Eight teams are still in competition, but the Eagles of America are the most likely participant to be champion of the Grita Mexico A21 Tournament of Liga MX.
There are already ten participants in the first division of soccer in Mexico who were eliminated from the Grita Mexico A21 Tournament. That is, only eight are still in the race to be the next champion of the MX League, among them, of course, the Eagles of America that, prior to the start of the Big party, are emerging as the top candidate.
In the first place, because they were the ample winners of the regular phase with 35 points, the product of 10 wins, five draws and just two losses. But, beyond the numbers in the table, also because prediction specialists give it to the set of Santiago Solari as the clear favorite to get his star number 14.
According to the site fivethirtyeight.com, which based on recent statistics conducted a study to roughly determine the outcome of the upcoming events, the Eagles of America have a 73 percent chance of qualifying for the semifinal, with a 43 percent chance of being a finalist and a 24 percent chance of being the winner of the Grita Mexico A21 Tournament of the MX League.
Likewise, the rest of the competitors are well below the average of those led by the Indiecito. The one that ranks second is the Club Leon with a 17 percent chance of celebrating, and then they follow, in order, UANL Tigers with 16, Rayados from Monterrey with 14, Atlas FC with 13, Santos Laguna with 9, Club Puebla with 4 and Pumas UNAM With 3.
Why channel watch the Capital Classic between América and Pumas, for the quarterfinals of the Liguilla of the Grita México A21 Tournament of Liga MX?
The Eagles of America and Pumas UNAM will play once more the Classic Capital. In this case, it will be for the quarterfinals of the League of the Grita Mexico A21 Tournament of the MX League at University Olympic Stadium, next Wednesday, November 24 at 7:00 p.m. CDMX. By the way, the transmission will be in charge of TUDN.