Sabella picks homegrown squad for Brazil friendly
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Argentina coach Alejandro Sabella unveiled a homegrown squad to face longtime rivals Brazil for Wednesday's Superclasico de las Americas in the northern city of Chaco.

Brazil won their opening Superclasico of the season 2-1 in Goiania on 19 September since when Sabella has tweaked his squad with the arrival of striker Ignacio Scocco from Newell's Old Boys.

Four of the squad ply their club trade in Brazil - strikers Juan Manuel Martinez of Corinthians and Hernan Barcos of Palmeiras and midfielders Pablo Guinazu from Internacional Porto Alegre and Cruzeiro's Walter Montillo.

Argentina squad:
Goalkeepers: Oscar Ustari (Boca Juniors), Marcelo Barovero (River Plate), Esteban Andrada (Lanus).

Defenders: Gino Peruzzi, Sebastian Dominguez (Velez Sarsfield), Lisandro Lopez (Arsenal), Leandro Desabato, German Re (Estudiantes), Santiago Vergini (Newell's Old Boys), Clemente Rodriguez (Boca Juniors).

Midfielders: Leonel Vangioni, Maximiliano Rodriguez (Newell's Old Boys), Rodrigo Brana (Estudiantes), Leandro Somoza, Juan Sanchez Mino, Cristian Chavez (all Boca Juniors), Leonardo Ponzio (River Plate), Lucas Mugni (Colon), Pablo Guinazu (Internacional/BRA), Walter Montillo (Cruzeiro/BRA)

Strikers: Ignacio Scocco (Newell's Old Boys), Juan Manuel Martinez (Corinthians/BRA), Hernan Barcos (Palmeiras/BRA).