World News – USA – Match preview: Club Tijuana vs Guadalajara


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Xolos and Chivas are looking for someone to step up and light the fire for their respective attack

Referees: REF: Jorge Antonio Pérez Durán, AR1: Pablo Israel Hernández Luna, AR2: Enríque Isaac Bustos Díaz, 4TH: Guillermo Pacheco Larios, VAR: Juan Joel Rangel Maya, AVAR: Christian Adrián Ramírez Tejeda

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All-time record: Tijuana holds the all-time record in all competitions, winning eleven to five in Guadalajara, with clubs making four draws Clubs have only met twice outside of matches de Liga MX, with each team winning once in two Copa MX games The last time the teams met, Chivas beat Xolos 1-0 in Tijuana on a JJ Goal Macías

After a solid midweek victory against FC Juárez (3W 4D 5L), Club Tijuana (4W 1D 6L) welcome Chivas de Guadalajara (5W 3D 4L), who lost only one in their last six games Xolos’ home form has been pretty decent, scoring 13 out of a total of 21 points and being a respectable 2 at Mictlán However, they have struggled a lot on the road, losing all four of their games so far and beating ten against one

Tijuana has struggled all season scoring goals, especially after the departure of Ariel Nahuelpán and Miller Bolaños, who recently signed with Shenzhen Shenhua of the Chinese Super League Bryan Angulo leads the team with three goals, but two of them came from the penalty spot Xolos needs someone to step up and start scoring from the start of the game, be it Angulo, Fabián Castillo or anyone else

Chivas has had the same issues as Xolos, scoring just ten goals in twelve games this season JJ Macías doesn’t scare the hearts of opposing defenses as he did with León, scoring just four goals during the season. season so far Uriel Antuna and Jesús Angulo each have two goals, but this team was built on Macías relying on his León form and without her they stuttered

Fortunately for Chivas, their defense has been strong They have given up just ten goals which is respectable and tied for third in the league with Pachuca (5W 4D 3L) Antonio Rodríguez has had three shutouts in nine games and Raúl Gudiño have won two of the three games he has started, but goalkeepers can’t win alone

Both teams need to start their fouls, but it will be difficult for both teams to do so against each other Although it is probably not a high scoring affair, it will make any goals scored much more meaningful at the end of the day. both in terms of getting a result and showing fans that their team can score goals when it counts

Cré Guadalajara, Club Tijuana, Liga MX

World news – USA – Match preview: Club Tijuana vs Guadalajara


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