Tigre vs Belgrano Prediction: Team to Win, Form, News and more

Here is our prediction for the upcoming Argentine Primera Division match between Tigre and Belgrano on Thursday, June 13th 2024.

7:30am on Thursday 13th June 2024
Jake Skudder

The Argentine Primera Division clash between Tigre and Belgrano promises to be an intriguing encounter, with both teams vying for crucial points.

Below is an in-depth analysis of the match, including team form, news, and predictions.

Team Form and Recent Performances


Tigre is struggling in the 2024 Argentine Primera Division, having secured just one victory in their campaign so far.

Their recent form has been particularly poor, losing their last two domestic matches with a combined score of 7-1.

Currently, they are positioned five points below the relegation line, adding pressure to secure a win in this fixture.

Tigre’s attack has been lacklustre, with only nine goals scored this season—the lowest in the league. Additionally, they have failed to score in their last three home games.


Contrastingly, Belgrano has shown resilience and consistency since early May, losing only one of their last seven competitive fixtures.

They are currently on a three-match winning streak across all competitions. Despite their solid form, they need to accumulate more points to secure a spot in the Copa Sudamericana.

Belgrano’s away performance has been shaky, with their last away win in the top flight dating back to matchday 13.

Team News


Tigre faces several injury concerns ahead of the match. Ijel Protti is nursing a sore Achilles, Pablo Adorno is sidelined with a groin strain, and Gonzalo Flores is out with a broken collarbone.

Additionally, Nahuel Genez has hamstring tightness, Brahian Aleman has a foot problem, and Juan Cruz Esquivel continues to recover from a knee injury.


Belgrano’s lineup might also see changes due to injuries and suspensions.

Alex Ibacache is nearing a return after illness, while Franco Jara missed the last match due to a hamstring strain.

Facundo Quignon might be unavailable due to gastrointestinal issues. Pablo Chavarria is suspended after receiving two yellow cards in the previous match against Argentinos Juniors.

Possible Lineups

Tigre: Zenobio; Ortega, Fernandez, Lomonaco, Mino; Garay, Cardozo; Galvan, Maroni, Contin; Ferreyra.

Belgrano: Losada; Rebola, Troilo, Meriano; Baringa, Longo, Heredia, Velazquez; Metilli, Reyna; Suarez.


Based on current form and team news, Belgrano appears to have the upper hand in this match.

Tigre’s ongoing struggles and inability to score in recent games put them at a disadvantage.

Therefore, our prediction is a 1-0 victory for Belgrano.

For all of the analysis of Tigre vs Belgrano as it happens live, check out our Preview and Live Update page for the game.

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