Huracán-Danubio, for the Copa Sudamericana: preview, timetable, how to watch it and probable formations

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Hurricane receives a Danube, from Uruguay, looking for a victory that consolidates him as leader of group B of the Copa Sudamericana. The match corresponding to the third round will be played from 19:00 at the Tomás Adolfo Ducó stadium, with the Brazilian Braulio Machado as referee and broadcast by ESPN and Star+.

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Huracán is part of the more even zone of the South American as the four teams added 3 points in two dates but due to the goal difference they are at the top of the table.

After breaking a nine-game winless streak in the 2023 Professional League tournament, the team led by Diego Dabove is trying to qualify for the round of 16 of the Copa Sudamericana in a key match.

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The “Globo” lost in the last round in Ecuador against Emelec (1-0) and Danubio fell against Guaraní (2-1) in Paraguay after starting to win.

Those led by Esteban Conde, former Atlético Rafaela goalkeeper, went five games without a win with four consecutive defeats.

Huracán returned to victory last Friday against Arsenal (2-1) but finished with suffering, as the team blamed the series of three games in the last eight days.

Danubio has a notable loss as Franco “Cepillo” González, figure of the Uruguayan U20 team, did not travel to Buenos Aires with the delegation.

On the campus of the “University” of Uruguayan football there are players with a past in our country such as forwards Sebastián “Papelito” Fernández, champion with Banfield; Jonatan Alvez, former union; and Ribair Rodríguez, former Boca Juniors.

=Possible formations=

Hurricane: Luca Chavez; Fernando Torrent or Patricio Pizarro, Fernando Tobio, Gastón Sauro and Guillermo Benítez; Santiago Hezze and Federico Fattori; Gabriel Gudino, Lucas Castro, Juan Gauto; Nicolás Cordero or Matías Cóccaro. DT: Diego Dabove.

Danube: Mauro Goicoechea; Rafael Haller, Martín Rea, Lucas Monzón and Kevin Lewis; Santiago Silva, Juan Millán and Leandro Sosa; Sebastián Fernández, Guillermo May and Alejo Cruz Techera. DT: Esteban Conde.

Referee: Braulio Machado.

Now: 19.00.

Stadium: Thomas Adolphus Duke.

TV: ESPN and Stella+.

Source: Clarin

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