millionaires Y Deportivo Cali reissue a new edition of the ‘Classic Vintage’ of Colombian football today the Campin, starting at 8:15 PM, on the sixth date of the League. Both teams come to this duel with totally opposite realities.
Those led by Alberto Gamero come to this duel at the top of the table with 11 points and undefeated in the current championship, product of three wins and two draws. The three victories have been achieved consecutively.
For tonight’s game, the Bogota team will have two novelties regarding the team that comes from defeating the Magdalena Union. The return of Andres Llinas to the defensive zone Jose Cuenu and the reappearance of Ricardo Rosales as a right back, after the injury of Israel Alba.
The steering wheel will also be low due to injury Daniel Catano, who withdrew with a muscle soreness from the game at the stadium Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta. In contrast, the youth squad Samuel Asprilla he received his first call-up to a professional team call-up.
Cali, meanwhile, is colero with a point, after a draw, three defeats and a game postponed at the start of the championship.
The Valle del Cauca team has not been able to add victories under the era of Candelo Mayerwho returns to Bogota after his successful time as a player and that for tonight he will once again have Teofilo Guiterrezabsent in the last three games, two due to expulsion and one due to a technical decision. President Luis Mena clarified how this inconvenience arose between the striker and the strategist.
Another who returns to El Campín is Harold Santiago Mosquera, now dressed in green, and who would again play as a catcher for this game.
The game in the country’s capital will be directed by Bismarcks Santiago, leaning on the VAR by Mauricio Perez.
Millionaires: Alvaro Montero; Ricardo Rosales, Andrés Llinás, Juan Pablo Vargas, Elvis Perlaza; Larry Vásquez, Juan Carlos Pereira, Carlos Andrés Gómez, David Mackalister Silva, Daniel Felipe Ruiz and Luis Carlos Ruiz. DT: Alberto Gamer.
Cali: Humberto Acevedo; Juan José Mina, Carlos Robles, Germán Mera, Christian Mafla; Kevin Salazar, Jimmy Congo; Óscar Segura, Santiago Mosquera, Yony González and Teo Gutiérrez. DT: Mayer Candelo.