Chivas are set to stick with goalkeeper Raúl Gudiño for Saturday’s Clásico Nacional clash at América.
The 24-year-old stopper was at fault for Necaxa’s opener last weekend when he pushed a speculative shot right into the path of Ian González to slot home from close range.
The Flock recovered to win 2-1 and take all three points, and, according to ESPN, manager Víctor Manuel Vucetich is unlikely to drop Gudiño because of the error.
Fernando Beltrán is not expected to return to the starting line-up, with the midfielder still recovering from the after-effects of contracting COVID-19.
Ángel Zaldívar is fit again after recovering from a muscle injury, but the striker will not feature at the Estadio Azteca.
Instead he was given some minutes in the U-20 clash between the sides earlier in the day that Chivas won 2-1.
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