Torneo Clausura 2011: round 11 fixtures

The eleventh round of the 2011 Torneo Clausura took a day off on Good Friday, and runs from Saturday to Monday this week, very inconveniently for Hand Of Pod. New league leaders Vélez Sarsfield are at home to Quilmes on Saturday, and at half time of that match River Plate will kick off against Godoy Cruz in a bid to overturn the Liniers side’s lead. Boca Juniors have a very short trip to an out-of-sorts Huracán, whilst Racing, flush from last week’s clásico win, will travel to Argentinos Juniors. Independiente, who lost that game, will look to get back on track at home to All Boys and their hotshot striker, Cristian Fabbiani. All the kick off times and referees are right here.

All kick off times are local. Add four hours for British Summer Time.

Primera División Torneo Clausura 2011, eleventh round
Newell’s Old Boys vs Banfield (Sat, 14:00; refereed by A. Toia)
Independiente vs All Boys (Sat, 16:10; P. Díaz)
Club Estudiantes de La Plata vs Colón (Sat, 17:10; D. Abal)
Vélez Sarsfield vs Quilmes Atlético Club (Sat, 18:20; G. Favale)
River Plate vs Club Deportivo Godoy Cruz Antonio Tomba (Sat, 19:15; P. Loustau)
Arsenal Fútbol Club vs Club de Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata (Sun, 14:00; S. Pezzotta)
Tigre vs San Lorenzo de Almagro (Sun, 16:00; N. Pitana)
Huracán vs Boca Juniors (Sun, 18:00; H. Baldassi)
Asociación Atlética Argentinos Juniors vs Racing Club (Sun, 20:15; J.P. Pompei)
Lanús vs Club Olimpo (Mon, 20:10; P. Lunati)

As usual, keep your eyes on Twitter for legal links to some of the weekend’s tastiest matches.

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