Conambol announced the Libertadores final at 5 pm, on 30th, in Maracana

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The singles final of the 2020 edition of the Copa Libertadores will be played in Rio on January 30 at 5 pm (Brasilia time), in Maracana. The announcement was made by Conmbol on Tuesday, which also revealed non-attendance. Public and strict compliance with health protocols to prevent the spread of new coronaviruses.

The Palmyras and the River Plate is one of the places, it was settled at Allianz Parke on Tuesday. In the first duel in Argentina, Palestine Italia’s team prevailed 3 to 0. The second final team will be known this Wednesday, when Santos and Boca Juniors face each other at Villa Belmiro. In the first leg, at La Bombonera, there was a goalless draw.

The decisive game of the Libertadores will be watched by around 200 nations. The United Kingdom will be able to watch via the BBC channel, which has also acquired the rights to broadcast six other Libertadores matches. Mexican fans will also be able to follow, as they did in the semi-final games.

This will be the second time the Libertadores have been decided in just one game. The first time was in 2019, when Flamengo and River Plate won 2–1 in a historic turn with the Brazilian team, in Lima, Peru for the South American title.

At the time, around 700 journalists from 28 countries were recognized to have followed the confrontation between Brazil and Argentina.

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