(ESPN.com) – Boca Juniors will visit Huracán this Saturday from 8.15pm, on the 16th date of the Professional Soccer League. The match will be played at the Tomás Adolfo Ducó stadium, with the refereeing by Nicolás Lamolina.
After losing in the superclassic against River leaving a poor image, Sebastián Battaglia’s team recovered with a good victory by 4 to 2 against Lanús.
Boca has 24 points and is nine from River, the leader, but it aims to add to get into the Copa Libertadores in 2022. Anyway, it also has the chance to enter the continental tournament if it wins the Copa Argentina, where in the semifinals will play against Argentinos Juniors.
For this game, Marcos Rojo will return instead of Lisandro López, after having served the suspension for the red against River.
In addition, Esteban Rolón will enter for Jorman Campuzano (double yellow), while Aaron Molinas will do it for Edwin Cardona and Luis Vázquez for Nicolás Orsini (both torn).
On the other hand, on the right side Marcelo Weingadt, with good performances, will continue as a starter taking into account that the Peruvian Luis Advíncula was injured with his National Team in the Qualifiers.
In addition, Juan Ramírez, injured against the Board by the Argentine Cup, has already recovered and will be on the substitute bench.
On the side of Huracán, which comes from three consecutive victories (Newell’s. Arsenal and Central Córdoba), coach Frank Kudelka would be inclined to repeat the same 11 that comes from beating Central Córdoba de Rosario.
Boca comes with a good streak playing at the Ducó, where he has not lost for 27 years. The last defeat was in October 1994, 3 to 1.
The history indicates that both teams played 175 games, with 91 wins for Boca, 33 for Huracán and 51 draws.
HURRICANE: Marcos Díaz; Ismael Quilez, Jonathan Galván, Lucas Merolla and César Ibáñez; Franco Cristaldo, Fabián Henríquez and Lucas Vera; Jhonatan Candia, Matías Cóccaro and Rodrigo Cabral. DT: Frank Kudelka.
MOUTH: Agustín Rossi; Marcelo Weingandt, Carlos Izquierdoz, Marcos Rojo and Frank Fabra; Rodrigo Montes, Esteban Rolón and Agustín Almendra; Aaron Molinas; Cristian Pavón and Luis Vázquez. DT: Sebastián Battaglia.
REFEREE: Nicolás Lamolina.