Mazatlan vs Club America Prediction, Betting Lines & Picks

CLub America vs Mazatlan

  • A tale of the tape reveals a clear advantage for America over Mazatlan
  • With a goal-scoring brace under his belt, America striker Henry Martin will be one to keep an eye on
  • Inconsistencies have hindered any real development for Mazatlan

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It seems like it’s time to go all-in on America.

Once a team of gradual progress, the Mexico City side recently garnered a statement-making win last week during the 3-0 demolition of Chivas in the Clasico Nacional. It was convincing on the biggest stage in the Liga MX regular season, and with three points in hand, it now looks as if the new era under manager Santiago Solari is about to truly flourish.

Despite the fact that Mazatlan recently defeated a league giant, it’s highly unlikely that they’ll be able to strike gold twice when they face an even more opposing team like America. It could end up being close, but there’s no reason why America should lose this one.


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How to Watch Mazatlan vs Club America

Mazatlan vs Club America Information
WhatMazatlan vs Club America
WhereEstadio Mazatlan (Mazatlan, Mexico)
WhenFriday, March 19th at 11:00 PM ET
How to WatchTUDN

Make no doubts about it: America were absolutely superior last Sunday.

In the massive Clasico Nacional battle against archrivals Chivas, America were scintillating as they dominated possession and momentum of the game. Chivas were hanging on by just a thread as they shuffled into halftime with a 1-0 scoreline in their opponent’s favor, and once defender Miguel Ponce was shown a red, the goalscoring dam then broke loose for America.

A second and third goals soon followed. Chivas had no real response in the match, and with their one single shot on target, they looked more likely to allow a fourth than to score one themselves.

Once the final whistle blew, a 3-0 scoreline did plenty to highlight America’s performance. It was proactive, efficient, and genuinely entertaining as they constantly picked up lost passes from Chivas and held them to their own half of the field.

More importantly for America, the win marked the first big result that millions of fans have been asking for from Solari since his recent takeover. Now, there’s not only a belief in his system but also obvious confidence for his roster as they’ll take on another team that still have plenty of questions to answer.

Mazatlan Are A Step Behind America In Nearly Every Aspect

Sorry Mazatlan supporters, there’s just no good news when analyzing your team in comparison to America.

They’ve scored six fewer goals, they’ve allowed eight more in their own net, and don’t have the same kind of talent within their squad. Other than a couple of key figures like Camilo Sanvezzo or Fernando Aristiguieta, it’s difficult to imagine that any other player would start in an XI like America’s.

And on the sidelines, Mazatlan are also a few paces behind when it comes to match planning. While Solari has experience with Real Madrid and only has two losses in his debut Liga MX season, Mazatlan’s Tomas Boy is more of an aging garden-variety Mexican manager whose best tactical days are behind him.

Henry Martin Has Found His Resurgent Moment

Credit is due to Martin. Since late January, the Mexican striker has collected six goals and an assist in his last seven Liga MX appearances for America. It’s an amazing tally and one that only seems to be getting quicker by the second after his brace in the 3-0 Clasico Nacional win over Chivas.

Physical but also well-rounded with his decent speed and dribbling, the 28-year-old appears set on making the 2021 Clausura the best season of his career so far.

And keeping in mind that he could get plenty of international minutes in a busy year for the Mexican national team, now seems like a good time to continue turning heads when there are a handful of other strikers that will be vying for valuable starts with El Tri.

When Looking At Recent Form, Mazatlan Remain Inconsistent

If Mazatlan were able to defeat Tigres 2-1 last week, a side that finished 2nd in the latest Club World Cup, then why not America?

First off, we have to recognize that they had a significant advantage in that David vs Goliath battle. In the 11th minute, Javier Aquino earned a red for Tigres, thereby giving a sizable upper-hand for Mazatlan in their latest victory.

That said, regardless of the result, Mazatlan are unreliable when it comes to their results. They have just two wins in their last seven matches and only a total of four victories overall this season.

Hoping for consecutive wins might be a step too far as well. Since their debut in Mexico’s top flight last summer, Mazatlan have never collected two victories in a row.

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