Both teams will make it to this game with different goals to achieve, but either way, fans should really not miss what goes down at Azteca Stadium.

One of the most anticipated games in Liga MX is set to take place on Saturday evening when América host Guadalajara in the 206th edition of the Mexican Clásico de Clásicos. As always, the most winning and popular teams in Mexico will try to give fans their money's worth when they step into Azteca Stadium in front of 60,000 fans, who will be allowed to enter the stadium in large numbers for the first time in over a year.

América will get to this game at the very top of the table, having won six of their nine fixtures this season. Las Águilas lost their unbeaten status last week against Toluca, but coach Santiago Solari seems confident about their chances to learn from that loss and move forward.

One of América's strengths throughout the season has been their ability to have most of their players being able to find the back of the net without necessarily being strikers, which has given midfielder Alvaro Fidalgo the team's top scorer honors with three goals. Other notable players for Las Águilas will be Colombian ace Roger Martínez and of course, captain Guillermo Ochoa.

On the other hand, Guadalajara will try to prove that their decision to sack coach Victor Manuel Vucetich last week was right, and interim boss Marcelo Michel Leaño will enter this game with the massive task to steer the team to a win. So far, Chivas are ranked ninth with thirteen points, and perhaps the only good omen they have ahead of this game is that they have not lost a single away match this season.

Chivas have struggled to find the back of the net all season long, scoring only eight goals in nine games. Three of those have been scored by Angel Zaldívar, who has been ruled out to play this game. The man in charge of taking his place will be veteran Oribe Peralta, a footballer who has only been able to score one league goal since he joined the club almost two years ago. The good news for El Rebaño may come thanks to Alexis Vega, who has seemingly recovered from an ankle injury but has been ruled as doubtful for this clash.

As we mentioned earlier, this will be the first Clásico for Chivas' coach Marcelo Michel Leaño. The same can't be said about América's boss Santiago Solari, who dazzled Liga MX in his first match of this kind by leading his team to a three-nil win last spring. Will we see something like that take place on Saturday evening? Here are the main talking points you need to consider before this game's kick off.

América vs Guadalajara - Who's in and who's out?

América - Injured: Leo Suárez, Santiago Naveda. Suspended: Sebastián Cáceres.

Guadalajara - Injured: Angel Zaldívar. Doubtful: Alexis Vega.

América vs Guadalajara - Head-to-head stats

  • The last game between these teams ended in a 3-0 win for América back in March 2021.

  • Chivas' last trip to face América at Azteca Stadium in a regular season game ended in a one-nil victory for Las Águilas.

  • Guadalajara's last win against América came on November 2020, when Chivas defeated their bitter rivals with a 2-1 score in a playoff game.

  • This will be the 205th game between these teams in history. So far, América dominates with 74 wins, while Guadalajara has claimed 65 victories. The remaining 65 games have been settled with a draw.

  • América have won four out of their last six Clásicos at Azteca Stadium. The others were settled with a draw and a win for Guadalajara back in the Apertura 2020 playoffs.

Broadcast info - América vs Guadalajara

In Mexico: TUDN En Vivo, TUDN, Canal 5 Televisa, Afizzionados, Blim TV.

In the U.S.: Univision, TUDN App, TUDN USA,, Univision NOW.

In Canada: OneSoccer.

In Chile: DIRECTV Sports Chile, DIRECTV Sports App,

In Argentina: DIRECTV Sports Argentina, DIRECTV Sports App,

In Spain: Footters.


Match details, result and original broadcast info

América 0 - 0 Guadalajara

September 25, 2021 10:00pmEstadio Azteca (Ciudad de México (D.F.))

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