Campeonato de Apertura 2012: Round 4 fixtures

Round Four of the Apertura season is shaping up as crucial one with eight teams still looking for their first win of the season.

Unión San Felipe is one of those who are winless so far this season and will be hoping their fortunes changes as they host top of the table Unión Española in the round’s opening match on Friday night. Saturday sees five matches take place with Universidad de Chile looking to bounce back from their disappointing start to their Copa Libertadores campaign as they take on Palestino in the Estadio Nacional.

Meanwhile Universidad de Concepción and Cobresal will be both looking for their first win of the season as they clash in the day’s first match. Also looking for their first win are La Serena, Iquique and Audax Italiano who take on O’Higgins, Rangers and Santiago Wanderers respectively. Sunday sees Cobreloa take on Huachipato whilst Universidad Católica hosts Antofagasta and Colo Colo take on the winless Unión La Calera in the round’s last match.

Primera Division Campeonato de Apertura 2012, fourth round

U. San Felipe vs. U. Española (Fri 20:00, Municipal de San Felipe)
U. Concepción vs. Cobresal (Sat 12:30, Collao)
Iquique vs. Rangers (Sat 16:00, Tierra de Campeones)
S. Wanderers vs. A. Italiano (Sat 16:00, Playa Ancha)
Palestino vs. U. de Chile (Sat 18:15, Nacional)
La Serena vs. O’Higgins (Sat 20:30, La Portada)
Cobreloa vs. Huachipato (Sun 17:00, Municipal de Calama)
U. Católica vs. Antofagasta (Sun 17:00, San Carlos)
Colo Colo vs. U. La Calera (Sun 19:30, Monumental)
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