Atlético Grau - Sporting Cristal:
Sporting Cristal here has everything to win.
Celeste coached by Mosquera absolutely must win to continue their title run and chase Melgar, who has a five-point lead.
Sporting Cristal is fifth with 29 points and must try to win all three remaining matches to catch up with Melagar, who is first with 34 points, but must also hope for missteps by their opponents with three rounds to go.
However, there is good news today to beat Atlético Grau in Piura.
Good news for Celeste is that Atlético Grau will have four heavy absences; Jeremy Rostaing (Midfielder 14/0) and Daniel Franco (Defender 14/0) are disqualified, Joel López (Midfielder 15/4) was sent off in previous round, and Paolo De La Haza (Defender 11/0) is injured, he is their captain.
On the contrary, Sporting Cristal will have their best players, Yoshimar Yotún (Midfielder 6/1), only absence, due to a muscular injury, moreover midfielder remains with Celeste, he has decided to renew his contract.
For their part, the locals are in the middle of standings, positioned in 11th place with 18 points.
His position has been gradually declining in recent times due to poor results.
Atlético Grau have lost four of their last five matches, drawing remaining one against a relegation candidate.
For Celeste today it is crucial to win, a defeat could exclude them completely in fight for the title, Atlético Grau is in very bad shape, they have lost four of their last five matches, moreover they will be penalised by serious absences that will influence outcome of the match, Sporting Cristal is much more motivated, let's go with important Celeste's external victory.
Great value here.