Soccer Football - Boca Juniors Fans ahead of the Copa Libertadores match between River Plate and Boca Juniors - Eurostars Suites Mirasierra, Madrid, Spain - December 8, 2018 Boca Juniors' Carlos Tevez and team mates applaud and wave to their fans outside the team hotel REUTERS\/Susana VeraBUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Boca Juniors\u2019 last-minute attempt to suspend Sunday\u2019s Copa Libertadores final against River Plate was rejected by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) on Saturday, clearing the way for the decisive match to take place in Madrid. Boca filed their appeal to sport\u2019s highest court on Friday after the South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) rejected their claim that River Plate should be disqualified from the continent\u2019s equivalent of Europe\u2019s Champions League. \u201cThe Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has dismissed an urgent request for provisional measures filed yesterday by CA Boca Juniors in which it sought to suspend the second leg of the final of the Copa Libertadores,\u201d CAS said in a statement. The organization said it would nevertheless hear the merits of Boca\u2019s appeal at an undisclosed later date. Boca and River drew 2-2 in the first leg of the final on Nov. 11 but the second leg at River\u2019s Monumental stadium was postponed after Boca players were hurt when their coach was attacked by River fans as it approached the ground. The second leg is scheduled to take place at Real Madrid\u2019s Santiago Bernabeu stadium on Sunday. Reporting by Andrew Downie; Editing by Ken FerrisOur Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.