millionaires he is inspired this semester and in front of Cortuluá he does not want to be out of tune this Sunday. In the Betplay League they are the absolute leader and have an important undefeated record, but in addition, in the Cup they have already got one foot in the final after beating DIM. It has been a good week for the albiazules, who want to continue showing that nothing is a coincidence.
Alberto Gamero’s team, a solid leader in the championship, will look for their sixth victory in the league at the Doce de Octubre stadium. The moment that Cortuluá is experiencing is not the best and remains at the bottom of the table along with Deportivo Cali. The residents of the capital try to take advantage of the different realities to reaffirm themselves at the top of the classification, just one date before the day of classics.
Among the 18 chosen, Millonarios presents a few novelties in relation to the squad he used against Jaguares the previous day. Andrés Llinás, Juan Carlos Pereira, Ricardo Rosales and Richard Celis were not taken into account this time. The one who reappears is Larry Vásquez, who comes from having action in the Cup against Medellín, in addition to central defender Óscar Vanegas, who was not in the plans since date 5.
In the case of Llinás and Pereira, it was learned that they have muscular overload and Gamero decided to reserve them for the classic against Santa Fe. In addition, because next week they will also seek qualification for the Cup final at home.
How has Millonarios fared against Cortuluá? The last time they were face to face was in the I-2022 League, a duel that ended with a 1-0 ambassadorial victory, with a goal from Juan Carlos Pereira. In nine meetings since the 2010 championship, Millos has won six times and Cortuluá three. There is no record of ties.
The most recent victory of the ‘Corazón del Valle’ team was at El Campín in 2016-I, with a brace from Miguel Ángel Borja and assists from Mayer Candelo. As a visitor, the last loss of Millonarios against Cortuluá occurred in 2015-II with an own goal by Rafael Robayo and annotation by Carlos Ibarguen.
Cortuluá vs Millionaires
Stadium: Doce de Octubre, Tuluá
Day: Sunday, August 28
Time: 4:05 p.m.
TV: Win Sports +
Cortuluá: Ernesto Hernández; Jonathan Pérez, Harold Cummings, Stiven Valencia, Fabio Delgado (Kalazan Suárez); Luis Caicedo, Henry Rojas; Wilder Guisao, Alexis C. Manyoma, Johan Bocanegra; February Market. DT: Cesar Torres.
Millionaires: Álvaro Montero; Israel Alba, José Cuenú, Juan Pablo Vargas, Ómar Bertel; Larry Vasquez, Juan Camilo Garcia; Daniel Ruiz, Macalister Silva, Andres Gomez; Louis Carlos Ruiz. DT: Alberto Gamero.