Four games will resume the contest from September 15, while the Argentine teams received a wink and were scheduled for Thursday 17.
The Libertadores Cup It has a clear horizon from the schedule of matches exhibited this Monday by CONMEBOL. Although the coronavirus pandemic is expected to slow down in South America, expectations are set to return to the fields at this event in mid-September.
As announced, Tuesday 9/15 will be the day of the relaunch for a group stage that came to play just two days before the break.
⚽ To schedule!
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In this way, there will be four games that will be played on the aforementioned day, all in different countries: Jorge Wilstermann will open in the first round against Athletico Paranaense in Bolivia and, in unison, Colo Colo will face Peñarol in Chile. In the second round of matches, Binational will wait for Liga de Quito in Bolivia and Santos, in Brazil, for Olimpia.
One day later there will be five commitments: Inter de Porto Alegre-América de Cali, Students from Mérida-Alianza Lima, Universidad Católica-Gremio, Bolívar-Palmeiras and Independiente Medellín-Caracas.
While for Thursday 17 a place was reserved for the order of the Argentine teams, the only ones in the continent that still do not have a training date (it is estimated for August 3, although there is no official announcement).
On that day, Racing will be local against Nacional de Uruguay, River will visit Sao Paulo, Defense and Justice will play at home with Delfín, Libertad in Paraguay with Boca Juniors and Tigre against Guaraní. In addition, the current champion Flamengo will be a visitor to Independiente del Valle is the same 17/9.
“CONMEBOL Libertadores returns to the scene next Tuesday, September 15 and therefore the CONMEBOL Club Competitions Directorate informed, by note to the Member Associations, the updates of schedules and dates of the CONMEBOL Libertadores matches, after the suspension of the tournament by COVID-19 “, reported from the official site.
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