El Expreso will seek to recover from the fall against Luciano this Friday when it faces the Concepción team from 9:30 p.m., for the eighth day of the Entre Ríos Division.
The Club Atlético Ferrocarril will face Regatas Uruguay this Friday from 9:30 p.m. at the Juan de Dios Obregón Gymnasium. By decision of the Argentine Basketball Confederation (CABB) and after the announcements of President Alberto Fernández after the increase in COVID-19 cases, it was defined that the game be played without the presence of the public. Edgardo Corradini and Maximiliano Robles will be the judges of the match and Oscar Boujón will be the technical commissioner.
In front, the Express will have the “Celeste”, which reaches this match with a record of two wins and five losses. Precisely the two victories for the Uruguayans occurred consecutively. One was against Ferro, 71-57, and the other against Racing, both in local condition.
Those led by Martín Segovia will go for that long-awaited victory at home that will serve as a mood inflator for the final stretch of the regular phase.
The last victory of the “Ferroviario” against Regatas in Buenos Aires and San Juan streets occurred on February 17, 2019. The final result was 76-61 for those from Concordia and the last crossing between both in Obregón was on March 12 with a conception victory by 83 to 73. Paradoxically that match was also played without an audience due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Source: Ferro de Concordia Press.