Villa Nova and Cruzeiro begin their participation in the Campeonato Mineiro this Wednesday (1/24), starting at 7pm, in Castor Cifuentes, in Nova Lima, in the Belo Horizonte Metropolitan Area (RMBH). a report On the attack Below is the possible formation for the first round match of the group stage.
Possible Villa Nova lineup
Villa Nova had two preparatory tests for the state tournament, winning 7-0 and 2-0 respectively. Leão do Bonfim's first training match was against Firefighters, on 6 January, while their second match was against Soccer Trainer, four days later. No journalists attended the two activities.
Although coach Vinicius Munhoz has been tight-lipped about revealing Villa's first XI of the season, No Attack has managed to find out what the potential team might be. The home team will not have any absences for the match against Cruzeiro.
- Possible Villa Nova lineup: Julio Cesar; Mauricio, Joao Vitor, Bocanegra and Charles; Alex Paulino, Leo Reis, Neto and Renatinho; Caio Mancha and Guilherme Santos.
Cruzeiro's expected lineup
Cruzeiro fans are looking forward to seeing the first formation used by coach Nicolas Larcamon. However, last week the Argentine presented a sketch of the team in a training match against Itaberito, in Toca da Raposa 2.
Larcammon conducted some tests on the defensive and offensive equipment during training. Midfielder Matheus Pereira and strikers Juan Dinino and Arthur Gomez were among the most prominent players in the activity, which was divided into four parts.
The coach started with Rafael Cabral. William, Evaldo, Nerys, and Marlon; Lucas Romero, Lucas Silva and Matthews Pereira; Robert and Rafael Elias and Denino. However, he had to make two changes, one of them for medical reasons, because Romero had physical problems.
- Cruzeiro possible lineup: Rafael Cabral; William, Evaldo, Nerys, and Marlon; Ian Lucas, Lucas Silva and Matthews Pereira; Robert, Arthur Gomez, and Denino.
Among Raposa's reinforcements for this season, striker Gabriel Veron was suffering from a muscle defect in the back of his right thigh and is not yet ready to make his debut. He has been left out of the relevant list, as was the case with Lucas Romero.
Midfielder Matthäus Vital, who returned to training on the pitch with the rest of the team on Tuesday (23/1), is still lying low. The goalkeeper is recovering from an injury to his left foot, but Larcamon maintained it.
The leader will also be without four other athletes. Defensive midfielders Felipe Machado (left thigh injury) and Ramiro (right knee injury) and forwards Wesley (left shoulder injury) and Rafael Bello (right Achilles injury) remain in the medical department.
Another victim in the star team is Kaiki. The left-back, Marlon's direct backup, has been called up to the Brazilian national team for the pre-Olympic competition in Venezuela. He will lose a large portion of his Minero.
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