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Tite names Flamengo’s starting lineup for match against Cuiabá

Tite names Flamengo’s starting lineup for match against Cuiabá

Flamengo face Cuiaba on Saturday (06)

Flamengo returns to the pitch on Saturday (06), when they face Cuiabá, at the Maracanã. This Friday (05), Tite led the last training session of the red and black team before the match of round 15 of the Brazilian championship, at the Niinho do Ourobo stadium.

According to the investigation conducted by column flFlamengo will train in the afternoon, starting at 3:30 p.m. (Brasília time), on Friday (05). In CT, Tite will determine the starting team that will play against Cuiabá, in Saturday’s match (06).

Titi’s absences and questions

First of all, Igor Jesus is already doing some physical exercises, with physiotherapy, but he still has no plans to return to the pitch, as he suffered a sprain in his left ankle. Furthermore, Everton Cipollina has been handed over to Flamengo’s medical department to treat an injury to his right thigh. Both should be absent from Tite’s squad.

Gabigol, who was cut by Flamengo’s football management after controversial statements by the businessman, remains out of the match against Cuiabá. That brings the number 99 to three matches absent in the team led by Tite, by choice of the management of the red and black.

Status in table

Flamengo currently leads the Brazilian league with 30 points in 42 matches. So far, the team has achieved nine wins, three draws and two defeats in the Brazilian championship. Finally, the team led by Tite has scored 26 goals and conceded 14 goals.

the game

In short, Flamengo led by Tite will face Cuiaba starting at 8 p.m. (Brasília time) on Saturday (06). The match, scheduled for round 15 of the Brazilian championship, will take place at the Maracanã stadium. For the duel, more than 30,000 tickets have been sold in advance.

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