the matches broadcast by Public TV for the date 19 of the Professional League SPORTS _

With half the agenda of the Professional League disputed, the margin of error of the teams was greatly reduced. Because those who fight for the title know that a false step could mean a severe headache. While those who intend to save themselves from relegation should not be confident that the Group Phase of the League Cup is still missing. On the other hand, the Public TV will broadcast two games. Which ones can be appreciated without the Soccer Pack?

Friday June 2

In the town of Victoria, At 9:30 p.m., Tigre will receive Talleres de Córdoba in one of the last games of the day. El Matador comes from losing to Boca and leaving a pale image. Therefore, their players will seek to recover before adding minutes in the South American. While the Cordoba team wants to stretch the streak of matches without defeat to six.

Regarding the numbers, it can be seen that Tigre y Workshops of Cordoba they crossed paths 6 times in the first division. El Matador took the points in 2 rounds, La T was victorious in a match and they were tied 3 times. The last time in Victoria was on date 6 of the Professional League 2022. There was no winner, as they drew 1-1.

Saturday June 3

In the province of Santa Fe, At 7:00 p.m., Rosario Central will face the Instituto de Córdoba in the Giant of Arroyito. The locals come from losing against Banfield and need to recover to stay in the race to obtain the title. While Glory seeks to cut the bleeding of two games without knowing what victory is. Since they lost to San Lorenzo and drew goalless with Estudiantes.

Argentine soccer statistics indicate that Central Rosary e Institute of Cordoba they met 24 times in the first division. The numbers are distributed as follows: the Canalla won 8 games, the Gloria took the points in 2 days and there were no differences in 14 presentations. The last time they met in Santa Fe was on the 5th of Closing Tournament 2006. That day, the locals won 1-0.


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