Boca Juniors had their first soccer practice since the defeat in the Superclásico with River Plate, with a view to the match with Lanús for the League Tournament, and Sebastián Battaglia tried four variants: two forced by absences and two tactics.
On SportsCenter AM, Emiliano Raddi reported that DT xeneize used Marcelo weigandt on the right side, because Luis Advíncula is with the Peruvian National Team for the date of the South American Qualifiers, while Lisandro Lopez He will replace Marcos Rojo, suspended for his expulsion, and Carlos Izquierdoz will run as second center-back.
But there were two other changes with respect to the team that started last Sunday at the Monumental Stadium, by choice of the coach: Diego González left the place to the youth Rodrigo Montes, and Cristian Pavón to Norberto Briasco.
On the other hand, the good news from Thursday’s practice is that Eduardo Salvio did soccer for the substitutes and could be considered to be in the bank on Saturday.
In this way, the probable eleven of the Xeneize is: Agustín Rossi; Marcelo Weigandt, Lisandro López, Carlos Izquierdoz, Frank Fabra; Rodrigo Montes, Jorman Campuzano, Agustín Almendra; Edwin Cardona; Noberto Briasco and Nicolás Orsini.
With the return of the public to the Bombonera after more than a year and a half, Boca will receive Lanús on Saturday from 8:15 p.m.