The strange way America can help Chivas qualify directly for the Liguilla ahead of the National Classic

The strange way America can help Chivas qualify directly for the Liguilla ahead of the National Classic

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Chivas de Guadalajara hosts Tigres UANL in a rescheduled fixture, while América could unexpectedly help the rojiblancos in their bid to qualify directly for the Apertura 2022 Playoffs. Flock Pasión explains how!

A victory for America on Wednesday would leave Chivas just one point behind fourth in the table.
© HOUR mediaA victory for America on Wednesday would leave Chivas just one point behind fourth in the table.

Chivas de Guadalajara host Tigres UANL on Tuesday night at Akron Stadium, a rescheduled game from Day 9 and in this series of pending matches, America will do the same and although it seems unusual, it could unexpectedly help the rojiblancos in their aspiration to qualify directly for the Liguilla of this opening tournament of the Liga MX 2022. Flock Passion presents all the details and explains how this strange case could happen, by coincidence, a few days before the National Classic.

The Sacred Flock secured a precious and agonizing victory with a superb goal from Alexis Vega to beat Puebla in the Zapopan Gigante, within the framework of Day 14 which already begins to define the table of positions for the direct classifications of the Liguilla and the Reclassification. For what the calendar will be adjusted with three games during the week: Tuesday and Wednesday, which were on hold and could be essential for the rojiblancos.

Chivas, which has forgotten this results crisis which caused it to sink into the first nine dates of the calendar, resurfaced on a seven-game unbeaten streak that included their fifth win by beating Puebla 1-0 with a superb goal from Alexis Vega. At present, América leads the standings and is also riding a nine-game winning streak. But, interestingly, The fiercest rivalry in Mexican football can work in strange ways and on this occasion, the Eagles could lend a hand to their eternal rival in their aspiration to retain a direct ticket to the Fiesta Grande..

And it is that Chivas receives Tigres UANL on Tuesday at the Akron stadium with the mission of extending its unbeaten streak to eight, with the idea of ​​managing his sixth victory of the tournament, of consolidating himself in the privileged positions of the reclassification by ranking fifth with 25 points and so dream with the fourth stage, which grants a direct ticket to the Liguilla. But then, How much help would America receive?

bono, The Eagles will see action a day later: Wednesday, September 14, when they host Santos Laguna at Azteca Stadiumalso in a rescheduled game, but for Day 5. The Warriors are currently in fourth place in the standings with 26 units, so a victory for the azulcrema and which would be their tenth in a row, would leave their eternal rival: Chivas, one point behind the laguneros in the standings and a few days before a new edition of Mexico’s legendary National Football Classic. The direct ticket to Liguilla is always possible for Guadalajara.

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America could help Chivas days before National Classic (JAM media)

What games are missing from Chivas?

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Chivas take on Tigres in rescheduled matchday 9 match (Liga MX)

What are the remaining games for Chivas?
Business day Date Rival Stadium
9 13 Sep UANL Tigers Akron
15 Sep-17 America Aztec
17 October 1 Blue Cross Aztec

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