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Everything you need to know ahead of Chivas vs Atlas

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We all know that anything can happen in a Clásico Tapatío, it doesn't matter how you got there or what your position on the table is, in these matches, in addition to the three points, the pride of the city is at stake. That is why we are going to share the most outstanding facts about Chivas vs. Atlas, corresponding to Day 8 of the Apertura 2022.

El Rebaño Sagrado is coming off a 1-2 loss against Mazatlán at the Kraken, placing them in 17th place with 5 points. For this match, Ricardo Cadena will be able to count on the return of Sergio Flores; however, 'Oso' González will not be available, having been sent off against the Sinaloans.

For their part, the rojinegros are coming off a 3-1 win over Querétaro at the Jalisco, which moved them up to 14th place in the overall standings with 7 points. For the Clasico Tapatio, Diego Cocca will not have two players, as Aldo Rocha and Hugo Nervo are out due to an injury and an expulsion, respectively.

Did you know?

  • The historical record of this rivalry in short tournaments favors Guadalajara, having faced each other 62 times, 23 of which have been wins for the Rebaño; the rest divided into 20 draws and 19 defeats.
  • Of their last 5 games, Chivas tied 4 and lost 1.
  • Guadalajara has not conceded a goal in 3 of its last 4 home games.
  • Atlas has won only 1 of their last 4 games, the rest have been losses.
  • Los Rojinegros have 3 away losses.
  • El Rebaño remains the second best defense in the tournament having only conceded 6 goals.
  • Atlas is the third highest scoring defense in the tournament with 11 goals conceded.
  • Alexis Vega, Ángel Zaldívar and José Juan Macías are the top scorers for El Rebaño against the city rival, both having scored on 4 occasions.- The refereeing quartet for this match on matchday 8 of the Apertura 2022 will be made up of Marco Antonio Ortiz Nava as center referee, Michel Alejandro Morales as assistant 1 and Leonardo Javier Rodríguez as assistant 2, while Daniel Quintero Huitrón will be the fourth official.
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