With this Thursday’s draw by Celaya against Tapatio, Cimarrones de Sonora finally concluded the regular tournament with third place in the general table, so they will have to face the reclassification phase.
Neither Guanajuato nor Jalisco could score a goal at the Miguel Alemán Valdes stadium, giving them a point each and finishing first with 24 units after 15 full days; Enough to dislodge the Cimarrones from sub-command.
In this way, those led by Gabriel Pereira will have to face the 12th place in the ranking, Venados de Mérida, to reach the top six stage, where Celaya is already pinned to the second place.
Cimarrones and Venados saw each other in the 4th history of the 2021 Guardianes tournament, when Sonoran’s players scored a two-goal draw in Mérida, scoring him from Jonathan Betancourt and Juan Machado.
In this meeting, the Northern team will already be able to take advantage of Ray Villa from Hermosillo, who missed the last five days of the inning after injured in the match against Tabatio.
Cimarrones has never progressed to any role in the Liga de Ascenso / Liga Expansión MX; Even in the previous tournament he was eliminated in the replay stage by Pumas Morelos, although he finished in third place and played that match at Hermosillo.
Sonoran finished the regular championship as the best defense, along with Celaya, with 11 goals scored, something that has to be confirmed at Héroe de Nacozari when they receive a paired team who left outside their home and left one winning mark, 5 draws and one loss.
Cimarrones Vs. Spinner
Mineros vs Albríges
Tabatio Vs. Tlaxcala (to be determined)
Atlante vs. Golden (to be determined)
Tepatitlan vs. Cancun (to be determined)
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