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Prediction Preview Team News And More For Queretaro Vs Club America Mexican Liga Mx 2021

Queretaro and Club America will face off at the Estadio Corregidora on Friday to begin the new Mexican Liga MX season.
Both teams had contrasting seasons last year and will be hoping to get off to a good start this year.
Queretaro had a terrible season in the Mexican Primera Division, which ended in 2020-21.
They ended 17th in the league rankings with 13 points from 17 games, trailing only Atlético de San Luis, who finished last with 11 points.
Their terrible form carried over into the playoffs, where they were defeated 5-0 by Santos Laguna.
Following that, a 2-2 draw with Pumas UNAM in a friendly match pitted both teams against one other.
The team of Hector Altamiranos is currently on a three-game losing streak, with their previous victory coming in April when they beat Juarez FC 1-0.
Club America, on the other hand, had a fantastic domestic season last year.
They finished third in the league with nine victories and five draws, tied on 32 points with second-placed Pumas UNAM.
However, in the quarter-finals of the playoffs, Santiago Solaris’ team was defeated by Pachuca on away goals after both teams played out a 5-5 aggregate draw.
In club friendly games, this was followed by victories over Santos Laguna, Atlas, and Tigres Unal.
Club America will now try to retain its excellent form into the 2021 Primeira Division season.
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Nine games have finished in draws for the hosts, while nine games have ended in draws for the visitors.
Queretaro’s Form Guide (all competitions): D-W-L-L-L Club America’s Form Guide (all competitions): L-W-W-W-W Queretaro against Club America Team News Queretaro has a full strength squad at his disposal, with no injury concerns in the Queretaro camp.
Injuries: None Suspensions: None Club America’s lone injury issue is midfielder Antonio Lopez, who is out with a leg injury.
Jorge Sanchez is presently representing Mexico at the Olympic Games.
Queretaro Expected XI (4-4-2): Gerardo Ruiz; Alexis Doldan, Maximiliano Perg, Omar Mendoza, Erik Vera; David Cabrera, Bryan Olivera, Kevin Ramirez, Kevin Balanta; Nicolas Sosa, Jonathan Dos Santos Club America Planned XI (3-4-3): Guillermo Ochoa; Emanuel Aguilera, Bruno Valdez, Sebastian Ca
They do, however, face an in-form Club America side, who are on a four-game winning streak.
We believe the visitors will continue their domination in this match and win, since they appear to be the better team on paper.
Queretaro 1-2 Club America, according to Peter P.

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