Fernando Ortiz will make changes to seek the record for consecutive victories

Fernando Ortiz will make changes to seek the record for consecutive victories

Sources have confirmed to ESPN that the last starting line-up that worked Friday morning in Coapa was with Óscar Jiménez in goal.

Tonight, America visit Necaxa with a mission to secure his ninth straight win to take another step towards the league and also set a new club record for consecutive wins. The bad news for the azulcremas is that for the game against the Rayos, they have 5 confirmed injuries who did not make the trip to Aguascalientes.

The Americanists will have the absences of Guillaume Ochoa, Bruno Valadez, Pedro Aquino, Alejandro Zendejas there Diego Valdes who for different reasons stayed at CDMX. This situation will force Fernando Ortiz to make changes to his starting XI and it’s not even ruled out that he also changes the game system and this time he will come out with two starting strikers.

confirmed sources ESPN that the last starting formation that worked Friday morning in Coapa was with Oscar Jimenez in order to, Emilio Lara, Nestor Araujo, Sebastian Caceres and Luis Fuentes in defense, Richard Sanchez and Jona Dos Santos they were in midfield while in attack they played Brian Rodríguez, Cabecita Rodríguez, Henry Martín and Federico Viñas.

However, this composition cannot be considered definitive because in the second part of the training the defense was modified to allow Miguel Layun there Chava Reyes as full-backs while the center pair consisted of Araujo there emilio lara.

Ferdinand Ortiz will deliver the starting XI this Saturday afternoon to face Necaxathe coach could go down in history as the strategist with the most consecutive wins in the history of the club, but he also knows that next week there will be two very difficult duels against Santos there Chivas it could set a lot of direction for the league.

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