Ignacio Pussetto scored in the defeat to Olimpo early two weeks ago and should retain his place supporting Norberto Briasco.
Nicolas Romat is suspended and so Carlos Araujo is likely to switch to right back, meaning Mario Risso comes in at centre-back.
Mauro Bogado may return to bolster central midfield alongside Matias Fritzler.
Matias Castro replacing the injured Nereo Fernandez is set to be the only change to the side that beat Newell's last time out.
Nelson Acevedo scored the opening goal in that victory and will continue in an unchanged midfield.
Rodrigo Erramuspe headed the late winner and starts with Leonardo Sanchez in central defence.
With one win in 11, Huracan have found themselves in the thick of the relegation dogfight and in desperate need of points. El Globo continue to leak goals and have been equally poor in Parque Patricios as they have on their travels, but a winnable home fixture cannot be wasted at this stage.
Union's win over Newell's in the last round was a first win in nine, but unsurprisingly it came in the Estadio 15 de Abril. On the road, El Tatengue haven't won in 12 attempts.
All the sides near the foot of the descenso have started picking up points and Huracan must follow if they are to avoid the drop. Union are one of the worst visiting sides in the top flight so El Globo should secure the vital three points.
Prediction: Huracan 2-1 Union