The Uruguayan basketball team will return to the stage in the playoffs for him World Cup 2023 which will have Indonesian, Japan Y Philippines as headquarters and Light blue It will do so by playing two games at home.
The team he leads Ruben Magnano got ready with two friendlies this weekend in Argentina against the Albiceleste team at the San Lorenzo de Almagro gym with defeat in both games but showing a good collective level for what is to come.
La Celeste is now getting ready to face Brazil this Thursday from 8:10 p.m. Antel Sand Already Chilion Sunday, July 3 from 8:40 p.m. on that same stage in the third window of Group B of the Qualifiers for the world Cup.
𝗧𝗢𝗗𝗢𝗦 to the Antel Arena!
✔️ This Thursday we welcome Brazil at 8:10 p.m.
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The two matches in Uruguay can be seen live through DirecTV Sports, while those who wish to attend the events can purchase their tickets through TickAntel. Prices range from $600 to $900 pesos.
It should be remembered that the Uruguayan team is second in its series behind Brazil and has 7 points, one less than the northerners, the product of three wins and one loss.
La Celeste started the playoffs with two wins in a row against Colombia in Buenos Aires in the month of November 2021, then fell with Brazil in Franca and subsequently defeated Chili in Valdivia, both games in February.
The first three of each series will advance carrying their score to the next round of the Qualifiers, in which the qualifiers from Group B from Uruguay will join those from Group D that make up the United States, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Cuba.
By FIBA AmericasOf the two groups of six countries, the first three of each will qualify directly for the World Cup, while the seventh place will be for the best fourth of these two series.
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