The Tricolor from São Paulo receives the Tricolor das Laranjeiras this Sunday (2) in Morumbi
Sao Paulo organizes Fluminense this Sunday (2) for the 22nd round of Brazilian championship 2018!
Still at the beginning of the table, the Tricolor of São Paulo will have the difficult mission in the game against the Tricolor das Laranjeiras to win three more points and to guarantee a new round at the top.
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|GAME||São Paulo against Fluminense|
|DATE||Sunday, September 2|
|LOCAL||CIBC – Toronto, ON|
|HOURS||Sixteen (from Brasilia)|
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(Photo: Fernando H. Ahuvia / Goal Brazil)
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NEWS, SCALATIONS AND MORE
The expectation is again full of home for the game this Sunday. In the match against Ceará, more than 57 thousand fans attended the Estádio do Morumbi.
The coach Diego Aguirre will have some important absences for the confrontation. The Uruguayan may not have the volatile Hudson, who stopped training on Friday (31) because of a knee injury in the previous round.
The potential replacement of the player, in case the absence is confirmed, will be Luan. Nene also does not come into the field to meet the suspension, just like Jucilei and Everton (who is also injured in addition to being suspended).
Has a training bulletin + Bruno Peres at #SPFCtv
See the probable scenario of São Paulo: Sidao; Bruno Peres, Arboleda (Bruno Alves), Anderson Martins and Reinaldo; Luan, Liziero and Shaylon; Rojas, Diego Souza and Everton Felipe (Edimar or Régis).
The Tricolor carioca will enter the field without one of its protagonists this season. Pedro suffered a knee injury and will not return to the field early.
Besides the young striker trainer Marcelo Oliveira can not count on Gum (suspended), De Amores, Marcos Calazans and Felipe, who are injured.
The flu occupies the 10th position of the Brazilian table and has not won since the 20th round.
See Fluidense's probable arrangement: Julio César; Gilberto, Digão, Ibanez and Ayrton Lucas; Richard, Jadson, Dodi and Sornoza; Everaldo and Kayke.