where to watch, time, lineups and refereeing

where to watch, time, lineups and refereeing

Libertadores 2023 | Fluminense x Internacional face each other this Wednesday (27), at 9:30 pm, at Maracanã, in Rio de Janeiro, in the first game of the competition’s semifinals. See below probable lineups, technical details and how to watch the game.

Whoever passes this clash will face the winner of the duel between Boca Juniors and Palmeiras, which will take place on Thursday (28), at 9:30 pm, at Bombonera, in Buenos Aires. The return game between Colorado and Tricolor will be on October 4th, also a Wednesday, at 9:30 pm, in Beira-Rio.

How do they arrive

O Fluminense comes from a 3-1 victory over Olimpia on August 31, which guaranteed a place in the Libertadores semi-final. In the Brazilian Championship, the team occupies fifth place in the table, with 41 points – in their last clash, they beat Cruzeiro (20), 1-0, at home.

Already the International eliminated Bolívar after two victories (1-0 away from home and 2-0 at home). In the Brasileirão, the team led by Eduardo Coudet is in 13th place, with 29 points – in the last round, they drew 0-0 with Goiás, away from home.

How to watch Fluminense x Internacional

Fluminense x Internacional will be broadcast on Paramount+ and TV Globo channels.

Date: 27/09.

Time: 9:30 pm.

Location: Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro.

Confrontation numbers

75 matches
22 victories for Fluminense
22 draws
31 wins for Internacional

Source: ogol.com.br.

Probable lineups for Fluminense x Internacional:

Fluminense: Fábio; Samuel Xavier, Nino, Felipe Melo and Marcelo (Diogo Barbosa); André, Lima and Ganso; Arias, Keno and Cano.
Technician: Fernando Diniz.

International: Rochet; Vitão, Market and Nicolás Hernández; Bustos, Johnny, Aránguiz, Alan Patrick and Renê; Wanderson and Enner Valencia.
Technician: Eduardo Coudet.


Semifinals – Ida

Local: Maracanã, in Rio de Janeiro.
Date: 09/27/2023.
Time: 9:30 p.m.
Referee: Dario Herrera (ARG).
Assistants: Juan P. Belatti (ARG) and Diego Bonfá (ARG).
VAR: Mauro Vigliano (ARG).

Collaboration: Jessica Morais.

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