Next Saturday River will receive Talleres at the Monumental for matchday number 21 of the Professional League and the Doll will have to decide which team he will put on, it is important to note that he will not be able to count on ten of his soccer players.
River knows very well that the margin of error in the Professional League is almost nil if they intend to win it. Next Saturday before Talleres he will have a litmus test since he will receive him at the Monumental with ten absences, several of them due to being summoned for the FIFA date, others due to injury and the rest due to suspension.
Before the T, the Doll will not have the three summoned available: Armani, Díaz and De La Cruz, nor the two suspended: Enzo Pérez and Andrés Herrera nor the five injured: Quintero, Simón, Aliendro, Rojas and Peña Biafore. With this scenario, the DT will have to choose the best he has available to receive Talleres, try to beat him and get closer to the top in the final stretch of the Professional League.
To replace Franco Armani there are no doubts and whoever defends the largest arch in the world will be Ezequiel Centurión. In defense there are few doubts since Casco’s versatility allows him to play on both sides, but it is estimated that Milton will be on the right side, Elías Gómez on the left and the central defense will be made up of Mammana and Pinola.
In the midfield there is only one doubt and that is to know who will replace Santiago Simón, who are fighting for a place are Tomás Pochettino and José Paradela. He will play central midfielder Bruno Zuculini, in front of him will be Agustín Palavecino and on the left, Esequiel Barco. will be on the offensive Pablo César Solari and probably Lucas Beltránalthough Miguel Ángel Borja asks for a clue to be the starting area forward.
How would River form against Talleres?
The possible team that would take to the field next Saturday from 6:00 p.m. on date 21 of the Professional League would be: Ezekiel Centurion; Milton Casco, Emanuel Mammana, Javier Pinola, Elías Gómez; Bruno Zuculini, Tomás Pochettino, Agustín Palavecino, Esequiel Barco; Pablo Solari and Lucas Beltran.