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Maradona could make seven changes to Argentine squad

06-21-2010 09:14 BJT Special Report: World Cup 2010 |

PRETORIA, June 20 (Xinhua) -- Argentina coach Diego Maradona could make seven changes in his starting lineup for the next match against Greece on Tuesday.

According to the training carried out on Sunday at the Pretoria University, the Argentine team might not start Gonzalo Higuain and Carlos Tevez, with Diego Milito and Sergio "Kun" Aguero in their places.

Suspended Angel Di Maria and injured Walter Samuel have set to miss the next match, while Jonas Gutierrez is most probably not to start.

Also Maradona may not risk to start Gabriel Heinze and Javier Mascherano, each with a yellow card.

Argentina, followed by South Korea and Greece with 3 points each and Nigeria on zero, lead Group B with six points, but it has not secure the ticket yet for the next round.

The possible starting 11 to face Greece are:

Sergio Romero, Nicolas Otamendi, Martin Demichelis, NicolasBurdisso, Clemente Rodriguez, Maxi Rodriguez, MarioBolatti, Juan Sebastian Veron,Lionel Messi, Sergio "Kun" Aguero and Diego Milito.

Editor:Jin Lin |Source: Xinhua

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