Corinth has a tough job on Wednesday night. Playing in the Maracana, at 9:30 pm, Sylvinho’s team is trying to score three points against Flamengo to establish itself in the G4 of Brazil.
Alvinegra is looking to win away from home again, something that hasn’t happened since the end of August – Timão hasn’t won the three away points since the fans returned. Ending that ban would also mean a place in the G4, where Red Bull Bragantino lost last Tuesday and were stagnant two points ahead of Timão.
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Sylvinho tends to keep the starting lineup for the last match, which ended with a win over Cuiaba. Thus, the Corinthians can go to the field with: Cassio, Wagner, Gil, Joao Victor, Lucas Beaton, Gabriel, Renato Augusto, Giuliano, Gabriel Pereira, Roger Geddes and Joe.
The main referee chosen by the Brazilian Football Confederation is Anderson Daronco. He will be assisted by Rafael da Silva Alves and Michael Stanislao with the signs, while the VAR will be Rodrigo D’Alonso Vieira.
Faithful will have several options to watch the game tonight. On Open TV, the match will be shown on Globe, while in the closed network rests with the first show e do Sport TV.
Timon can still be supported directly from the Maracana stands. The match will be attended by the faithful, and the club will be announced Information to buy tickets here.
- Finally, there is the possibility to follow the real time of a file rudder. Here, bid by bid begins an hour before the ball kicks off, at 8:30 p.m., and fans can interact with other netizens, as well as access exclusive photos and videos.
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