The agenda of the Argentines in the Libertadores and Sudamericana

Thirteen Argentine teams will face the duels of the third date of the group stage of the most important tournaments on the continent.

A new week of pure football is coming on the continent, the third more precisely, with the continuity of the Liberators cup and of the South American Cup: 13 Argentine teams they will continue to mark the path that they all have in common: glory.

River, Boca, Racing, Vélez, Defensa y Justicia and Argentinos Juniors are the Argentine representatives in the Copa Libertadores, while in the Copa Sudamericana they participate San Lorenzo, Independiente, Lanús, Arsenal, Newell’s, Rosario Central and Talleres de Córdoba.

Copa Libertadores matches

Tuesday 4th: Vélez will travel to Chile to face Unión La Calera, for Group G, from 7.15pm. In addition, Boca will visit Barcelona from Ecuador, for Group C, from 9:30 p.m. and Defensa y Justicia opens the doors of Norberto Tomaghello for the duel with Palmeiras at 9:30 p.m. as well.

Wednesday 5th: Racing will face San Pablo in local condition, for Group E, from 19 o’clock. For its part, River will visit Independiente Santa Fe, for Group D, from 9 o’clock.

Thursday 6th: Argentinos will visit Atlético Nacional de Medellín, starting at 9 pm.

Liberators cup
Liberators cup

Copa Sudamericana matches

Tuesday 4th: Independiente will visit Bahia in Brazil, for Group B, from 7.15pm. Newell’s will also do the same in Chile as they will face Palestino at 23.

Wednesday 5th: Rosario Central and Huachipato will meet in Chile, by Group A, from 7.15pm. In addition, in Group G, Talleres will arrive in Rio de Janeiro to face Red Bull Bragantino from 9:30 p.m.

Thursday 6th: Arsenal will face Jorge Wilstermann in Sarandí, for Group C, from 19.15. On the other hand, Lanús will be measured with La Equidad as a visitor, by Group H, from 9:30 p.m. and San Lorenzo will do the same since it receives October 12 from Itaugua at 9:30 p.m. as well.

South American Cup
South American Cup

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