The unknown of San Lorenzo is Bareiro, who is already recovered, but could be kept for the classic with Boca

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San Lorenzo doesn’t have time to stop the ball. The rest will have to wait for now. The series of matches compels Ruben Dario Insua training without rest days following the triple competition. For this, on his return from Venezuela after the victory against Merida students Because of the Copa Sudamericana, he changed chips again and is again fully focused on the local tournament, where he wants to continue winning. In this sense, he has recovered a key player: Adam Bareiro He is already training with the team and is available. Do you play in Tucuman?

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This Saturday, the cyclone will visit Atlético. Bareiro could return to the first team if the Galician so decides. However, the Barça coach looks ahead and considering that next Wednesday will be the classic match against Boca, he could save the striker for that duel at the Nuevo Gasómetro.

The Paraguayan suffered a first-degree strain to his left adductor which ruled him out of the match against Independiente and also from his debut in the cup. As of this Wednesday, he’s had his drills like the others, but as San Lorenzo are coming with a major bustle, Insua is considering bringing him to the bench this weekend to give him back the title against Xeneize.

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Ruben Insua plans to start rotating to go to Tucumán this Saturday.  Photo: Fernando de la Orden

Ruben Insua plans to start rotating to go to Tucumán this Saturday. Photo: Fernando de la Orden

This Saturday, the Boedo team visits Atlético in Tucumán, on Wednesday it receives Boca, on Sunday 16th it visits Talleres in Córdoba and on Wednesday 19th it receives Fortaleza from Brazil for the South American Cup.

Faced with this scenario, DT intends to appeal to the rotation. Until now he had tried to keep the base of the same eleven, except for changes forced by disqualification or injury. However, the Galician feels he has to start taking care of his legs. This Friday he will test and confirm the equipment for travel to the North. There will certainly be some changes.

Will it be a massive rotation? In principle it is not the intention to completely change the lineup, although it will give minutes to some who have not been in the starting lineup. He didn’t rule out giving Facundo Altamirano the chance in goal to let Augusto Batalla rest.

In motion has the noticeable drop of Agostino Martegani, who returned from Venezuela with a severe sprained left ankle (he won’t play until May). Then he has everyone else at his command. What Insua has to define is how much he varies without giving up on the fight locally.

Source: Clarin

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