They return to the competition. Lima AllianceMelgar, Cienciano, Cusco FC, Binacional and Municipal lost their first match in League 1 by ‘walkover’, after the decision made not to show up for their respective duels until the FPF modifies the Precautionary Measure that they requested for the issue of the TV rights.
Although the parties involved held a meeting last Wednesday, it did not progress as expected, so the progress that the clubs wanted to have with the highest national football entity could not be achieved with the intention of being able to broadcast their matches on the sign of the Peru Football Consortium.
With this panorama and the risk of losing the category for a second ‘walkover’, Lima AllianceMelgar, Cienciano, Cusco FC, Binacional and Municipal decided that they will appear, this weekend, at the day that was scheduled for the fourth date of the Opening Tournament, as RPP was able to confirm.
This is how date 4 of the Opening Tournament will be played:
The fourth date of the tournament will begin this Friday, February 10 from 7:00 p.m. at the Garcilaso de la Vega with the duel between Cienciano and Cusco FC. On Saturday the 11th cantolao will receive Cesar Vallejo at the Iván Elías Moreno from 1:00 pm, while ADT will seek to add their first three points against Deportivo Garcilaso. The last duel of will be the binational vs, Atletico Grau at 7:00 p.m.
The event will continue on Sunday the 12th. This time it will be the turn of University of Sports and Lima Alliance. In the case of the ‘merengues’, they will visit trade union in the Municipal Carlos Vidaure from 1:30 pm The Blue and Whites, for their part, will receive at home Sports Boys at 4:00 pm at the Alejandro Villanueva Stadium.
Finally, date 4 of the Opening Tournament will culminate with the match between Melgar and Municipal Sports. This match will be held at the UNSA Monumental Stadium from 7:00 p.m. Sport Huancayo It will be the club that will rest on this day.
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