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 By PA Sport

River Plate strikers struggling for fitness before Copa Libertadores final

River Plate are hoping to banish the nightmare of their 2011 relegation, ahead of their Copa Libertadores final, second leg, with Mexican side Tigres.

River Plate's bid to secure a third Copa Libertadores crown has been hit by injury and suspension with key players expected to miss the return leg of their final showdown against Mexican side Tigres in Buenos Aires.

The Argentinians' hopes of lifting the trophy for the first time in 19 years have been tempered after the first leg in Nuevo Leon last Wednesday ended goalless as strikers Rodolfo Mora and Tabare Viudez are struggling for fitness.

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River Plate right-back Gabriel Mercado is suspended for...

 By Tim Vickery

Copa Libertadores set for epic finale between River Plate and Tigres

Tigres coach Ricardo Ferretti speaks after his side's 0-0 first leg home draw with River Plate.

On Wednesday night, River Plate of Argentina host Tigres of Mexico in the second leg of the Copa Libertadores final in a massive game in the Monumental stadium. Either River are going to win their third title or Tigres will take the trophy out of South America for the first time.

Based on the evidence of the semifinals, the Mexicans may have gone into the home and away clashes as slight favourites. But the first leg, in Nuevo Leon last Wednesday, ended goalless. That slight favouritism has dissipated...

Andre-Pierre Gignac's foot looks gruesome after River Plate match

To call the first leg of the Copa Libertadores final between Liga MX side Tigres and River Plate of Argentina a physical affair is a bit of an understatement. River Plate secured a 0-0 draw in Monterrey on Wednesday thanks in part to some staunch defending... And by staunch defending we mean tackling -- lots of tackling.

In total the Argentines were whistled for 25 fouls, and bearing the brunt of the worst of it was the right foot of Tigres striker Andre-Pierre Gignac.

Let's just say that the...