Campeonato de Clausura 2011: Round 13 fixtures

We are rapidly heading to the conclusion of the regular season and as thirteenth round comes around there are a number of crucial games at both ends of the table.

With only five points separating fifth from tenth matches such as Unión Española (9th) versus Ñublense (8th) and Cobresal (7th) versus Universidad Católica (6th) could go a long way to determining where they finish come playoff time. Ñublense for their part are waging battles on two fronts, hoping to cement a playoff position whilst also looking to move out of the second automatic relegation spot where they currently reside.

Universidad de Chile, who bounced back to winning ways last week, will be hoping their winning form continues when they take on a struggling Palestino side whilst second placed Colo Colo takes on Santiago Morning, a side that is currently that is sitting last in the general table and staring automatic relegation in the face. Another crucial encounter is between Universidad de Concepción and Santiago Wanderers, who both sit in the playoff positions, with three points being crucial to both teams’ chances of survival.

Primera Division Campeonato de Clausura 2011, thirteenth round

A. Italiano vs. Iquique (Fri 21:00, Bicentenario La Florida)
U. La Calera vs. O’Higgins (Sat 16:00, Nicolás Chahuán)
U. Concepción vs. S. Wanderers (Sat 18:00, Collao)
La Serena vs. U. San Felipe (Sat 18:00, La Portada)
Palestino vs. U. de Chile (Sat 18:15, Nacional)
U. Española vs. Ñublense (Sat 20:30, Santa Laura)
Cobresal vs. U. Católica (Sun 16:00, El Cobre)
Cobreloa vs. Huachipato (Sun 16:00, Municipal)
Colo Colo vs. S. Morning (Sun 18:30, Monumental)
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