Villa Miter defeated Deportivo Madryn 1-0 in search of another step towards promotion to First National, in the match against the semi-finals of the qualifiers of the Federal A Championship.
Maximiliano Tunisi scored the partial victory goal in the 34th minute.
The match takes place in El Fortín, judged by Nelson Bejas of Tucumán and broadcast on LU2 Radio, DeporTV and the club’s official YouTube channel.
In the event of a 90-minute tie, the winner will be decided on penalties.
The other key was won this afternoon by Deportivo Maipo de Mendoza, who beat Sarmiento de Residencia 2-0 at home and settled in setting the cross.
The game, which will also advance tonight, will also be finalized with a direct upgrade to Category Two of Argentine Football, and the loser in the decisive game will play an upgrade against San Telmo, from Primera B (formerly B Metropolitana).
In the event that Villa Mitteri reaches the final, the final will be played in El Fortin.
How do they go there
Having been the best in the Southern Championship area, Villa Mitteri fell in the final against Gomez de Santiago del Estero (the best in the North) on penalties and then joined the second stage of crosses.
In the quarter-finals, the Tricolor recovered and beat Sportivo Belgrano de San Francisco on Saturday, 2-0, at home.
Meanwhile, Deportivo Madryn won two away matches after finishing the penultimate qualifying round.
In the first key, he eliminated Juventud Unida de San Luis on penalties (5-4) after drawing 1 to 1 and later defeating Chaco Forever, 1-0, in Resistencia.
And Villa Mitteri and Deportivo Madryn played in the fifth date of the qualifying round, in the resumption of competition after being suspended due to the epidemic.
In that match, the three colors won 2: 1, thus achieving their first victory in history in Chubut.
For now, only rumors
It was revealed yesterday afternoon in the various national media and on social networks that the current tournament may witness an unexpected and significant change in the regulations.
This mod would make today’s match winners reach First National (like San Telmo) without having to play a final.
That is, there will be four teams that will make a leap: Gomez from Santiago del Estero (already promoted), winners in the semi-finals and San Telmo.
From Villa Miter they confessed the new. That they chanted the rumors, although they received no official notification.
This sudden change of regulations will be due to the fact that next season 36 teams will participate in First National, to be able to form two regions of 18 teams.