Cerro Porteño vs Grêmio – Copa Libertadores: It is good, but it is better to keep an eye out. Cerro’s campaign on the Copa Libertadores has been great.
The team has won the two matches they’ve played so far and if they get some points tonight, they will go into the 2nd half of the group stage having a lot of faith in advancing.
However, on their domestic league, they are far from the title race, for example. Which Cerro should we rely on?
In terms of results, they are on a good moment of form. They come into this match being unbeaten for 5 matches, having won 4 of those duels.
If the results alone weren’t enough, their performances have been spectacular.
Cerro has been presenting their best version on both ends. Still being unbeaten at their new stadium, they come into this match to face the current champions of the competition, looking to gain even more confidence for the rest of the season.
The manager Luis Zebeldía won’t be able to count with Óscar Ruiz, who is injured.
Grêmio made one of those performances that excites their fans. Playing on a packed Mineirão, against a big-name team like Cruzeiro, they dominated the match, winning by 1-0 and making an entirely consistent exhibition.
Since they went back to using the starters, the strength of the current Libertadores’ champions has been put into practice.
Grêmio comes into this match looking to reach the top. The team knows how difficult the task will be, but they believe on what they have been producing to overcome the difficulties, closing the 1st half at the top of the group.
Just like their opponent, Grêmio has also been shining on both ends, having a lot of confidence on their actions.
With perfect numbers away from home, wanting to claim the leadership of the group, they are hoping to show their strength once again.
The manager Renato Gaúcho will still be without their main player Luan, who is injured.
Cerro Porteño vs Grêmio – Betting Tip and Prediction:
This is a tough match, without a doubt. The home side is living a moment of great confidence, believing they have an advantage since they are playing at home here.
Grêmio are the current Libertadores’ champions and in recent times, like this past weekend, they lived up to their hype.
Grêmio will have the absence of their main player, but they’ve already shown that they are capable of playing well without him.
But, with a lot of confidence and in front of their own fans, shining on both ends, Cerro should be able to get some points here.
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