What you need to know ahead of the Clasico de Mexico CL24 semi-finals

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The road to 13 posed a complicated obstacle for Chivas before the Clausura 2024 Final, since they will have to face the Clásico de México in the semi-final, this however represents the ideal opportunity to give a blow to the table and confirm the great footballing moment that they are going through.

It will be vital for the Rebaño take the lead in the total during the first leg, which will be played this Wednesday at 8:05 p.m. at the stadium Akron Stadiumwho will surely be dressed in his finest attire to transform himself into an authentic Red and white party and carnival. Here are the best facts about the match between Rebaño Sagrado and Águilas.

What do they look like before the match?

-El Chiverio faced Toluca in the quarterfinals and beat Los Choriceros 1-0 on aggregate. The first stage of the Perla de Occidente was won by Guadalajara, while the return match at the Nemesio Diez ended goalless.

– For their part, the Azulcremas faced Pachuca in a series that ended 2-2 and which gave the capital team a place in the playoffs thanks to its position in the table. Both in La Bella Airosa and in the Red and white Capital, the result was 1-1.

What happened during their meeting in the Regular Phase? – The 12th date of the CL24 opposed Chivas and America in a hard-fought match in the middle of the field, which ended in a goalless draw.

Who are the summons from Guadalajara?Fernando Gago has a full squad, so he is considered the best 21 players at his disposal. CLICK HERE for the full list.

Where can you watch the match? Support from Rojiblanca Nation will be felt in the stadium and throughout Mexico and the United States! That’s why we present to you ALL the options so that you can follow the Rebaño Sagrado LIVE. CLICK HERE.

The refereeing bodyArbitrator: Oscar Mejía García- Assistant 1: Christian Kiabek Espinosa Zavala- Assistant 2: Jorge Antonio Sánchez Espinoza- Quarter: Victor Alfonso Cáceres Hernández- VAR: Luis Enrique Santander and Edgar Magdaleno

Did you know? – This will be the sixth series between Guadalajara and América in the semi-finals of the Liga MX, with 3 victories for Chivas and 2 for the Águilas. The last time they met in this round was during the Clausura 2023 and the Rebaño won 3-2 on aggregate.- Guadalajara has won 3 of the last 4 Liga MX knockout matches against America.- At 26 years and 140 days old, Guadalajara has the third youngest starting lineup on average since the end of Clausura 2024 regular season.- Guadalajara has not lost in 11 of the last 12 Liga MX Liguilla matches in which it scored the first goal of the match (8W, 3E, 1L). Five of the eight wins in this streak have come at home.- Chivas has been the third best home defense throughout the Clausura 2024 matches, with only 9 goals conceded in these conditions and a total of 3 goals without defeat in this tournament.- Among the Four semi-finalists, Guadalajara is the team that suffered the fewest fouls on average per game throughout the tournament, with 9.9 infractions per game. Roberto Alvarado has 4 assists in the Liguilla with Chivas, twice as many as any other Guadalajara player since 2013.- Guadalajara has five clean sheets in Liga MX (4W, 1E), its best record since February-March 1998, when Chivas also went five games without conceding (5W ). If the Rebaño Sagrado if they scored another match they would record six consecutive goals without defeat for the first time in their history in this competition. Erick Gutiérrezwith 26, was the second player with the most passes towards the final third of the Clausura 2024 quarter-finals.- Roberto Alvarado won possession of the attacking third on 4 occasions in the Clausura 2024 quarter-finals, the highest record among players still in the competition, alongside Rodrigo Huescas (Cruz Azul).

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