Discount Fluminense In the third stage of the Libertadores, Olympia arrived in Rio de Janeiro around 19:25 on Monday to face next Wednesday, at Nelton Santos Stadium.
One of the team’s names, goalkeeper Alfredo Aguilar, who is recovering from infectious cellulitis in the gluteal region, did not travel with the team and was knocked out of the match.
Olympia players on departure for Brazil – Photo: Comunicação Olimpia
Paraguay has another clear absence against Tricolor: Guillermo Paiva, the team’s top scorer this season with five goals, was sent off against Atlético Nacional from Colombia, last week, in the decisive match of the second stage of the Libertadores. .
The Paraguayan team trained Monday morning in Asuncion, Paraguay, and will use the facilities of the Flamengo in their first activity on Brazilian soil. The group will practice at Ninho do Urubu on Tuesday at 4:30 pm (Brazilian time).
Olympia players celebrate their ranking at Atlético Nacional – Photo: Staff Images / CONMEBOL
Duel Wednesday promised a whole house. a Fluminense On Monday morning, she reported that she had sold more than 25,000 tickets for the Olympia match. In all, there will be 40,000 seats available.
Meet the Olympia players who traveled to Brazil:
Olympia players associated with the game against influenza – Photo: Olympia clone
Fluminense Olympia and Olympia enter the field on Wednesday, 21:30 (Brasilia time), at Nelton Santos Stadium. The classification will be determined the following Wednesday (16), in Paraguay, at the Defensores del Chaco, where the regulation specifies that the return leg will be on the grounds of the club with the first place in the Conmebol classification (Tricolor is 30, Paraguay is 14th).
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