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Mexico > Primera Division > Clausura 2015 > Round 6

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Queretaro vs Cruz Azul February 14, 2015 03:30 hrs CET Queretaro is fighting relegation, meanwhile Cruz Azul sits at the top of the league, with the best defense, with a lowest goal production in many time. Queretaro knows that at home is where they have to win to avoid relegation, with mixed results in their two matches. Their offensive needs Ronaldinho talents if they expect to score in this match. In the back there is also a lot of work to do. Cruz Azul is unbeaten and with a solid defense, not a single goal in 5 matches, still the offensive has yet to explode as they have only scored 3 goals. The team has yet to encounter the powerful opposition of the league. Roque Santacruz continues sidelined, so Joao Rojas will continue to have opportunities upfront, he has only scored on round 1. A tight match, A point could a saver for Queretaro, and will try to avoid defeat. Cruz Azul is solid in the back. Last two encounters at Queretaro between them have been victories for Cruz Azul, the most probable option, but the lack of offensive I would take -0.25 AH. Cruz Azul -0.25 AH 7/10 @ 2.06 at Pinnacle

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Re: Mexico > Primera Division > Clausura 2015 > Round 6 Atlas vs Pachuca February 15, 2015 05:00 hrs CET Under new ownership Atlas has obtain an improve, as now they are a contender to the title. Second match at home, altought won a match playing at home, but the Stadium was March 3, as Jalisco has a one match veto. The team has showed solid defending with an average of 0.5 goal per match allowed, not considering the away match where they recieved 3 goals. Next week the team debuts on Libertadores Cup and their schedule will be very busy, so they need to get a good result. Players will rotate, but coach Boy has been preparing for this as only GK Federico Villar has played all the matches this season, no other players has. Meanwhile Pachuca has been struggling with their new coach Uruguayan Diego Alonso, as the team has just one victory at home, and is struggling to achieve an ideal formation, so changes on the lineup as expected and more now that FW Ariel Nahuelpan returns to the team. The improvement of last week has to be shown no to be ephemeral. If they do not get good results they could be dragged to the fight for relegation. Atlas will try to obtain advante of the doubts Pachuca has and continue being a contender and get the points to face the busy weeks ahead. Atlas -0.25 AH 8/10 @1.96 at Pinnacle

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