Thursday, April 24, 2014
Final 2014 - 4 for 4
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We are just 4 rounds away from the end of the season and like it always happens in this league, predicting a winner is almost impossible.
We have River and Gimnasia and co-leaders but followed very closely by a very tough Estudiantes and the big surprise of the tournament, Colon, the team that everybody thought that was almost relegated even before 1st round and 2 months later they have almost secured their place in 1st division for next season, and they also dream of winning their first championship ever.
Talking about new champions we also have Gimnasia hoping to get it. The 126 years old club that has spent almost 80 of them in 1st division NEVER won a title, so you can imagine how excited they are about the chance of getting it after winning 5 games in a row.
Of course, it won't be easy because they have a very hungry River whose last championship was in 2008 right besides them, and an Estudiantes that has lost only once in 2014 and has club legend Juan Sebastian Veron playing the last games of his career (apparently this time for real).
Things are a little more clear when it comes to relegations.
Argentinos Jrs could be down this very same weekend if they lose, while Quilmes and All Boys need to do something they probably won't be able to: win at least 3 games of the last 4.
Meanwhile Lanus, San Lorenzo, Arsenal and Velez continue with their international dreams as they are playing the Round of 16 or Quarterfinals of Copa Libertadores, a competition that will stop for the World Cup and continue in the semifinals after it.
Round 15 goals:
Round 16 of 19 is starting tonight, and will feature key matches like the previously mentioned Argentinos Jrs - Gimnasia, and a 2nd vs 3rd clash in Estudiantes - Godoy Cruz.
Round 16 Schedule:
Friday April 25
19.10-- Newell's Old Boys-Tigre
Saturday April 26
15.00-- Belgrano de Córdoba-San Lorenzo
17.10-- Atlético de Rafaela-Colón de Santa Fe
18.10-- Argentinos Juniors-Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata
19.20-- Vélez Sarsfield-Rosario Central
20.30-- Racing Club-Quilmes A.C.
Sunday April 27
16.00-- Estudiantes de La Plata-Godoy Cruz Antonio Tomba
17.00-- Lanús-All Boys
18.15-- Boca Juniors-Arsenal F.C.
21.30-- Olimpo Bahía Blanca-River Plate
Standings (Lanus-Tigre have a postponed game that will be played on 30/4):