After drawing 7-15 against Deportivo Táchira in the Clásico Nacional, Caracas FC will try this Saturday (XNUMX:XNUMX pm) to score three important points against Hermanos Colmenárez, since in the event of a combination of results it could be placed one point of the positions that give access to the final home run.
Despite the irregular campaign that the "Rojos del Ávila" are having, those led by Francesco Stifano still have options to get into the top four, so they arrive at the UCV Olympic Stadium with no margin for error.
For this reason, it is expected that the people of the capital present several changes in their starting eleven, taking into account how dull the attacking front was in the XNUMX-XNUMX draw against Monagas SC and the already mentioned against Táchira.
Among the alternatives that Stifano has at his disposal, the name of Osei Bonsu stands out. The Ghanaian, who has just recovered from an injury, would take his place in the eleven, possibly replacing fellow wingers Albert Zambrano or Ade Oguns.
Meanwhile, Hermanos Colmenárez arrives in the capital of the Republic with the intention of gaining distance in the fight, he maintains to stay in a position that allows him to dispute the home run that gives access to the preliminary phase of the South American Cup.
In their last match, the "Guerreros del Poblado" equaled one goal per side with Estudiantes de Mérida. At that time, the llaneros rescued a unit thanks to a goal from their Colombian striker Juan Camilo Zapata.
The Colombian striker is presented as the offensive weapon of the visit due to the 13 goals he has recorded in this tournament and that place him second in the scorers table, just two behind líder, his compatriot Kevin Viveros.
Caracas is currently in fifth place with 31 points, while Hermanos closes the classification for international tournaments in twelfth place with 24 units, the same amount as Mineros but separated by goal differential.