Boca Juniors vs. Independent LIVE LIVE ONLINE they will face this Wednesday, November 24 from 7:30 pm (Peruvian time) at the Libertadores de América Stadium on the 22nd date of the Copa de la Argentine Professional League. The meeting will be broadcast exclusively through ESPN and TNT Sports for Argentina.
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Boca and Independiente Lineup
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The ‘Xeneize’ cast, which is fourth with 36 units, comes to this match motivated after beating Sarmiento 2-0. In the absence of four dates to finish the tournament, the ‘Azul y Oro’ hopes to achieve a victory to ensure their participation in the next Copa Libertadores, since they are already far behind the leader River Plate (49 points).
Boca Juniors has shown an irregular performance throughout the championship which prevented him from fighting for the first places. Since Sebastián Battaglia assumed technical direction, the team recovered, however, it was too late.
Boca Juniors vs. Independent: schedules
- Peru: 7:30 pm
- Ecuador: 7:30 pm
- Colombia: 7:30 pm
- Mexico: 6:30 pm
- Argentina: 9:30 pm
- Chile: 9:30 pm
- Uruguay: 9:30 pm
- Venezuela: 8:30 pm
Boca Juniors vs. Independent: channels
- Peru: ESPN and Star Plus.
- Colombia: ESPN and Star Plus.
- Ecuador: ESPN and Star Plus.
- Chile: ESPN and Star Plus.
- Uruguay: ESPN and Star Plus.
- Argentina: Fox Sports Premiun and Star Plus.
The Boca Juniors technical director, Sebastián Battaglia, highlighted the work of his managers after the victory against Sarmiento. However, he stressed that there are details to polish.
“The team showed something of what we want, it is getting closer to the ideal we want. In the first half we played very well and we could have scored several goals. In the second we blur a bit ”, stated at a press conference.
Boca Juniors vs. Independent: possible alignments
Boca Juniors: Agustín Rossi, Advíncula, Carlos Izquierdoz, Rojo, Frank Fabra; Agustín Almendra, Jorman Campuzano, Juan Ramírez; Edwin Cardona; Sebastián Villa and Luis Vázquez.
Independent: Sebastián Sosa, Fabricio Bustos, Sergio Barreto, Juan Manuel Insaurralde, Lucas Rodríguez, Lucas González, Carlos Benavidez, Domingo Blanco, Andrés Roa, Alan Velasco and Silvio Romero.
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