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Copa Libertadores - Quarter finals broadcast info

Copa Libertadores - How and when to watch the return legs of the Quarter finals

August 26, 2019 By Oscar Rojas
A new Superclásico could be in the works if things keep their current course! Here's all you need to know about the tournament's Quarter final stage.

This week, the most coveted South American tournament will find out which teams will have the honor of making it to the semi-finals.

Right now, Brazilan and Argentine teams have the edge over their rivals, which hints that the tournament's final could have one more chapter added to the historic rivalry between teams from those countries.

Cerro Porteño, Liga de Quito, Gremio and Internacional are the teams that need to turn things around, but only Inter will have the possibility of playing for their spot in the semis in front of their supporters.

If you needed to get a bit more hyped about this stage of the competition, South American football could be in for a new Argentine Superclásico in the Copa Libertadores, since River Plate and Boca Juniors were drawn in the same side of the board, hinting that a new exciting matchup could take place between the two Argentine titans.

Let's have a look at how things stand at the moment in the Copa Libertadores Quarter finals.

Palmeiras vs Gremio (First leg score: 1-0 for Palmeiras)

The Verdao gets to this game with a narrow lead, thanks to Gustavo Scarpa's goal. Winning or drawing the game against Gremio would be enough to see them through, especially since Gremio faces the mammoth task of scoring twice without conceding against Scolari's men at Allianz Parque, something that is easier said than done.

Boca Juniors vs LDU Quito (First leg score: 3-0 for Boca)

Los Xeneizes seem to have everything to reach the semi-final stage one more time, since the team from Ecuador needs to score four times without conceding to see a small miracle taking place. Daniele de Rossi could provide an added bonus to watch this game, as he could make his debut in a decisive stage of the Copa Libertadores with his new club.

Internacional vs Flamengo (First leg score: 2-0 for Flamengo)

The red-and-black side gets to this game with an interesting win, but Internacional will have the backing of their supporters to try and turn things around. Unfortunately for Odair Hellmann's men, they enter this clash with only one win in their last four games, which makes us predict that Flamengo may have everything in their favor to reach the semis at Beira-Rio Stadium, especially after their interesting activity in the summer transfer window.

Cerro Porteño vs River Plate (Global 2-0 favor River)

The defending champions travel to Paraguay with a good lead. It would be a tragedy to watch Gallardo's men dropping such an advantage, but Cerro Porteño has done it before. Fernando Jubero's men eliminated San Lorenzo in the previous stage despite making it to the return leg behind. Can they shock the world and end our hopes of a new Superclásico in the Copa Libertadores?

All semi-final ties and dates will be revealed as soon as the games conclude. Keep an eye on our dedicated Copa Libertadores website to keep track of all details surrounding this competition.

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