Bravas de Juárez, who qualified for the first time in their league history, will have to wait until this Monday, at around 11:00, to find out who they will face in this phase of the 2023 Clausura of the MX Women’s League.
Rivals would emerge from UANL’s Amazonas, Aguilas del América, Chivas de Guadalajara and Monterrey’s Rayadas, the latter together with Rosinegras del Atlas to define the Bravas’ next duel in the league.
For now, the Juárez team occupies sixth place overall with 28 points, a position it will retain if Atlas draws or loses against Leon this Monday, in a game starting at 7:05 p.m. ET at the Jalisco Stadium. , would finish in seventh place with 28 or 27 units, followed by Atlistus.
If they finish in that position, Mila Martínez’s pupils will face third place in the standings, which is currently in the hands of Chivas with 37 points but could change ownership.
If Monterrey, which has 36 points and faces San Luis starting at 9:00 pm tonight, loses, it will finish fifth and Chivas third. If Raidas ties, they will reach 37 points, tied with Chivas but with a better goal difference, so Regius will finish third and play against FC Juárez. If Monterrey wins, it will add 39 points and be the general leader, with UANL coming second with 38 points and America third with 37, and will then play against Águilas Juarens.
Another scenario for the Braves is that if Atlas beats Leon they end up in seventh place, as Rosinegrus will reach 30 points. If so, Seema will play against second place, which is currently held by the US.
In this case, if Monterrey draws or loses, Águilas will take second place and face Brawlácticas, but if Raidas wins, second place will go to UANL, who will be Juárez’s opponent.
In the regular stage of the Clausura 2023, Bravas defeated Amazonas, drew with América and lost to Chivas and Monterrey.