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·23 September 2022

5 facts you didn't know about El Super Clasico in the U.S.

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El Rebaño Sagrado will play once again El Super Clasico in the United States this Sunday at 6 PM (CT) at Bobby Dodd Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia, seeking immediate revenge against its fierce rival to give a great joy to all the ChivaHermanos that live on this side of the border.

If Guadalajara beats the Azulcremas, it would extend its dominance in the history of matches played on U.S. soil. Here is everything you need to know about this new chapter between the 2 main antagonists in Liga MX:

- This is the first time that El Super Clasico will be played in Atlanta, making it the 11th city in the United States to host the match.

- We have faced Las Aguilas 22 times in the U.S. and have won 8, drawn 8 and lost 6.

- 1 year has passed since the most recent Super Clasico in the U.S.; that time was on September 5, 2021 at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas, and the capital city's team cut short our 6-game undefeated streak in US territory.

- 11 out of 17 red & whites who played that Super Clasico in Dallas are available for this Sunday's game in Atlanta.

- Our most recent victory against the Azulcremas in the U.S. was on July 3, 2013, when we won 1-0 at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada; after that we’ve had 2 draws and 1 loss.

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