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This content was published on January 31, 2022 – 01:57

Buenos Aires, January 30 (EFE). The Argentine football team completed a double working session this Sunday to adjust the starting lineup that will face the Colombian national team on February 1, which will make changes due to sanctions and viruses. 19 multiplayer.

The Albiceleste national football team worked in Ezeiza, Buenos Aires, for the 16th day of the qualifiers, which will be held on Tuesday at Mario Kempes Stadium in Cordoba.

With coronavirus-stricken Emiliano Buendia and Alexis Mac Allister losing for the same reason, Argentina will also add Guido Rodríguez as a substitute in the squad.

But the midfield will miss Leandro Paredes and Rodrigo de Paul due to the accumulation of yellow cards.

The same is happening in defense with Nicolas Otamendi and Nicolas Tagliafico, in addition to the loss of Lucas Martinez-Quarta due to the Corona virus, although German Pezzella’s recovery is progressing well after serving his penalty in Thursday’s match they won at home against Chile by 1-2.

With Alejandro “Papu Gomez” still recovering from a bruised right ankle, the potential eleven start to face the Colombians is as follows:

Emiliano Martinez, Gonzalo Montell, German Pezzella, Lisandro Martinez and Marcos Acuña; Giovanni Lo Celso, Guido Rodriguez, Nicholas Gonzalez; Paulo Dybala, Angel Di Maria and Lautaro Martinez.

The Argentine Football Association (AFA) has expressed concern about the behavior that the fans may have at the match on the 16th and for this reason has launched a campaign titled #TodosSomosHermanos aimed at avoiding racist, discriminatory and offensive chants.

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“This Tuesday, let’s support Argentina without discriminatory, racist and xenophobic chants of our competitors. Let’s take advantage of the show without offending. Let’s enjoy the real football party together. #SomosTodosHermanos” who sold out tickets for the match. EFE

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