Chivas take on Atletico Madrid in the International Champions Cup on Tuesday at the Globe Life Park in Arlington, Texas.
The Mexican side have been beaten in both of their two ICC games in the United States. They lost their opener 2-1 to Fiorentina and were then thumped 3-0 by Portuguese champions Benfica.
The game is their last of the tournament but Atletico's first. Diego Simeone's side kicked off their pre-season fixtures with a 3-0 win over Spanish second division side Numancia on Saturday.
Date: Tuesday, July 23
Time: 9 p.m. (ET), 2 a.m. BST (Wednesday)
TV Info: Premier Sports 2 (UK), ESPN (U.S.)
Atletico have been one of Europe's busiest clubs in the summer transfer window, as highlighted by the Guardian's Marcus Christenson:
They handed eight of their new signings a debut in their first pre-season outing against Numancia:
However, the win was marred by an injury to record signing Joao Felix. The 19-year-old was forced off after just 27 minutes of their win over the Segunda Division team:
There were plenty of positives to take ahead of their match against Chivas, though. Ivan Saponjic and Felipe both scored debut goals, while Vitolo was also on target.
The former Sevilla winger was not a regular under Simeone last season but is keen to make an impact, per Pablo Egea at Marca.
"I've wanted to have opportunities since I first joined Atletico and I've not been able to play until now," Vitolo said. "It's something that I want, I was excited to return and let's hope I can have much more game time this season."
Atletico will expect to beat a Chivas side that is in the middle of a busy schedule. The club have been juggling their ICC commitments with the start of the Liga MX campaign:
Chivas did have chances to score against Benfica, but Miguel Ponce, Juan Basulto and Alexis Vega were all denied by the woodwork:
Head coach Tomas Boy's side will be keen to avoid finishing their ICC campaign with a third straight defeat, but it will be a surprise if they can take anything from a talented Atletico team.
Prediction: Chivas 0-2 Atletico Madrid