Tiger and Central stalls will define tonight the first ascent of the Professional League Football (LPF) 2022 in a unique match to be played at the Banfield stadium and that it will have sympathizers of both parties, with 100 percent of authorized capacity.
The meeting will take place at the Florencio Sola stadium, starting at 9:10 p.m., with refereeing by Patricio Loustau and televising the signal TyC Sports.
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Tigre reached the final after winning zone A with 60 points, leaving San Martín de Tucumán (2-0) on the road on the last date and beating Quilmes and Almirante Brown by just one unit.
Barracas Central won group B with 58 units, postponing the illusions of Ferro who finished second with 57. On the last day of the regular tournament, Barracas beat Villa Dálmine 3-1 in Campana.
Tigre-Barracas with extension and penalties
In the event of a tie, there will be an extension of 30 minutes. If equality persists, it will be defined by penalties, in accordance with the provisions of the tournament regulations.
Tigre and Barracas have not faced each other for 76 years
The record shows that Tigre and Barracas have not faced each other for 76 years. In December 1945 both teams played the last game when they were playing in the First B at that time. The result was favorable to Tigre, by 5 to 2. In professionalism, Tigre won 7 games, Barracas 5 and tied 3 times.
Victoria’s team wants to return to the First Division after two years in the First National League where it descended in 2019, although that same year it became champion of the “Super League Cup” by beating Boca Juniors 2-0 in the final. held at the Mario Kempes stadium in Córdoba.
Barracas Central, meanwhile, does not play in the main category of Argentine soccer since amateurism, in 1924. El “Guapo” -in addition- was only able to return to the Primera Nacional in 2019, after 69 years, playing between the Primera C and Primera D.
Tigre-Barracas Central, the final for the first ascent: everything you need to know
Tiger: Gonzalo Marinelli; Víctor Cabrera, Fernando Alarcón, Abel Luciatti and Sebastián Prieto; Lucas Blondel, Sebastián Prediger, Lucas Menossi and Agustín Cardozo; Ijiel Protti and Pablo Magnín. DT: Diego Martínez.
Central stalls: Maximiliano Gagliardo; Dylan Glaby, Bruno Cabrera, Fernando González and Gonzalo Paz; Juan Manuel Vázquez, Carlos Arce and Lucas Colitto; Iván Tapia; Fernando Valenzuela and Germán Estigarribia. DT: Rodolfo De Paoli.