The teams will define the key this Wednesday, at the Monumental Banco Pichincha stadium, starting at 7:30 p.m.
Barcelona SC will receive at the Monumental Banco Pichincha stadium this Wednesday (19:30) to Flamengo, in what will be the rematch of the semifinals of the Copa Libertadores, whose winner will play the final on November 27 in Uruguay.
The Ecuadorian team will look for the feat in their stadium and reverse the 2-0 led by Mengao in Brazil, which allows him to qualify for his third final in the continental competition as he did in 1990 and 1998 against Olimpia and Vasco da Gama, both games lost.
For that, the group led by Fabián Bustos will come out with their gala eleven and he will try to take over the ball, to create dangerous situations that allow him to score the two goals he needs to force penalties.
Players will arrive in physical fullness, after not playing the weekend game against Aucas, which ended up being postponed by LigaPro precisely because of the participation of the bullfighting team in the Libertadores.
The The only casualty that the Argentine strategist will have will be that of Nixon Molina, who was sent off in the first leg. His replacement would be Michael Carcelén, who covered his position in Brazil when Molina was red for a double yellow card.
On the other side will be the Flamengo, that It will also seek to reach its third Copa Libertadores final as he did in 1981 and 2019, which ended up winning against Cobreloa and River Plate, respectively.
Like his rival on duty, the Mengao will go out with his gala eleven after the recovery of Giorgian de Arrascaeta and Felipe Luís, who were not in the first leg due to muscular discomfort and who would jump as starters in Guayaquil.
The strategist Renato Gaúcho already defeated Barcelona SC at the Monumental in 2017, but at that time when he was a Guild technician. Now, he will seek to use a similar strategy that allows him to control the game and score the away goal that would end the series, since it would force the home team to score four goals.
Flamengo arrives at the match after playing a date at the Brasileirao last weekend, where they drew at 1 with América-MG, although they only played with four of their starters.
Channels to watch Barcelona SC vs. Flamengo
- Ecuador: ESPN
- Peru: ESPN 2
- Brazil: FOX Sports Brazil
- Colombia: ESPN 2
- Chili: ESPN 2
- Paraguay: ESPN 2
- Venezuela: ESPN 2
- Bolivia: ESPN 2
- Argentina: ESPN 2
- Uruguay: ESPN 2
- Spain: DAZN
- USA: beIN Sports
Schedules to see Barcelona SC vs. Flamengo
- Ecuador, Peru, Colombia and Mexico: 19:30
- Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay: 21:30
- Chile, Paraguay, Venezuela and Bolivia: 20:30
- Spain: 02:30
- United States (New York and Miami): 20:30
- United States (Los Angeles): 17:30. (D)