Today at 8 pm, the Colombia U-20 team will play against Ecuador at Campín de Bogotá. If they win, the ‘tricolor’ will take a big step towards getting one of the places in the World Cup in Indonesia.
After the resounding 3-0 victory against Paraguay, the Colombian team faces Ecuador today, a commitment that is scheduled for 8 pm. The ‘tricolor’ at the moment occupies the third position of the final hexagonal with 3 points.
One of the novelties that the national team will have for the duel with Ecuador will be the forced entry of Juan José Mina to occupy the position of right back, in which the usual Édier Ocampo will not be able to appear. The Atlético Nacional footballer misses the commitment due to the accumulation of yellow cards, which in turn means a notorious drop in the build since he has been one of the best Colombian players in the championship thanks to his projections on the wing and defensive solidity .
If they win, the Colombian team will take a big step towards achieving one of the three objectives: qualifying for the World Cup in Indonesia. In turn, they would still have to fight in the last two dates to qualify for the Pan American Games in Chile.
The possible lineup of Colombia for tonight is: Luis Marquinez; Juan José Mina, Kevin Mantilla, Fernando Álvarez, Andrés Salazar; Gustavo Puerta, Jhojan Torres; Óscar Cortés, Alexis Manyoma, Miguel Monsalve and Jorge Cabezas.