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The unexpected offensive that André Jardine would command in América vs. Closing Atlas 2024

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The unexpected offensive that André Jardine would command in América vs.  Closing Atlas 2024

América to Make Lineup Changes Ahead of Facing Atlas

By Julio Rodriguez
28/02/2024 – 16:42hs CST

With three Clásicos against Chivas on the horizon, Club América is gearing up to make several modifications to its lineup as they prepare to face Atlas.

Coming off a victory against Cruz Azul in the Clásico Joven, América now faces a tough test against Atlas before their showdown with Chivas in the round of 16 of the 2024 Concachampions.

Despite being the favorites, recent results suggest that facing Atlas will not be an easy task for the Águilas. The team has been dealing with a hectic schedule, playing matches in Liga MX and Concachampions, leading coach André Jardine to consider resting key players against Atlas.

Following their match against Atlas, América has a series of challenging games ahead, including three matches against Chivas and a showdown with Tigres, the team they faced in the Apertura 2023 final.

In terms of the lineup, it is likely that Cabecita Rodríguez will return to the starting lineup against Atlas. The team’s attack could see Jonathan Rodríguez on the left wing, Javairo Dilrosun on the right, and Diego Valdés supporting Henry Martín. Brian Rodríguez, who scored in the last match, may find himself on the bench as Cabecita Rodríguez is in fine form, having recently scored in both the Concachampions and Liga MX.

Alejandro Zendejas and Julian Quiñones are expected to be the ones sacrificed in the lineup changes.

With a tough schedule ahead, América is looking to navigate through the challenges and secure positive results in the upcoming matches.

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Julio Rodriguez is a sports journalist and content writer specializing in Mexican soccer, particularly Club América. Graduating from the National Autonomous University of Mexico in 2023, he brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the coverage of Mexican soccer.

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