The 190 version of the Chilean soccer Superclásico is the one that will be played this Sunday from 4:30 p.m. at the El Teniente de Rancagua stadium where Colo Colo will seek to continue with the unbeaten streak against Universidad de Chile and also, some players could have their debut in this type of game.
The albos returned to training this Monday and coach Gustavo Quinteros will begin to define the starting line-up in the week where five players could live their first experience in a Superclásico.
It’s about the Argentine defender Emiliano Amor and the homegrown players Vicente Pizarro, Joan Cruz, Bryan Soto and Luciano Arriagada, who will seek a position in the eleventh holder of the albos.
Amor appears as the undisputed starter for Sunday’s game. It is that together with Maximiliano Falcón they have formed a solid defensive duo and if there is no injury to either of them in the week, it is a fact that they will be from the first minute against U.
Pizarro and Cruz for their part, they have had outstanding performances, being key in several games and adding youth minutes in the team. However, in recent commitments they have been alternating between substitution and ownership and thinking about Sunday’s duel, Quinteros may not include a youth from the start and are an alternative.
Drunk on her part, she must earn a place on the citation. With the return of Iván Morales and the good level that Javier Parraguez is showing, the quarry scorer has been relegated to the third “9” of the team.
While Soto is the only one of those who has already been present in a Superclásico, but on the bench. The midfielder was summoned by Gualberto Jara and Quinteros, but he did not add minutes, so he has not yet made his debut in this type of match.