Tigre will play Argentinos Juniors on Matchday 7 of the second phase of the Argentine Primera Division on Monday, and if they win, they will advance to the Copa Sudamericana qualification stage.
El Bicho was eliminated from the Copa Argentina on Wednesday after losing 1-0 to Defensa y Justicia at home. Tigre is three points out of a spot in the Sudamericana for the upcoming season but has lost its last five domestic matches.
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Argentinos Juniors vs Tigre Cruz Tips and Prediction
Argentina has a few days to recover from their dismal Copa Argentina exit and return their attention to their current domestic season.
After missing out on one of the biggest South American competitions by two points last season, the team from La Paternal has put itself in a far stronger position to avoid missing those tournaments again next year. presently ranked seventh overall, six points above the cutoff for a spot in the Copa Sudamericana in 2023.They have only lost once in league action, a 1-0 loss to Defensa y Justicia in the first half, although their home form has been a major factor in their domestic success this season.
Expect a close game with little chances when Gabriel Milito’s team takes the field because their past nine league games have all been decided by one goal or fewer and they haven’t given up more than one goal domestically at home.
In their 10 domestic games played at home this season, Argentinos have scored six times during the first half hour, suggesting that they receive a significant energy boost from their fans.
Tigre last weekend drew 1-1 at home with Talleres Cordoba as a breakdown in effort and focus in the closing minutes cost them for the fourth straight game.
El Matador lost a second-half advantage for the second time in this round of competition, preventing them from moving up the domestic table.
They have already lost six points since matchday three, which would have put them in a position to compete in the Copa Sudamericana the following year.
They struggled in the close of the first round of this competition, going winless in their final four league games, and their troubles have continued into phase two, where they have only earned one victory after six games.
Tigre has never historically defeated Juniors at home in the Primera Division; their most recent visit was in 2016, when they wasted a one-goal lead and played to a 1-1 draw.
Diego Martinez looks to have this team on a trajectory to stay in the top-flight, hanging near the middle of the aggregate table despite recent results not going their way (13th).
El Bicho play with a lot more structure and balance at home even if they lost their most recent home game on Wednesday.
On Monday, we anticipate them to once again benefit from the support while also finding a way past the team that has allowed the second-most goals (10) in this competition’s second round.