May 30, 2024

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The combination that saves Grêmio from relegation with 43 points

Although the first teams outside the Z4 have 43 points, the Syndicate He still dreams of escaping the Z4 with this score. So, do your part and dry up your direct competitors BahiaYoung and Coyaba.

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If they end up with the same result, the advantage is Grêmio. The three colors won the most games What they did during Brazil 2021 and because of that you will come out on top according to the tiebreaker criteria.

Of course, it is much safer to score 45 points, although that is not 100% guaranteed either. However, if the immortal wins from Corinthians NS Atletico MG, up to this number. As of today, only Curitiba, in 2009, has fallen with a score of 45 points.

The thirty-seventh round matches will be played on Sunday (5) and Monday (6). A lot will be decided and if Grêmio loses to the Corinthians, we can close all accounts because the team will be relegated athletically.

What must happen for Grêmio to escape with 43 points?

Grêmio needs to score 4 points against the Corinthians and Atlético-MG to score 43. If that happens, the team should hope for two of these three combinations:

  • Bahia can’t score more than 3 points against her Fluminense NS succumb to;
  • Young people have to lose Sao Paulo and Corinth.
  • Or Cuiaba lost to Fortaleza and Santos.
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Realize that the team needs two of these three possibilities, in addition to making a turn and adding 4 points. So Bahia, Juventud or Cuiaba, one may not achieve what Gremio expects and the account is still valid.

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