This is how Uruguay will line up against Colombia

This is how Uruguay will line up against Colombia

The Uruguay team will have several changes for Thursday’s duel.

the Colombia national team This Thursday is measured in Uruguay At the beginning of history 3 of South American qualifiers. The Uruguayan team has been on Colombian soil for several days and has dedicated itself to finalizing the details of the match that will be held at the Metropolitan Stadium.

Coach Marcelo Bielsa, who arrived separately in Barranquilla, has been working with the arriving players bit by bit and conditioning them at the youth headquarters in the Atlantic capital’s sweltering heat and humidity.

Well, in the last few hours, the possible starting line-up that the Argentine coach will put together against Colombia could have been leaked and there will be important changes in the line-up.

Bielsa will not use the same lineup that lost to Ecuador in Quito. The first change will come in defense with Ronald Araujo replacing Matías Viña while Facundo Pellistri will start in place of Agustin Canobbio.

Bielsa is also monitoring the development of goalkeeper Sergio Rocher, who may be a substitute or eventually miss the match against the Colombians, but it is not ruled out that he will participate in the start.

In this case, Uruguay would choose Sergio Rocher; In defence, Nahitan Nandez, Ronald Araujo, Sebastian Cáceres and Joaquín Pecrez; In the midfield area he would line up with Federico Valverde, Manuel Ugarte and Nicolas de la Cruz. In attack there will be Facundo Pellistri, Darwin Nunez and Maxi Araujo.

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