The South American giants Argentina would be hoping to return back to winning ways when they face Uruguay in the FIFA World Cup Qualifiers.
The Argentina National Team are the huge favourites to get all the maximum three points due to their previous records and results against Uruguay.
The Argentina head coach Lionel Scaloni is expected to name a strong lineup for their crucial encounter against Uruguay.
Earlier this morning, The Argentina players and technical crews had a minor training session ahead of their crucial encounter against Uruguay.
The likes of Nicolas Taglifico, Latauro Martinez, Nicolas Otamendi, Acuna and Pezzella were all pictured at the training ground.
Let's take a look at 4 reasons why Argentina would defeat Uruguay;
1. MARTINEZ’ FORM: The Argentina and Aston Villa Goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez would be hoping to keep a clean sheet when they face Uruguay.
The 27 years old Argentina goalkeeper is expected to feature against Uruguay.
2. MESSI’S FITNESS: The Argentina and Paris Saint Germain Superstar Leo Messi has been passed fit to face Uruguay having recovered from a minor injury.
3. SCALONI’S TACTICS: The Argentina head coach Lionel Scaloni is expected to use a 4-1-4-1 formation for their crucial match against Uruguay.
The Argentina tactician Lionel Scaloni is expected to use Giovanni Lo Celso and Leonardo Parades in the midfield position in order to shield the defence.
4. DYBALA’S FORM: The Argentina and Juventus attacker Paulo Dybala would also be hoping to continue his impressive form when they face Uruguay.
The Juventus superstar Paulo Dybala is expected to be named in starting line up for their crucial encounter against Uruguay.
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