Uruguay faces Argentina this Sunday for the South American Qualifiers and it is expected that Master Óscar Washington Tabárez will propose a change in the tactical drawing.
To stop the Argentine attack, a team that comes with an unbeaten streak of 23 games, Tabárez would introduce modifications and would go on to place a line of five defenders ahead of Fernando Muslera, with two mixed midfielders, two midfielders and a center forward.
Those who would enter the celestial eleven would be Sebastián Coates, Ronald Araújo and Nicolás De La Cruz in relation to the last Uruguayan game against Colombia.
Something that would remain is the choice not to put two number 9 on the court, as was more common at another time in this process of the Celeste.
In turn, Tabárez has the casualties of José María Giménez, Rodrigo Bentancur and Giorgian De Arrascaeta, so the team was going to present notable differences with respect to the one that jumped onto the field against the Colombian National Team in any way.
In this way, the probable team to face Argentina would be with Muslera on the bow, Nahitan Nández, Sebastián Coates, Diego Godín, Ronald Araújo and Matías Viña; Federico Valverde and Matías Vecino; Nicolás De La Cruz, Brian Rodríguez and Luis Suárez.