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Today is the possible XI for Argentina’s warm-up match

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Update : Wednesday, November 16, 2022

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Argentina’s players have a training camp in the United Arab Emirates before the World Cup in Qatar. The aim is to adapt to the conditions of Arab countries. Especially with the heat. Even though it is a winter World Cup, the daytime weather in Arab countries is hot.

Albiceleste will play a friendly match against the hosts United Arab Emirates to adapt to that environment. So that the blue-blue jersey holders can adapt to the environment by playing the match. The match will be played on Wednesday (today) at 9:30 pm Bangladesh time.

Media Goal has claimed that coach Lionel Scaloni will not prepare a full strength starting eleven in that warm-up match. Especially forward Lionel Messi, defender Cristiano Romero, midfielder Rodrigo de Paul will be rested. However, there is no problem if more than five players are substituted in the preparation match. The coach can give them a chance to play for a short time.

Di Maria and Paulo Dybala return from injury. They joined the team after playing one match each for the club. Coach Scaloni may keep the two senior footballers in the starting XI to get them back to full form fitness. Experienced defender Otamendi will play with.

The bad news for Argentina fans is that the match will not be televised. Even no OTT platform in the Indian region has acquired or taken the rights to telecast the match. However, the match will be watched live from the United States. The match will be available on TUDN USA TV and app and Fubo TV website. From there, the match can also be watched on various apps in Indian or Arab regions.

Argentina Probable Starting XI: Amy Martinez, Nahuel Molina, Nicolas Otamendi, Leandro Martinez, Marcos Aquina, Guido Rodriguez, Leandro Pardes, Fernandez, Paulo Dybala, Lautaro Martinez, Di Maria.

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