América did not have a good start to the tournament. The goalless draw in Querétaro left doubts about the azulcremas' collective performance, but that is now behind them and the team coached by Santiago Solari is already looking ahead to next Saturday's match against Necaxa, which will be the first at the Estadio Azteca in this Grita México Apertura 2021 campaign.
The Águilas will be playing in front of their home fans with the aim of putting in a better performance than the previous Friday at the Estadio Corregidora, where they had certain difficulties in generating dangerous chances and the few they did create, they failed to capitalize on, so they are working to correct the mistakes they made.
Nicolás Benedetti and Federico Viñas are doubtful for this match. Both players had physical problems since the preseason, so they did not participate in the friendly matches.
In the case of the Uruguayan, during the week prior to the game against Gallos, he worked alongside his teammates, but he suffered from the injury and had to return to the bench yesterday. In the course of the week, it is expected to see the evolution of both players.
América vs Necaxa: when and at what time do they play?
América and Necaxa will meet at the Coloso de Santa Úrsula next Saturday, July 31 at 17:00 in a match that will serve as a reunion between the Águilas and their fans, given that during the previous semester, they only played one match with people at the Azteca and that was in the second leg of the Quarter-Finals.
Where and how to watch América vs Necaxa?
América will face Necaxa at the Azteca Stadium and the match can be followed live and live on TUDN, both on free-to-air and pay TV.