América – Unión Magdalena changes schedule for the second date

América de Cali will now be able to officiate as a local in its stadium after the South American Sub 20 finished its competition in the city. The team led by Guimaraes that lost on the first visitor date against Deportes Tolima, returns home to look for his first win of the year. The rival will be Unión Magdalena, who won an important duel against the recently promoted player on the first date and hopes to maintain the streak on his visit to Pascual.

The game was scheduled for 8:10 p.m., however, The club that will be local indicated that it will now be played two hours ahead of schedule and will start at 6:10 in the afternoon. América had his last tactical job this Monday thinking about the rival and the coach would already have defined the eleven that he would play for the first time this year at home. Although he did not score points in Ibagué, he left good impressions. Carlos Darwin Quintero would be a starter again.

Guimaraes has already defined the work plan for the week in which they will have to visit Pasto on Saturday for the third date at the Libertad stadium. After the game against Unión, the team will hold a recovery day on Wednesday, on Thursday they will do tactical work to travel to the capital of Nariño on Friday and have everything ready for the game. On Sunday they will return to Cascajal to make themselves available to the coach again.

From the second day, several commitments still need to be played, but the game between Alianza Petrolera and Deportivo Pasto was postponed and there is still no set date. While, The match between Santa Fe and Cali, which will not be played these days either, was scheduled for Wednesday, February 22 at El Campín.



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