Mazatlan and Guadalajara are tied 0-0 at the end of the first half.
With the defeat in the last day, the locals lost the opportunity to increase the advantage in the fight to move up positions in the current tournament. The visitors ended up leveling their previous game and barely picked up a point.
Mazatlán does not want to regret another fall: 0 to 2 ended its match against Tijuana. In the previous 4 days, their results were varied: they lost 1 and 3 were drawn.
Chivas added one to one on the previous date, after equaling 0-0 with Pachuca. In the last games they played they got 1 loss and 3 draws.
The home owner is in seventeenth place and has 3 points (3 PE – 3 PP), while the visiting team added 5 units and is in fifteenth place in the tournament (5 PE – 1 PP).
Referee Jorge Camacho Peregrina was in charge of supervising the game at the Kraken.
The team led by Gabriel Caballero Schiker poses its game with a 4-3-3 formation with Nicolás Vikonis in goal; Néstor Vidrio, Carlos Vargas, Oswaldo Alanís and Bryan Colula in defense; Marco Fabián, Emilio Sánchez and Jefferson Intriago in the middle; and Édgar Bárcenas, Gonzalo Sosa and Nicolás Benedetti up front.
For their part, those led by Ricardo Cadena stand on the field with a 4-4-2 strategy with Miguel Jiménez under the three sticks; Alan Mozo, Gilberto Sepúlveda, Jesús Orozco, Luis Olivas in defense; Cristian Calderón, Fernando Beltrán, Fernando Rubén González and Sebastián Pérez Bouquet at midfield; and Ángel Zaldívar and Alexis Vega up front.