Boca Juniors will host Defensa y Justicia on Tuesday, on the 11th date of the League Tournament, and Sebastián Battaglia would already have a defined team at the helm.
According to what he tested in training on Saturday, coach xeneize would return to a 4-3-1-2 scheme, to return Juan Ramírez to the position that best suits him, on the left and Aaron Molinas would return and the one who would leave is Cristian Medina. That would be the only name change.
According to information from the chroniclers of ESPN Emiliano Raddi and Augusto César, Agustín Almendra could not train due to a discomfort in his left ankle. The studies did not show any injuries, so Battaglia will wait for him. Diego González played in his place.
On Saturday, the DT arranged a soccer practice, where he stopped two teams that faced youth. The probable headline was: Rossi; Weigandt, Izquierdoz, Rojo and Sandez; “Pulpo” González, Campuzano, Ramírez; Aaron Molinas; Vázquez and Briasco. While among the alternates were García; Mancuso, Dilollo, López, Fabra; Rolón, Varela, Medina, Cardona; Pavónn and Orsini.
Luis Advíncula is the only one who returned from the Peruvian National Team, but in principle Marcelo Weigandt would continue on the right side. Carlos Zambrano did not work due to a cut to his face in training on Thursday.
In this way, the starting eleven on Tuesday would be: Agustín Rossi; Marcelo Weigandt, Carlos Izquierdoz, Marcos Rojo, Agustín Sández; Agustín Almendra, Jorman Campuzano, Juan Ramírez; Aaron Molinas; Norberto Briasco and Luis Vázquez.
Boca Juniors will receive Defense and Justice in La Bombonera, from 9:00 p.m.