The women’s team of Corinthians, one of the great pride of the black and white fan this season, returns to the field this Wednesday afternoon. Timão will face the team of Minas Brasília, starting at 3pm (Brasília time), in the capital of Brazil, in Bezerrão. The duel is valid for the 12th round of the tournament.
After chasing Santos since the resumption of football in the country, Corinthians finally took first place in the league table and tries to maintain this condition going forward. With 30 points won, the Parque São Jorge club has ten wins and one defeat so far.
On the other hand, Minas tries to stay in the dispute for a place in the next phase and move away from the decline. The team currently has 11 points won, in 12th place in the national tournament.
So that you, the fan, stay on top of all the information, the My Timon unraveled the match below. Check out!
Coach Arthur Elias remains with the group practically all available, with the exception of goalkeeper Tainá, who remains injured. Still, as the commander likes to rotate his squad a lot, it is unlikely that the team will be the same that thrashed the victory over last weekend.
Names like Katiúscia, Gabi Portilho, Gabi Zanotti and Giovanna Crivelari are the ones quoted to return to the starting line-up, leaving Corinthians who should go on the field with Lelê; Katiuscia, Érika, Sparrow and Juliete; Andressinha, Gabi Zanotti, Tamires and Giovanna Crivelari; Gabi Portilho and Vic Albuquerque.
Marcello Rudá Neves Ramos da Costa, from Federal District, will be responsible for refereeing the match. He will be assisted by Marconi de Souza Gonçalo and Milton Jeronimo Souza Alves, both also from the Federal District.
How to follow?
The match, as has been the protocol of the competition, will not have a crowd present. Thus, Corinthians have only one option to watch the game: the transmission is exclusive to the platform My Cujoo, specialized in internet transmission.
Check out the Corinthians women’s artillery in 2020
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