian Corinthians with six points, escorted by the Colombian Deportivo Cali and Always Ready, both with 4 units, and in the basement Boca with 3.

– Add in the last local game –

Always Ready has harvested to dateat home, a victory (2-0) against Corinthians and a 2-2 draw against Deportivo Cali and a defeat (2-0) on their visit to Boca.

It’s their last home game (against the Argentines) at the Hernando Siles stadium in La Paz, at an altitude of 3,600 meters, and then he has very tough starts with Deportivo Cali and Corinthians.

A defeat would put him practically without possibilities of accessing the second round of the final or at least to be able to appear as one of the best third parties to obtain a ticket for the Copa Sudamericana.

In the domestic tournament, in their last match they added a defeat (2-0) at home against Bolívar, which affected the spirit of the squad.

– Win or win –

The xeneize squad arrives at the meeting with the sole slogan of “winning”, in an even group. Racked up a home win against Always Ready and two defeats in his trips to Colombia and Brazil.

“We have to win in BoliviaIt’s like that, we have to win everywhere where we have to”, said the coach of the Argentine team, Sebastián Battaglia.

It is unusual to see the giant club of America at the bottom of the table, when he is always used to being one of the great protagonists of international tournaments. The auriazul club harvests six Libertadores titles, one less than the most successful, Independiente de Avellaneda.

ANDn the minds of the Buenos Aires campus is the recurring theme of height, so they have to measure time and effort to avoid getting tired quickly.

In the local tournament, he is second in Group B.behind Estudiantes, qualified for the quarterfinals.

After the match at the Hernando Siles stadium, Boca will be local against Corinthians in La Bombonera, on May 17, and Always Ready visits Deportivo Cali, two days later.

Likely lineups

AlwaysReady: Nelson Cabrera, Adrián Martínez, Alex Enrique Rambal Ramírez, Enrique Flores – Juan Carlos Arce, Jonathan Borja, Alejandro Chumacero, Gustavo Cristaldo, Juan Adrian – Marcos Riquelme. DT: Eduardo Villegas.

Boca Juniors: Javier García – Luís Advíncula, Nicolás Figal, Carlos Zambrano, Frank Fabra – Pol Fernández, Alan Varela, Juan Ramírez, Cristian Medina – Eduardo Salvio and Luis Vázquez. DT: Sebastian Battaglia.

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