It is not witchcraft, esotericism or prophecy, it is the statistics that, a few days before the start of a new tournament of the MX Leaguegive us an overview of How will the Repechage and Closing League 2023 be?This is thanks to a simulation based on measurable data, including effectiveness in recent tournaments and squad.
Although the 18 teams will say that they “work to be champions” and in Liga MX almost anything is possible, the truth is that there are certain more powerful clubs that start as favorites to reach the final instanceswhile others seem doomed to fail.
How would the C2023 Liguilla look? Simulator
The specialized portal Statiskicks conducted a simulation of the Clausura 2023 that was executed 10 thousand times to show the most probable results after the 17 days of the Regular Phase, revealing how the four direct places for the Liguilla and the eight that would play the Repechage would be.
According to your simulator, America would be overall leader as in the Opening 2022 followed by Monterrey, Pachuca and Tigres to occupy the first four places that advance to the Quarterfinals.
From place 5 to 12 in the repechage would Chivas, C.Ruz Azul, Toluca, Pumas, Santos, León, Xolos and Necaxa, leaving open the possibility that the so-called Big Four access the Liguilla. Finally, who would be left out would be Puebla, Querétaro, Atlas, FC Juárez, Mazatlán and Atlético San Luis as basement general.
When does Clausura 2023 start?
After more than two months of waiting and with the Qatar 2022 World Cup in the middle, in which we already know how the Mexican National Team fared, Liga MX returns on Friday, January 6 with the Clausura 2023with Necaxa vs. San Luis as the opening match at 7:00 p.m., followed by Mazatlán vs. León on the same date.
The National Classic at Akron Stadium between Chivas and America is scheduled for March 18th; That same day is also scheduled Classic Regal between Rayados and Tigres at the BBVA Stadium.