Querétaro vs CD Guadalajara: Both Are Are Winless Right Now
- Querétaro are CD Guadalajara are winless right now
- Guadalajara have three draws from their opening four matches
- Querétaro have three losses this season so far
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Querétaro vs Guadalajara Prediction
Querétaro and CD Guadalajara are both in poor form this season and will be happy to face each other this week. Both sides are in desperate need of a win to turn things around before it is too late. As both sides are winless, they will be looking to capitalize on each other’s poor form and get the three points on offer.
However, if the game ends in a draw, things could get worse for both teams, as they’re likely to be rooted to the bottom of the table if that ends up happening in this round.
Matches between Querétaro and CD Guadalajara have not typically been high-scoring games, and very few games are decided by more than one goal. Three of the last five meetings have ended in a draw, with both sides picking up one win each in the other matches.
The last time these two sides met was in Clausura earlier this year. The game in January ended in a 1-1 draw despite Guadalajara dominating possession, shots, and passes. Queretaro took the lead inside the first 100 seconds of the match, with Leonardo Sequeira finding the back of the net. After that, they decided to sit back and managed to get just three more shots on target in the entire game.
Guadalajara were desperate to get back into the match and had eight shots, with five on target in the first half, but failed to create any good chances. However, Alexis Vega made the most of the space he had and scored the equalizer in the 42nd minute. That turned out to be the last goal of the match, and both teams left with a point each.
Been a While Since either Team Beat the Other One
The last time Queretaro won a game against Guadalajara was when they met in the Apertura last year. Jonathan Dos Santos scored the lone goal of the match early in the second half and the away side could not make a comeback. Guadalajara’s last win against Queretaro was back in the 2019 edition of Apertura.
Alexis Vega, Javier López, and Alan Pulido scored in the first half to give them a 3-0 lead. Jeison Lucumí scored twice in injury time to make the score respectable for Queretaro, but they still ended up losing 3-2.
Querétaro Are Rock Bottom on the Table After Four Matches
Querétaro failed to make it to the playoffs in the Apertura last year. They finished 17th in the table with just three wins, and things look set to remain the same this time around as well. Having said that, they did still do well in the Clausura season earlier this year to make it to the playoffs.
After finishing 12th and sneaking into the knockouts, they could not make it past the reclassification round. Presumably, the idea is to go past that level in the Apertura this year, but it has been a woeful start so far.
They have gone out and made some additions to the side in the form of Gabriel Rojas, Jordan Silva, Mario Osuna, Luis Félix, Clifford Aboagye and Rafael Fernández. David Barbona and Ettson Ayón have also been loaned in to help Mauro Gerk have a big squad this season.
However, they will be without Betsiel Hernández and Jefferson Montero, who have been sold. Bryan Olivera has been loaned out, while Jonathan González, Leonardo Sequeira, José Angulo, Jesús Godínez and Ricardo Díaz have returned to their respective clubs following the expiry of their loan deals.
Still Searching for an Impact
The additions are yet to make an impact this season as they have not picked up a single win. Queretaro started their season at Pachuca and were handed a 2-0 loss. Nicolás Ibáñez and Avilés Hurtado scored in either half for the home side to seal a comfortable win. Up against Club Necaxa next, none of the Queretaro players managed to pull off anything of note. Necaxa’s Milton Giménez scored all three goals in the game as they lost 2-1.
Queretaro’s first points of the season came against Juarez FC in the 3rd game of the season. They were behind in the 6th minute via a Gabriel Fernández goal, but managed to get level thanks to Jordan Silva scoring in the 13th minute. Juarez had the chance to retake the lead in the first half, but Gabriel Fernández had his penalty saved.
Back at home for the 4th match of the season, Queretaro could not make the most of their home advantage. Rogelio Funes Mori, Germán Berterame and Jesús Gallardo scored for the away side and they ran out 3-0 winners.
Injuries and Suspensions
All players are fit and available for the upcoming game.
Guadalajara Are Looking For Their First Win of the Season
Guadalajara have made it to the playoffs in both of the most recent Apertura and Clausura seasons, but failed to make it past the reclassification round in both cases. They will be keen on making a big impact this season, but things have not gone their way.
Alan Mozo, Fernando González, Pável Pérez, and Jesús Orozco Chiquete have been signed this summer. Santiago Ormeño is another addition to the squad as he has been loaned in from Club Leon. Raúl Gudiño and César Huerta have been released along with Gael Sandoval and José Madueña. Javier López has also been sold this summer, while Jesús Godínez has headed out on loan to Club Nexaca.
A Poor Start at Home
They kicked off their season at home, where they failed to beat Juarez. They were held to a goalless draw as Guadalajara could not make any of their chances count. They managed 14 shots in the game with five on target, while the opponents had just one shot on target.
Atletico de San Luis made them pay in the next game for their missed chances and edged out a 1-0 win. Facundo Waller scored the lone goal of the match from San Luis’ only shot on target, while Guadalajara missed from their 19 shots.
José de Jesús González handed Guadalajara the lead in the second against Santos Laguna, but they failed to hold on to it for long. Eduardo Aguirre scored in the 70th minute, and after a long VAI check, the goal was given. That proved to be the final one in the game, and the two teams had to share points after the 1-1 draw.
Desperately in Need of a Change
Guadalajara were up against Club Leon next and it was the same story. They failed to make the most of their chances and to make things worse, even missed a penalty in the first half. Cristian Calderón had the chance to score from the spot deep into stoppage time of the first half, but had his penalty saved.
Luis Olivas was sent off for Guadalajara and they had to sit back and defend for over 25 minutes to take a point from the match. They faced Juventus in a friendly last week, and ended up losing 2-0.
Injuries and Suspensions
Jesús Molina, José Macías, Jesús Angulo and Sergio Flores are ruled out. Luis Olivas is suspended after hsi red card against Club Leon.
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How to Watch Querétaro vs Guadalajara
|Teams||Querétaro vs CD Guadalajara|
|Location||Estadio La Corregidora|
|Time||Wednesday, July 27 at 8pm EST|
|How to watch||Univision networks TUDN and UniMas, ESPN Deportes, Telemundo and Fox Deportes|
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