Where to look, schedule, lineup and mediation

Where to look, schedule, lineup and mediation

For the sixth round of the Goro Championship, the International and Caixius play on Wednesday (24th) at the 22nd (Brasilia time) in Beira-Rio. This will be Inter’s first game at home with Miguel Ramngel Ramirez.

The coach started in a 1-0 win over Novo Hamburgo as a visitor. In a duel with Ypiranga, assistant Martine Anselmi was in reserve, as the Spanish coach still had no official ties with the CBF.

Where to look

The match will be broadcast on everyone from RBS TV (Globo’s affiliate in RS) to Rio Grande do Sul. The premiere airs the match on every country’s pay-per-view system. Score board Tracks the game in real time.

Stadiums and Events

At Bira-Rio Stadium, Porto Alegre (RS), 10pm (Brasilia time).

Potential lineup

Inter: Marcello Lomba (Danilo Fernandes); Rodini (Hayter), Ze Gabriel, Cuesta and Moises; Rodrigo Dorado (Lindoso), Eddilson and Praxides; Cao Vidal (Yuri Alberto), Guerrero (Abel Hernández) and Patrick. technology: Miguel Migngel Ramirez.

Contact: Marcello Pitol; Eduardo Diniz, Guilherme Matisse, Thiago Sales and Bruno Ray; Juliano, Marlon and Diogo Oliveira; Jhon Seeley, Majhola and Giovan Gomez. technology: Rafael Lacerda.

Embezzlement

The final reinforcement of Inter, Carlos Palacios serves the Chilean team and is not available. Johnny continues with the United States under-23 team and does not play.

Arbitration

Punch: Douglas Schweinberg da Silva
Assistant: Mauricio Kolho Silva Penna and Clatten Timm

Latest results

Internacional defeated Novo Hamburgo by 1 to 0.. Caxius defeated Desportivo 2 to 1.

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