Bolivia against Argentina: Matchday 5 lineups for the Copa America 2021

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On Monday, June 28, Bolivia and Argentina will square off in the Copa America 2021 Zone A final. Check out how both teams would line up on the fifth matchday of the Group Stage.

Argentina and Bolivia
Argentina and Bolivia meet in the Group A finale. (Getty)

As the group stage of the Copa America 2021 draws to a close, the tournament is at a critical juncture. On Matchday 5 of the tournament, Bolivia and Argentina will clash at Arena Pantanal in Cuiabá to conclude up Zone A play.

La Verde has already been eliminated from the competition after losing their first three games. César Faras’ team couldn’t manage their formidable opponents, and Bolivia’s terrible Copa America record continues, with the team having not won a game since 2015.

La Albiceleste, on the other hand, are in a far better position for the group finale, having clinched a ticket in the quarterfinals and a top-two finish. Lionel Scaloni’s team, on the other hand, wants to finish strong by securing first place in the group.

Bolivia’s likely lineup
Bolivia has nothing to lose in this game because, regardless of the outcome, they will finish last in Zone A. It is up to them, however, to end a horrible run of straight Copa America failures and leave Brazil with a consolation win.

Marcelo Moreno Martins has returned to play against Uruguay, albeit he may have to start from the beginning this time. Carlos Lampe; Danny Bejarano, Adriano Jusino, Jairo Quinteros, Roberto Fernández; Erwin Saavedra, Leonel Justiniano, Ramiro Vaca, Juan Carlos Arce; Rodrigo Ramallo, Marcelo Moreno Martins; Rodrigo Ramallo, Marcelo Moreno Martins

Emiliano Martínez reportedly wants to start this game as well. (Getty)
Emiliano Martínez reportedly wants to start this game as well. (Getty)

Because Emiliano Martnez, Leandro Paredes, Giovani Lo Celso, Lautaro Martnez, Lucas Martnez Quarta, and Joaqun Correa have all been booked, they may not play in this game. However, the Aston Villa goalkeeper is said to be insistent on playing, so Scaloni will have to choose between granting his wish and playing carefully. He would also be interested in providing Franco Armani with minutes.

So far, Lionel Messi has played the complete 90 minutes of every match, and he is adamant about staying in his seat. Scaloni is also concerned about starting Nicolás González or Angel Di Mara. Argentina would line up like this: Rodrigo De Paul, Guido Rodrguez, Exequiel Palacios; Lionel Messi, Sergio Aguero, Nicolás González; Martnez / Armani; Gonzalo Montiel, Nicolás Otamendi, Lisandro Martnez, Marcos Acua; Rodrigo De Paul, Guido Rodrguez, Exequiel Palacios; Lionel Messi, Sergio Aguero,




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