Three consecutive wins – and two successive clean sheets – have boosted morale at Bahia Blanca, and if Olimpo get a win here against Colon they'll finish the season on 23 points, just two short of the 25 usually believed to guarantee safety.
Olimpo's forward Nestor Bareiro (R) (Getty Images)
Olimpo made it three wins in a row last weekend by beating Godoy Cruz 1-0 in Mendoza but that triumph came at a cost with Damian Musto picking up his fifth yellow card of the season and so will be suspended for their final league encounter.
Olimpo's midfielder Ariel Rosada (L) (Getty Images)
The hosts have received a boost ahead of the game though with Jose Valencia finally confirming a one-year loan and will join the squad for the 2014 Torneo Final.
Boca Juniors' Rodrigo Palacio (L) vies for the ball with Olimpo's Matias Villavicencio (Getty Images)
With just six points to their name, Colon have endured a miserable campaign and will finish the campaign at the foot of the table.
They've lost three in a row in the Argentine top flight and that should read four after tonight's clash.
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