(ESPN.com) – River will visit Lanús this Wednesday, at 9:00 p.m., in the South, in one of the most attractive duels of the third round of the Professional Football League. The game will be played under the arbitration of Fernando Rapallini.
River comes from beating Unión 4 to 0 and adds 3 units in the table, while Lanús, leader with 6 points, arrives after beating Colón, the last champion, 4 to 1.
The Millionaires come in tune. It is that beyond the win against Tatengue, where the team also played very well, they also got into the quarterfinals of the Copa Libertadores after eliminating Argentinos Juniors.
For this game, coach Marcelo Gallardo would keep the same 11 who have come from achieving a solid performance against Unión.
Undoubtedly, the attacking pair between Matías Suárez and the newcomer Braian Romero is one of the bets of this new Gallardo era.
The former Defense and Justice made his debut very well and joined the team in the best way with Suárez as a partner on offense.
For his part, Lanús appears in the preview as a tough obstacle for Núñez’s team, since he is one of the leaders of the tournament.
On the first date he beat Atlético Tucumán 4 to 2 and in the second he beat Colón, the last champion, 4 to 1. Eight goals in two games excite the fans of Luis Zubeldia’s team.
The history indicates that they faced each other 134 times, with 76 wins for River, 27 for Lanús and 31 draws.
LANÚS: Lucas Acosta; Braian Aguirre, Guillermo Burdisso, Nicolás Thaller, Alexandro Bernabei; Angel González, Facundo Pérez, Julián Aude, Ignacio Malcorra; José Sand and José Manuel López. DT: Luis Zubeldia.
RIVER: Franco Armani; Gonzalo Montiel, Paulo Díaz, David Martínez, Fabrizio Angileri; Enzo Pérez, Bruno Zuculini, Nicolás De La Cruz, Jorge Carrascal; Matías Suárez and Braian Romero. DT: Marcelo Gallardo.
BASKETBALL COURT: Lanús.
REFEREE: Fernando Rapallini.