Action starts on Saturday with another high profile encounter involving Deportivo Cali and Atletico Nacional, the latter finally playing their first match of the season.
Atletico Nacional beat Cali the last two times they met, and will aim to do so again this time around. But having drawn their first two games of the season, Cali will clearly have different plans as they desperately need the points.
In Saturday’s other game, joint-leaders Santa Fe hope to maintain their perfect record in a home match with Cortulua.
On Sunday, Independiente Medellin look to get their first poitns of the season in a home match with America de Cali, after having lost their only previous game last week. America themselves aren’t much better off with two consecutive draws.
At the same time, defending champions Junior of Barranquilla receive Deportes Tolima, always a dark horse for the Colombian title. Tolima tend to play well in the northern city, having won three of the last four games at Junior.
Later in the afternoon, the other joint leaders Cucuta Deportivo play a home match against La Equidad. Cucuta beat Envigado and Real Cartagena in the previous games and a third win in a row would certainly put them in pole position for weeks to come.
Saturday, July 31
6:20pm Deportivo Cali – Atletico Nacional
8:30pm Santa Fe – Cortulua
Sunday, August 1
3:30pm Medellin – America
3:30pm Huila – Cartagena
3:30pm Boyaca Chico – Envigado
3:30pm Junior – Tolima
3:30pm Quindio – Millonarios
5:45pm Cucuta – La Equidad