Match Day - Fixture 14

After three consecutive defeats, it is time for the team to recover. And the next match is against a direct contender in the relegation battle, Quilmes Atletico Club. It is vital for Belgrano not to lose this match and it would be a great boost for the morale of the team if we could just snatch a win. It is going to be tough, fiery and ugly. But a win is a win. And we need it badly. Quilmes had been playing horrible until late when they have strung a run of good results. Belgrano is currently 11th and Quilmes is bottom of the pack. Match prediction: 0-0.

Belgrano news: The manager is clearly unhappy with the past performances and decided to change tactics and players (yet again). The new tactic will be a cautious 4-4-1-1 in a bid to keep a clean sheet. One tactical substitution sees Walter Bustos replace Matias Gigli while the other changes are in order. Mansanelli is replaced by Jorge Cervera due to poor performances while upfront Andres Soriano is replaced by the more experienced Mariano Campodonico. Finally, JJ Serrizuela is back at right back after injury replacing Gaston Turus.

Quilmes news: Jose Chatruc is suspended and will be replaced by Sebastian Rusculleda.

Head-to-head: Belgrano and Quilmes have played only 6 times in First Division tournaments. Belgrano: 2 wins, 2 draws, 2 defeats. Goals: 5 (GF), 5 (GA).

Date and venue: Sunday 5th November. Kick-off: 16.00. Stadium: Jose L. Meizner (Quilmes).