Like in the old days, the Chivas from Guadalajara they will travel by bus to face the Pachuca in the Hidalgo Stadium as part of a plan to prevent COVID-19 infections, due to air travel.
Although it is customary for Chivas to travel by plane, the outbreak of COVID-19 on Mexican soil has caused any planning to be able to attend matches to be modified, however, the idea of traveling by land arose due to the number of infections that have previously suffered in the herd.
With the full squad, the team he leads Marcelo Michel Leano will have the entire squad for the match against Pachuca, with the good news that Roberto ‘Louse’ Alvarado is enabled to play the next match after giving a negative coronavirus test and carrying out his training sessions alongside the group.
Pachuca has two positives
Los Tuzos de Pachuca reported that they detected a couple of positive cases within the club, although they did not indicate who is infected by COVID-19. On the other hand, the club announced that everyone is isolated and under constant monitoring by the medical body.
The commitment between Pachuca and Chivas will take place next Sunday from the Hidalgo Stadium, where the Tuzos will be playing their first home game.