They finished the first 45 in the match as River Plate beat Cerro 2-1. With goals from Gonzalo Castro (23′ 1T) and Hernán Rivero (27′ 1T), the local team won at the Parque Federico Omar Saroldi stadium.
A home-and-away game is expected between two rivals who did not go beyond a draw on the previous date of the current season and who must take advantage of their virtues if they want to go for the three points.
River Plate ended the day with a draw to 0 against Racing (U). In the previous 2 rounds, they won 1 time and lost 1 time. He received 2 goals and added 3 in favor.
On the last date, Cerro finished with a 0-0 draw against Deportivo Maldonado. With mixed results in recent matches, the team recorded 1 win and 1 loss. He managed to score 3 goals and conceded 2 goals.
The host is in seventh place with 4 points (1 PG – 1 EP – 1 PP), while the visit accumulates 4 points and is in sixth place in the championship (1 PG – 1 EP – 1 PP).
Leodán González Cabrera was the chosen referee for the match at the Parque Federico Omar Saroldi stadium.
River Plate formation today
The team managed by Gustavo Díaz plan their match with a 4-2-4 formation with Fabrizio Correa in goal; Maximiliano Pereira, Horacio Salaberry, Gonzalo Viera and Facundo Kidd in defense; Joaquín Trasante and Ramiro Cristóbal in the middle; and Pablo García, Pablo López, Gonzalo Castro and Hernán Rivero in front.
Hill formation today
For their part, those led by Danielo Nuñez stand on the field with a 4-4-2 strategy with Darío Denis under the three sticks; Alan García, Hugo Magallanes, Nicolás Cabral, Mathías Abero in defense; Nahuel Acosta, Lúcas Rodríguez, Ignacio Ojeda and Franco Faría in midfield; and Luca Franco and Joel Martínez in front.
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