The latest installment of El Super Clasico will take place this weekend when Chivas Guadalajara take on Club America in the Mexican domestic competition.
Two of the fiercest rivals in world football, both teams will be desperate to record victory here and snare the ultimate bragging rights on the night. But there can only be one winner. In fact, there might not even be that after this one is finished with.
Either way, it's shaping up to be another memorable fixture that should bring out the best in both teams, making for a must-watch game as a result.
Read on to see a complete viewing guide for this rivalry game to make sure that you don't miss a single minute, as well as a preview and last-minute predictions.
Date: Sunday, March 31, 2013
Start time: 10 a.m. ET
Venue: Estadio Omnilife, Guadalajara, Mexico
Live Stream and TV Info
Telemundo Deportes and Telemundo will both provide coverage of the match through the United States, whilst Canal de las Estrellas Europa will do the same for certain European nations.
Bet365 will also provide a live stream of the game (per Live Soccer TV).
Click here for a full preview of this game via Bleacher Report.
Key Stats to Consider
Guadalajara will likely come into this one as very firm favorites given their dominance throughout the Mexican domestic league as well as over their rivals.
Chivas have yet to lose at home in the Mexican domestic league this season and have won nine of their past 10 encounters against Club America—something they'll no doubt be looking to continue with a strong performance at home in this one.
For Club America, the key will be their attack, which has struggled away from home this year. They've netted just six goals from their five away games on the road this year, compared to 16 at home—something they'll have to improve if they wish to take down Chivas at home.
With the international fixture during the week meaning a number of key players had to play, it will be interesting to see how both teams line up here.
Chivas didn't lose any of their players for that game, but the Mexico City club did, and America will likely struggle as a result of that. Even if it's only little, for a big rivalry game that will be filled with plenty of emotion, not having the best possible team available could be costly.
Club America have struggled on the road this year, and whilst defense will likely be the focus of the game, their inability to get forward will come to the fore again here. Expect Guadalajara to attack constantly, and expect breakthroughs to come as a result of that.
Chivas have scored in every home game so far this year, and I can't see it ending here against America—as strong as their rivalry might be.
Final score: Guadalajara 2, America 0
What do you think will happen in this epic El Super Clasico match?
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