Spain vs. Argentina They face this Wednesday, July 28 at the Saitama Stadium. The match corresponds to date 3 of group C of men’s football in the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, which will be played from 06:00 am (Peruvian time). The transmission can be followed by Claro Sports. You will find all the details of the meeting on the RPP.pe website.
In Argentina the match will begin at 08:00 am and can be followed by Public TV Y TyC Sports. In Spain it will be played from 1:00 pm and the TV transmission is by RTVE Y Eurosport.
Argentina Y Spain will star in a duel with a taste of ‘final’ for a ticket to the quarterfinals in Saitama, by group C of Tokyo 2020, which will also be influenced by the result of the clash between Australia and Egypt that is played at the same time.
‘La Furia’ leads their series with 4 units and a goal difference of +1, followed by Australia (+1) and Argentuna (-1) with 3 points. The Egyptians, still with a chance to advance, closed with 1 point (-1).
With this panorama, Spain has the advantage of the tie to seal the classification without depending on another result. But even ‘La Roja’ could even pass if they lose and Egypt wins by one goal. On the other hand, the ‘albiceleste’ in charge of Fernando Batista requires to triumph to stay alive, because if they tie, any score in the other game will leave him in third place due to the bad goal difference.
Although both won in their last matches, both Argentina and Spain have not been solvent in their performance. Adolfo Gaich aims to command the albiceleste attack together with Ezequiel Barco, while on the European side Mikel Oyarzábal, who scored the goal against Australia, will repeat in the starting box.
Argentina vs. Spain: probable alignments
Argentina: Jeremías Ledesma; Hernán de la Fuente, Nehuén Pérez, Facundo Medina, Claudio Bravo; Martín Payero, Fausto Vera, Alexis Mac Allister; Pedro de la Vega, Adolfo Gaich, Ezequiel Barco.
Spain: Unai Simón; Óscar Gil, Eric García, Pau Torres, Marc Cucurella; Carlos Soler, Martín Zubimendi, Pedri González; Dani Olmo, Mikel Oyarzábal, Javi Puado.
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