May 29, 2024

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They broke up with the team that beat Cuiaba

They broke up with the team that beat Cuiaba

likely Lined up Act Syndicate Brings some news to match against Bahia This Saturday (21), at 7 pm. The tricolor of Rio Grande do Sul beat Cuiaba away from home by 1 x 0, but Filipau Several pieces were lost in this duel. Thus, a team can make up to six changes.

After nearly a month of no play, Walter Kahneman should return to the field in this duel against the Salvador team. Along with him, Jeromell returns from suspension, completely changing the shape of the defense with regard to the last match.

After all, Rafinha changed from left back to right, with Cortez back in the squad. Both of these actions occur due to Vanderson’s suspension. Therefore, in the defensive system, only Gabriel Chapeco will remain in his original position.

One player came from suspension (Jeromel), one from injury (Kahneman), two from suspension (Thiago Santos and Fanderson) and two were injured (Maicon and Alison). For all that, it would require six team changes.

What is a potential Grimio team?

There are two big doubts about which team will be sent to the field. With Thiago Santos suspended and Maicon injured, the coach will have to rebuild his midfield. Fernando Henrique should start and play Lucas Silva if conditions are met. If you can’t act, then Mateus Sarara must be new.

The other question is in the attack. Alison suffered another injury while out of the match. It is expected that Luiz Fernando will be the initiator or Léo Pereira will be activated. Therefore, the team must have:

  • Chapeco. Rafinha, Jeromell, Kahneman & Cortez; Fernando Henrique, Matthews Sarara (Victor Popsin or Lucas Silva); Douglas Costathe Villasanti and Luiz Fernando (Léo Pereira); Borja.
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