Episode 120: previewing River v Boca, and crisis at Racing & Huracán

4 Oct

The hundred-and-twentieth episode of Hand Of Pod is the first appearance of Fede González, and it’s timed perfectly – he works on one of the most popular unofficial Boca Juniors Twitter accounts around, and has arrived just in time for our big superclásico preview episode. We discuss bad times at Racing and second division giants Huracán and consider another impressive performance from leaders Newell’s Old Boys before turning our eye on the weekend’s biggest attraction: the super. Both River Plate and Boca Juniors won last time out, so come into this one in rude health and both in the title race for the first time in what seems like a long while. Before closing, we also consider Mauro Icardi’s first call-up for Argentina for next week’s World Cup qualifiers, in Lionel Messi’s absence. Since this episode was recorded, Vélez Sarsfield have advanced in the Copa Sudamericana and Arsenal beat All Boys on penalties after a 1-1 draw in the Copa Argentina semi-final.

As usual, Mystic Sam’s predictions are below, and you can click here if you still haven’t yet subscribed to us on iTunes.

Mystic Sam’s tenth round predictions
Argentinos v Belgrano
Quilmes v Newell’s
Olimpo v Estudiantes
San Lorenzo v Tigre
Gimnasia v Vélez
River v Boca
Racing v Rafaela
Colón v Arsenal
Godoy Cruz
v All Boys
Central v Lanús

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One Response to “Episode 120: previewing River v Boca, and crisis at Racing & Huracán”

  1. hastaelgolsiempre 4 October, 2013 at 2:07 am #

    Reblogged this on Hasta El Gol Siempre and commented:

    Episode 120 of Hand Of Pod sees myself, English Dan and new HOP member Fede previewing the superclásico, which will be played this Sunday at 18:15 local time. Enjoy.

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