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The Copa Libertadores 2021 continues its course and Flamengo host Unión La Calera at the iconic Maracana stadium today in matchday 2 of Group G. The Brazilian side is hoping to improve last year’s finish and to pursue the trophy, while the Chilean team is enjoying the experience of being involved in this tournament. Here, check out the match preview, information, storylines, predictions, odds, and how to watch this soccer game in the US

After taking down the reigning Liga MX champions in their Concacaf Champions League Round of 16 series against Club Leon, Toronto FC didn’t exactly draw an easier matchup in the tournament’s quarterfinals.

Not only do the Reds have another Liga MX foe, they have the team that is currently residing atop the table in the Mexican topflight in Cruz Azul, who are currently riding a stretch of 16 straight unbeaten matches. They might be the hottest team in Concacaf at the moment, something Toronto FC midfielder Marky Delgado said his team is well aware of ahead of Tuesday’s (10 pm ET | FS1, TUDN) quarterfinal opener at Raymond James Stadium.

“Nothing really favors us, but we tell our own story, nobody can do that for us,” Delgado said on a Sunday video call. “We write our own story, we’re the ones who step out on that field and we’re the ones who can control what’s going to happen out there.

We’ve just got to prepare the best we can for what’s to come, do our homework and find solutions, find the answers in how we can be effective, how we can be our best on the day against a good team like Cruz Azul.”

If there’s an MLS team that has both the talent and experience level to give Cruz Azul everything they can handle in a series like this, Toronto FC might just be it.

The Reds have been one of the league’s most successful clubs in CCL in recent years, coming agonizingly close to being the first MLS team to win the modern iteration of the tournament when they lost to Chivas Guadalajara in penalty kicks in the 2018 final. T

also are coming off vanquishing another high-level Liga MX opponent in reigning league champ Club Leon in the Round of 16, a series that Delgado said his team can take certain lessons from and apply to the upcoming matchup.

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“I think [the strategy is] the same for Leon,” Delgado said. “We got a big point in Mexico and then we came home and we battled. We stuck it to them, fought for the whole 90-plus minutes. We didn’t just sit back, we played our style, we came at them, put them under pressure.

We’re going to do the same thing for Cruz Azul. We’re going to battle, we’re going to fight, we’re not going to sit back, we’re going to be out there on top of them. So hopefully we can continue this good run that we have going on and get a result.

“We do that, we get our bodies right, and come game time we have to be effective in every way. We have to be sharp, we have to be ready to go when the whistle goes.”

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