The Copa Libertadores da América, the main competition in South American football, arrives at another decisive moment. And this Tuesday (2), Corinthians and Flamengo face each other at Neo Química Arena, at 21:30 (Brasília time), in a match valid for the first leg of the quarterfinals of the tournament.
Considered the great duel of this phase of Libertadores, Corinthians and Flamengo put the two biggest fans in the country face to face in the fight for a spot in the semifinals. At different times, the teams of Vítor Pereira and Dorival Júnior promise a great game.
Corinthians vs Flamengo; where to watch live
The classic between Corinthians and Flamengo, which takes place this Tuesday (2), at 9:30 pm (Brasília time), and which is valid for the quarter-finals of the Copa Libertadores da América, will be broadcast live and exclusively by the SBT channel. (open TV), in addition to the CONMEBOL TV channel (pay-per-view). See the match sheet below:
|CORINTHIANS X FLAMENGO|
|Time:||21:30 (Brasilia time)|
|Stadium:||Neo Química Arena|
|Where to watch:||SBT / CONMEBOL TV|
|Competition:||Copa Libertadores 2022 Quarter Finals|
On the Corinthians side, coach Vítor Pereira still has doubts about the team he will send to the field. The main uncertainty is in the attack sector, since the duo formed by Roger Guedes and Yuri Alberto did not have the performance expected by the coaching staff.
With that, the most likely scenario is that Timão will go to the field with 3 defensive midfielders and with Adson among the holders. The likely lineup of Corinthians has: Cassius; Fagner, Gil (Bruno Méndez), Balbuena and Lucas Piton; Cantillo, Du Queiroz and Maycon; William, Adson and Yuri Alberto.
On the Flamengo side, coach Dorival Júnior has plenty of options to build the team. Vidal and Éverton Cebolinha, the two main reinforcements of this transfer window, can enter the starting lineup.
There are still doubts about the lineup of the red-black. However, a likely lineup has: Saints; Rodinei, David Luiz, Léo Pereira and Filipe Luis; João Gomes, Vidal (Thiago Maia), Arrascaeta and Éverton Ribeiro (Everton); Gabriel and Peter.