This Thursday (21), Coritiba visits Vasco, in São Januário, for the duel valid for the 24th round of the Brasileirão. With the squad already training since last Saturday, Thiago Kosloski will have two new features that open up his range of options to change some pieces where necessary.
After Luan Polli’s four mistakes in the defeat to Bahia, Thiago said he would analyze the situation of each available goalkeeper to define who would be the starter this Thursday. With the return of Gabriel Vasconcelos to activities, number 1 must be chosen to defend the alviverde goal, the final decision will be made by goalkeeper coach Thiago Mehl.
Another return that could change the structure of Coritiba this Thursday is the return of Matheus Bianqui, the midfielder was serving a suspension and is now fighting with Samaris to see who will start alongside Sebastián Gómez. The rest of the midfield has a chance of being changed, the coach is considering dismantling the trio of midfielders and placing Marcelino Moreno as 10 and playing with a trio of attackers.
In the position of first midfielder alongside Sebastián Gómez, Thiago has three options: Samaris, Fransérgio and Matheus Bianqui.
Probable Coritiba: Gabriel Vasconcelos; Natanael, Kuscevic, Thiago Dombroski and Jamerson; Sebástian Gómez, Matheus Bianqui (Samaris) and Marcelino Moreno; Kaio César (Jesé Rodríguez), Slimani and Robson.
Marcelino Moreno lost his place in the starting lineup in the match against Bahia to Kaio César, but upon seeing that the team needed creation, Thiago put on the number 10 shirt and removed Samaris. For this Thursday, the coach is considering playing with an offensive quartet, where we would have Moreno, Robson, Slimani and Kaio César. Jesé Rodríguez is still running on the outside, but there is greater confidence that he is at least involved for this duel, given Coritiba’s situation. If he is listed, the Spaniard could fight for the title with Kaio.
Source: Esporte News Mundo
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