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River-Boca promises emotions on a Sunday of classics to marathon

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River-Boca promises emotions on a Sunday of classics to marathon

Núñez, La Plata, Rosario, Córdoba, Lanús. The cities burn. The tension is unsustainable. The fans suffer. There are no favorites; anything can happen. The date of the classics, perhaps the best invention of the AFA in years, generates interest even in those who are indifferent. After yesterday’s first course, today comes dessert, with nothing less than the super classic.

The focus, of course, will be on the Monumental. River, undefeated in the six games it played, receives a Boca team that has not yet found its identity and needs to change its face if it intends to fight for the League Cup.

In the Millonario, Martín Demichelis does not know if he will be able to count on the scorer Miguel Borja, who suffered a small tear against Atlético Tucumán, and he will wait for him until the last. In the xeneize, Diego Martínez only has one doubt in the middle of the field: Cristian Medina and Kevin Zenón to accompany Ezequiel Fernández.

Rosario is on fire, like before every classic. Newell’s, without its captain Ever Banega, receives Rosario Central, the current champion led by Miguel Ángel Russo. Both had an irregular start and have the opportunity to take off.

And the adrenaline continues: in La Plata, Gimnasia will be home against Estudiantes; In the South, Lanús hosts Banfield, and in Cordoba, Instituto will host Godoy Cruz.

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