That decision was made to allow the finalists a bit of rest before the new season, since – due to Monterrey’s participation in the FIFA Club World Cup – the second leg of the final was played just two weeks before the start of the Clausura.
That little bit of extra rest hasn’t seemed particularly helpful so far; with three games under their respective belts, Monterrey is winless and has earned just a single point, while América has a 1-1-1 record.
They’ll both look to improve those records this week, as América visits Puebla on Tuesday and Monterrey travels to Necaxa on Wednesday.
All times Eastern.
Jornada 1 Rescheduled Matches
Tuesday, February 4
Puebla vs América – 9:30 PM – TuDN / FuboTV
Wednesday, February 5
Necaxa vs Monterrey – 9:30 PM – TuDN / FuboTV