CHILE’S top division kicks off on January 24 and the likelihood is a team from the capital city, Santiago, will emerge as champions come December 2020. Santiago has provided more than 75% of all title winners and remains the hub of Chilean football. Chile will be hoping the league will be able to proceed without disruption for the 2019 campaign was abandoned in November after civil disturbances prevented the programme to play-out its last six stages. Heated street protests, triggered by the government’s decision to raise public transport fares by 3%, raged on for almost two months in Santiago and 27 people lost their lives. Eventually, the league was ended after 24 games and Universidad Católica were declared champions. They had a 13-point lead…