Costa appears as the starter and Quinteros adds alternatives

Colo Colo will face Universidad de Chile this Sunday in a new version of the Chilean soccer Superclásico. The match corresponding to the twenty-second date of the National Championship and will take all the attention of the day.

Unlike the last matches, both teams arrive at the top of the standings where the Cacique is the exclusive leader of the competition with 40 points and the Blues are fifth with 33 units. For this reason, the albos aim to obtain a victory and increase their advantage with the classic rival, especially considering that another of the candidates, Universidad Católica, will be free on this date.

Gustavo Quinteros has at his disposal all the players who played the last match against Everton de Viña del Mar, at the Monumental, the main novelty in the starting eleven would be the inclusion from the first minute of Gabriel Costa, who had not been in the team stellar due to his participation in the Peruvian team and only added 45 minutes in the last alba victory.

The entry of Costa generates a series of variants to the coaching staff. Before the roulette players, the U21 of the last dates entered instead of Joan Cruz, a situation that could be repeated before the university students since the steering wheel presents a discomfort and has not trained normally.

Another possibility, in order not to lose a youth on the court, is that the Peruvian team enters through Cruz and Vicente Pizarro uses the place of Cesar Fuentes in the contention zone. All these variants will be tested in the next training sessions and it is expected that only on Saturday the formation of Colo Colo will be decided to face Universidad de Chile.

For now, the most likely formation of the Cacique would be with: Brayan Cortés; Oscar Opazo, Maximiliano Falcón, Emiliano Amor and Gabriel Suazo; Cesar Fuentes, Leonardo Gil; Marcos Bolados, Gabriel Costa, Pablo Solari; Ivan Morales.

Gabriel Costa will start the Superclásico.

Yes, but there is a lot of tournament left

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