Union SF vs San Lorenzo Prediction: Team to Win, Form, News and more

Here is our prediction for the upcoming Argentine Primera Division game between Union SF and San Lorenzo on Saturday, June 15th 2024.

 
7:45am on Saturday 15th June 2024
By
Jake Skudder

Union SF is set to face San Lorenzo in an exciting Argentine Primera Division clash on Saturday at Estadio 15 de Abril.

With both teams having different fortunes this season, this match promises to be an intriguing encounter. Here's a detailed look at the prediction, team news, and form.

Team to Win

Union SF's Chances

Union SF, under the leadership of Kily Gonzalez, has started the season strong.

They are currently in fifth place, with ten points from four matches, and could potentially top the table with a win against San Lorenzo.

Their defensive solidity has been a key factor, as they've kept a clean sheet in two of their four games.

Union's ability to grind out narrow victories makes them the favourites to win this fixture.

San Lorenzo's Struggles

San Lorenzo, on the other hand, has had a tough start to the season. With only one point from three matches, they sit in the lower half of the table.

Their attacking struggles are evident, having scored just once in their league campaign so far.

Despite a morale-boosting 2-0 win in the Copa Argentina, their domestic form has been lacking.

Form

Union SF's Recent Form

Union SF is unbeaten in their first four matches of the season, with a record of three wins and one draw.

Their recent 1-0 victory over Independiente Rivadavia highlights their defensive resilience.

However, they will be missing key players due to suspensions and injuries, which could impact their performance.

San Lorenzo's Recent Form

San Lorenzo's form in the league has been disappointing, with two losses and one draw.

Their last league game was a 1-0 defeat to Sarmiento, and their only point came from a 1-1 draw with Lanus.

However, their recent success in the Copa Argentina might give them a boost.

Team News

Union SF's Lineup

Union will be without Bruno Pitton and Adrian Balboa due to suspensions.

Mauro Luna Diale and Francisco Gerometta are sidelined with knee injuries, while Patricio Tanda is out with a muscle problem.

Despite these absences, Union's squad depth should help them field a competitive lineup.

San Lorenzo's Lineup

San Lorenzo faces their own injury woes, with Gaston Gomez, Manuel Insaurralde, and Gaston Hernandez all unavailable.

Cristian Ferreira is expected to start, supporting Cristian Tarragona in the attack. The lineup will need to step up if they are to challenge Union's unbeaten run.

Prediction

Given the current form and team news, Union SF is expected to secure a narrow victory.

Their defensive prowess and home advantage should see them through against a struggling San Lorenzo side.

A 1-0 win for Union SF seems likely, continuing their impressive start to the season.

Our Prediction: Union SF 1-0 San Lorenzo

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