Víctor Manuel Vucetich made a change regarding the match on Day 6, but Gudiño and Molino remain as starters to face Necaxa
Heading into one of the most important matches of the season for Chivas, Víctor Manuel Vucetich made only one modification in his starting eleven for the commitment of matchday 7 in Liga MX against Necaxa.
The Guadalajara strategist determined to keep for the second consecutive game Raúl Gudiño and Jesus Molina in the starting scheme, after both players regained ownership on date six against Monterrey.
Unlike what has been done in this championship, after the draw against Monterrey on date six, Víctor Manuel Vucetich determined to maintain the same scheme as last Saturday, only placing Alejandro Mayorga in place of Miguel Ponce.
At the bottom of the team he maintains Antonio Briseño and Luis Olivas in the central rear, while Jesús Sánchez remains on the right side; in midfield, Antonio Torres will once again be in charge of accompanying captain Molina in the containment.
And in the offensive part the same scheme is maintained by placing Isaac Brizuela and Jesús Angulo on the wings, and Alexis Vega as a midfielder, who will be playing alongside Ángel Zaldívar as the axis of attack.
Goalkeeper Antonio Rodríguez was not called up for the duel this Saturday due to muscle problems, for his part Cristian Calderón was the element that was already considered by the coaching staff, after being out of activity on a date due to a disciplinary measure.
Given the modifications presented by the Rojiblanco coaching staff, Chivas He will take to the field as follows: Raúl Gudiño; Jesús Sánchez, Antonio Briseño, Luis Olivas, Alejandro Mayorga; Jesús Angulo, Antonio Torres, Jesús Molina, Isaac Brizuela; Alexis Vega and Ángel Zaldívar.